Dr. Erin Moore

Learning From Dr. King - CRSJ - Shaw University

Learning from Dr. King

Dr. King led the largest social justice movement this country has ever seen, and he did so for 13 years!  How did he do it?  What were his secrets?  What can we learn from him?

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It’s Not Over

As American citizens, we can’t just leave it up to the politicians we elect to solve our problems.  They are important and vital pieces of the puzzle, and they can help determine the direction of our country moving forward.  But they are not the only ones who hold power.

Thanksgiving & Social Justice - CRSJ

Thanksgiving and Social Justice

We all know the story of the original Thanksgiving – how European colonizers were on the brink of starving until Native Americans provided them with enough food to make it through the winter and eventually taught them how to farm native crops until they could feed themselves.

What to the Slave is the 4th of July? - CRSJ

What to the Slave is the 4th of July?

On this Fourth of July holiday, I thought it fitting to reprint a portion of this notable and timely speech by one of this nation’s greatest Civil Rights champions, Frederick Douglass. Read and contemplate, how much has changed and how little has changed. – Dr. Erin H. Moore