Seems we never learn from history, so we are doomed to repeat our mistakes over and over again. The Civil Rights era of the 1960s was a violent time of racial prejudice and hate played out on the streets of the South. Here we are almost forty years later still repeating the prejudice, hate and violence against our fellow men.
Take me back to the sixties
“Blowin’ in the Wind“
“How many ears must one man have
before he can hear people cry?”
Bob Dillon – Blowin in the Wind
Photo: Dwight L. Roth
My preference is Peter, Paul and Mary’s version of the song. Click below to listen…