Saturday Apr 12
Queering Cartography and Theology
Earlier this week at the Union Theological Seminary , I sensed that someone in power must have a wicked sense of humor.
Strange Fruit meets Jesus' Crucifixion
The lyrics of "Strange Fruit," the song that turns 75 this year, illustrate in no uncertain terms the truth of white America's historical heathenism: The lyrics of the song, penned by Abel Meeropol, a New York City schoolteacher, had originally been published as a poem under the title "Bitter Fruit" in 1936.
New York Daily News
The full, fierce legacy of Dr. King
Many people know that the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. died on April 4, 1968 - killed by an assassin's bullet in Memphis.
Gehrenback honored for public service
David M. Gehrenbeck of White Bear Township has received the 2014 J. Stanley and Doris Hill Legacy Award for his volunteer service in the White Bear Lake area and elsewhere.
Herald Star Online
Fr. Raymond Ryland
Fr. Ryland was born March 7, 1921, in the small town of Crescent, Oklahoma, the only child of Harry and Dora Cowling Ryland.