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Back in the day when desktop computers the color of gum drops were all the rage, email was a fascinating phenomenon. My entry into the teenage years was characterized by long winded questionnaires my friends and I sent bounced back and forth. The question which remains highlighted in my memory is "if you could meet anybody, living or dead, who would it be?" While my peers fantasized about sharing space with the then airbrush perfect Hollywood star, my dream dinner guest had captivating, bottomless eyes and timeless wisdom. He breathed conviction and passion into every syllable, inviting imagination for a more temperate cultural climate.
He was Martin Luther King Jr.
These days, I engage in visualizations that posit this emblematic civil rights leader and humanitarian as much more than a beloved dinner guest. I carry his paradigm for equality, inclusion and integrity along with me as I would an accoutrement. I envision his form in miniature, perched casually atop of my shoulder, urging me toward patience in my social justice pursuits. I imagine in what ways he would contextualize the polarized American population within his framework of love. And then, I keep dreaming, just like him.
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Leo L. Langford was born nearly 120 years ago on July 17th 1898... ☆▪☆▪☆▪☆▪☆▪☆ Leo served as Private First Class in The American Expeditionary Forces during World War I... He served overseas from April 18th 1918 until July 13th 1919... P1C Langford was honorably discharged when his unit was demobilized on July 23rd 1919... After he was discharged, Leo was deputy sheriff of Sulphur Springs and later became a motorcycle officer in Pinellas County... Leo L. Langford's life tragically ended when he was struck by an automobile in a head-on collision on November 17th 1924, leaving behind his wife, parents, & 2 siblings... Details of the tragedy were published in The Tampa Times on November 18th 1924: “MOTORCYCLIST IS KILLED BY STRIKING AUTO
Former Tampa Officer Instantly Killed in Collision.
Clearwater Nov. 18---Leo Langford, Pinellas county motorcycle officer, and formerly deputy sheriff at Sulphur Springs, was instantly killed just after dark yesterday when he attempted to pass an automobile driven by Circuit Judge M. A. McMullen, who, with Court Reporter H. R. Williams, was returning to Clearwater after taking testimony in St. Petersburg.
Tried to Pass.
The officer trailed the judge and Mr. Williams all the way from Seminole bridge to within three miles of Largo, when he decided to get ahead of them. This decision was made at the moment another big car bound for St. Petersburg, driven by Louis Duncan, turned out to pass the McMullen car. The motorcyclist crashed head on into the southbound car. Langford was instantly killed, his neck being broken and his legs mangled.
His motorcycle badly damaged the car it struck, crushing the radiator, puncturing two tires, tearing two fenders off and even damaging its top.
Mary Duncan, 10, sister of the driver of the car that struck Langford, sustained two broken ribs and painful scalp wounds in the accident. She was seated in her mother’s lap. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Christie were also in the car. All reside in Dunedin.
Duncan was not arrested, the accident being declared unavoidable.” Leo L. Langford...Proud Veteran of the First World War, Beloved Son & Husband.
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