On the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, what gets little attention is an unintended consequence of the civil rights movement. The movement so transformed the way we thought about the relationship between blacks and whites that many people became ashamed to admit to having a bias toward blacks.
Leader Anne Klaeysen responds to NY Times article about Humanism in times of crisis.
Dr. Anne Klaeysen
For some of us, the presidential election brought a sigh of relief, not only because the candidate we supported won, but by a big margin as well. It feels good to live in a country that, at least prima facie, seems to share many of your values.
“Sometimes I work 12 hours a day 5 or 6 days a week. I have to do a little of everything, shampoo, vacuum, and car wash. Sometimes we only make $5 or $10 a day in tips.”
Agustin Perez, LMC (Astoria) Carwash worker
“We are afraid to ask for raises for fear that we will be fired. That is a problem.”
Friends and Family met on Sunday to remember Barbara.