April 9, 1968: Coretta Scott King is pictured with her daughter, Bernice King, during the funeral of her husband, civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia.
“It brought the nation to its knees, but now that we’ve gotten back up how have things changed; what have we learned?”
16 years later, the nation is still being brought to its knees only to find itself asking the same questions.
May the Victims Never Be Forgotten:
Cassie Bernall Steven Curnow Dylan Klebold Rachel Scott Lauren Townsend Eric Harris Isaiah Shoels Dan Rohrbough John Tomlin Kyle Velasquez Daniel Mauser Corey DePooter Kelly Fleming William Sanders Mathew Kechter
At her being she’s a songwriter, yes - incredible at everything else, but in her being - the most important thing. And 50 years from now when you look back at this moment they’ll go - oh, the Michelangelo of the moment was Taylor Swift.
The Gang Represses Their Sexuality: Dennis, Dee, and Compulsory Heterosexuality in “The Gang Saves the Day”
So this is a post that I’ve been…. threatening to make? For a VERY long time now. And now that I’m finally more or less done with school for the semester, I have the time and energy to sit down and make it!
This will be a very long, dense, and text-heavy/image-heavy post.