I couldn't help revisiting this inspired explanation of equal rights from my middle daughter at age 5 (she's 12 now). Ever wonder what they teach kindergarteners about Martin Luther King, Jr.? Watch this:
Enjoy your freedom, All!
Disclaimer: Content created by the Diabetes Mine team. For more
Written by DiabetesMine | Comics from Community on
Tomorrow is President's Day, and even our glucose meters can are getting in the spirit... Thanks to the talented Brad Slaight, an actor, comedian and fellow type 1 PWD in California who's best known in the D-Community under his alter ego: Me...
"Complications" of diabetes are always a scary prospect for those of us living with the disease. So we're always impressed to find PWDs who have managed to not only cope successfully with complications, but to use their experience to support and i...
HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all today!! We're chilling a bit in the wake of both Christmas and the start of Hanukkah this past weekend (which runs through Dec. 31 this year). This season, our parent company Healthline Media created this quite lovely holi...
Yerachmiel Altman is a longtime type 1 living just southwest of Boston, who was diagnosed at a young age more than 55 years ago. He's been an early adopter of new diabetes technologies over the years -- employing MDI back before that was common, a...
Happy Presidents' Day, America.It's time once again to mark the annual holiday established in 1885 that's meant to honor all who've held that office, past and present. And 2017 is certainly an interesting one, no? The first month of our 45th Pres...
Thanks for sharing.Does Joelle know that the black people had to **earn*** the theesthe right to be treated fairly by getting ALL black people to quit riding the bus. Does she know that theblack people walked to get to work and to church?The few black people drove their cars to help otherblack people get to where they had to be if they could notnot walk. And of course, the flyers. They passedout flyers to make sure ALL black people in the greater Montgomery area knew what was going on.Walk to work. Walk home from work. Walk to grocery store. Walk home from grocery store. Walk to church. Walk home from church.This went on for the better part of a year!The bus company lost half their revenue duringthis period. The white people took notice.Probably not.Maybe when she is older ( inhigh school ? ) she will be able to appreciate howmuch effort would have gone into sustaining thiseffort for a year.
@Adam - she was 5!! Of course, we all understand more nuances as we grow up.