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Take that, Warren Commission!

At this time which marks the 51st anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, let’s reflect on some of the things he said. The following are either direct quotes, or are quotes reportedly said by reputable sources that were there when he said them. They are all quotes from the play Project Unspeakable. The annotated […]

A Word From Monique Desir, Outreach Associate for Project Unspeakable.

RFK’s dream is still alive and more important than ever On a day like today, we may be remembering many things; first dates, cherished holidays or enriching, comical mishaps. People come into this world and unless we hold them dear to us, we tend to forget or overlook the impact they had –and might have […]

A Message from Marlene Buchanan, Project Unspeakable Outreach Associate

Hello, I’m Marlene.  Upon reading this quote from “The New Human Revolution” in my monthly Living Buddhism magazine, I immediately felt that it was some wonderful workings of the universe that led me to Project Unspeakable. My involvement in this excellent and timely project means I am no longer sitting idly by while great lies and even greater […]

Jim Crow’s Return

“There is a database housed in Arkansas with your name in it … that is, if you live in one of the 28 states participating in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program. It’s one of the growing components of an aggressive drive across the U.S. by Republicans to stop many Americans from voting. Investigative journalist […]

“Citizenfour” — Inside story of NSA leak

“At this stage I can offer nothing more than my word. I am a senior government employee in the intelligence community. I hope you understand that contacting you is extremely high risk … This will not be a waste of your time.”  This was the first anonymous email that filmmaker Laura Poitras received from Edward […]

The Power Behind Journalist James Risen’s Story

  In case anyone needs more evidence of the power of US intelligence forces to censor the free press in order to cover up its covert activities, check out the story of James Risen as told on Fresh Air, on October 14, 2014.  Risen won the Pulitzer Prize for Journalism in 2006.  As a veteran […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. with Nobel Peace Prize

50 years ago MLK awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

Oct. 14th, 2014, marked the 50th year anniversary of the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace prize, considered “the world’s most prestigious prize,” for his commitment to peace and racial justice through nonviolent action. Just 35 years old, Dr. King became the youngest male ever to receive the award. Today, […]

Remembering JFK on His Birthday

John F. Kennedy was born Mary 29, 1917. Project Unspeakable Committee members remember JFK and his legacy on what could have been his 97th birthday! Celebrate the life of a man dedicated to change and speak what is unspeakable – upload a photo of yourself with a sign stating what JFK means to you. #ProjectUnspeakable […]

Remembering Maya

Maya Angelou was a wise soul, beloved by Martin and an admirer of Malcolm, and a bright light to us all. Project Unspeakable members have been sharing memories of and quotations by Maya throughout the day, such as her description the first time she met Martin. “Looking at him in my office, alone, was like […]

Power of Imagination

Chris Hedges has written an essay, The Power of Imagination, which gives voice to why we chose to create “Project Unspeakable” as a performance rather than a treatise. “Reason makes possible the calculations, science and technological advances of industrial civilization. But reason does not lift us upward to the heavens. It does not bring us […]