Born To Be Miserable

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Kan I? Yes - you certainly Kan by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

Louisville, Kentucky has always been an interesting place.  It still is.

The last time I was in Louisville, Kentucky with my fiance we did not stay at The Galt House Hotel, The Seelbach Hotel, or The Hyatt Regency but spent part of our time there in local shelters, part of our time there at The Economy Inn and part of our time there sleeping on the front and back porches of Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral, 421 South 2nd Street, Louisville , Kentucky 43204 which is also the address of the Episcopal Diocese, with a group of blacks creating social policy issue that had to do with the church.

That congregation, and the group outside were both interesting in their own, tone against tome ways.  The blacks were on the front porch because they were evicted from their homes during the last strike and had nowhere else to go.  That church, a beautiful church which showcased a Classical music orchestra when we attended, was classically white, with one token back in the entire congregation, a black man who stood in the corner and rarely and barely interacted with the others, yet was there, in the classical style and set up of the Ku Klux Klan a- now recognized as such.  The Klan has the right to exist in Ohio, and elsewhere, and also has the right to be racial separatists, as do certain groups of blacks.   Separatists as they are, they are still not heartless. be continued.....

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