Monthly Archives: January 2010

Who Will Work for “Health Equality” and Be the Present Day MLK?

In an inspiring segment on, it says, “Martin Luther King Jr., was a father, a husband, a reverend, a civil rights leader, and a resilient man with a clear vision to end segregation in America during the 1950s.  On Monday, January 18, we honor a revolutionary man who courageously […]

Prayers for the People of Haiti

All thoughts and prayers should be focused toward the island of Hispaniola where the tragedy of the earthquake near Port-au-Prince is unfolding.  It is a major catastrophe and the Haitian people need all of our prayers today and in the coming days and weeks and months as they try to […]