Martin Luther King, Jr.

petey_8.05_430-petey-and-george Petey recounts some of his childhood. Give a listen.

When I was a child growing up in Kentucky, it was segregated. I feel very lucky that my parents were members of a Unitarian Fellowship. Not a church for goodness sakes! The thought of a minister and a church scared those pesky activists.

I owe so much to the kindness and patience of African American folks from my childhood. I will never forget that.

Attending the March on Frankfort was my sister’s idea, and I can never forget that.