Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Our campaign/research travels took us all over the country in the past 20 years, or so, to look at, among a host of things, Black issues. We volunteered at Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, which was the backwater version of Selma/Montgomery. We followed the Voting Rights March route between Selma and Montgomery. We did an “Underground Railroad Tour” from the deep south to Ohio. We lived, for extended periods (and did outreach) in hardscrabble areas of Cleveland and Atlanta looking, first hand, at issues facing Blacks who have been trapped in inter-generational poverty loops. And more… From this exposure, including interviews with a variety of people who have developed models to help, we have crafted a comprehensive “Black Amends” position paper that would go a long way in making things right.