I was just telling someone yesterday that for Martin Luther King Day two years ago, our family rode on a Koinoinia float in the Martin Luther King Day parade in Americus, Georgia. Koinoinia was the backwater Selma and Montgomery of the early 1950s. It was on the Koinoinia Farm that Blacks and Whites lived and worked together in community, with Blacks receiving equal pay, etc. This was unheard of at the time in the segregated South. And the farm became a lightening rod for protests, boycotts and violence. Yet Clarence Jordan, the Koinoinia Community founder, wouldn’t back down. Shortly after, I told the Montgomery (AL) News that it will take the same kind of vision, courage and sacrifice to help free people now from the “slavery” of inner city and rural poverty in this country and throughout the world. Note: We are just readying for another series of campaign tours. And we are trying to raise donations: Schriner Presidential Election Committee, 2100 W. 38th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. Thanks.