Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German theologian who died at the hands of Hitler in 1945, has been a hero since first being introduced to him by a theology professor and reading his works at Morehouse.

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A mind is a terrible thing to waste

I am grateful and proud of many things, including my selection of a Historic Black College, Morehouse College. I made the determination that I would attend Morehouse College when I was in the 8th grade. My eighth grade homeroom teacher, the late Mr. Charles Sheftall was a graduate of Morehouse.

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God created Africa

One of my young adult dreams was to travel to Africa, our native homeland. Through the support of our congregation, we have participated in four mission trips to Ghana.

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“A mind is a terrible thing to waste”

I am grateful and proud of many things, including my selection of a Historic Black College, Morehouse College. I made the determination that I would attend Morehouse College when I was in the 8th grade. My eighth grade homeroom teacher, the late Mr. Charles Sheftall was a graduate of Morehouse.

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Not A Dream, But A Nightmare

The Black experience in the United States cannot be compared to refugees and others who have come to the United States from other countries seeking the American dream. African Americans did not come through Ellis Island.

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Dealing with Difficult People

Vanessa Van Edwards, a behavioral investigator, suggest four ways of dealing with difficult people. First, most difficult people fall into one of four categories:

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MLK’s 88th Birthday

  Today would have been Martin Luther King, Jr’s eighty-eight birthday. We know his story well. He is viewed as the most celebrated African American leader. His story has been depicted and chronicled in biographies, movies, theses and dissertations, museums, and public spaces, including parks. His papers are available on

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