Brown v. Board of Education is "still being decided every single day," she tells high school graduates in Kansas. Addressing prejudice »
On May 9, 1933, Helen Keller wrote a letter to the students in Germany who planned on burning all books deemed "un-German," including Keller's own work, "How I Became a Socialist." In her letter, she wrote: "History has taught you nothing if you think you can kill ideas. Tyrants have tried to do that often before, and the ideas have risen up in their might and destroyed them. . . . Do not imagine that your barbarities to the Jews are unknown here. . ." Read the full letter here:http://slate.me/1owWesP Read more about Keller's activism that is censored from children's books in "Who Stole Helen Keller?" by Ruth Shagoury here:http://bit.ly/1owTegj
Freudian Slip, Governor?
used to see him waving from his assortment of different sized yachts all named Wyntje,saw him twice while sailing,once
,,in Martha's Vineyard,and the Caribbean,it's been a long time now...
What a great shot of Cronkite.
I wonder what he'd say today about the corporate takeover of the media in America.
SECOND THAT EMOTION