Friday, October 28, 2005

In Memorium - Rosa Parks

Sorry for the gap in posts folks, but the scribe was on the highway doing some jour-na-lism. He was also particularly excited about the Chicago White Sox post and wanted to be sure you all read it. Here's something that was supposed to go up a few days ago:

People, today, even though the nation is not segregated, could help other people and be treating people as they should be treated. And, people should not have prejudiced attitudes. Prejudice is the worst thing you can have against another person – regardless of race or creed. Rosa Parks, 1997

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