Tag: civil rights
I have a tattoo. I have more than one, but I have one in particular. The tattoo depicts scales that are balanced between an olive tree and a foreboding cityscape. Leading up to the scales, and disappearing into a vanishing point, a road winds its way into the horizon. People […]
Sobering “Green Book” Reminds us of Where We’ve come Since Civil Rights… And Where we still need to go.
Gawker Media auto blog Jalopnik had a fairly sobering post up, in remembrance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, that described “The Green Book”, a publication that ceased publishing in 1964 with the Civil Rights Act. The book was created to assist black travelers, by listing businesses and establishments around […]