17 Jan.

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR and ME – REVIEW: Rebellion, 1967 “Keeps the reader’s attention riveted from cover to cover.”

2022-01-17T20:51:34-07:00January 17, 2022|Book Review|

THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW, BOOKWATCH Rebellion, 1967: A Memoir by Janet Luongo- "highly recommended!" Critique from James A, Cox, Editor in Chief: Rebellion, 1967: A Memoir is the true-life story of an artist who rebelled against her Irish family as a teenager, participated in civil rights activism, fell in love with [...]

5 Aug.


2021-09-20T19:04:21-07:00August 5, 2021|Uncategorized|

ARROE COLLINS Interviews Janet Luongo on Release of Rebellion, 1967. Arroe hosts two podcasts. View from the Writing Instrument, and Totally Unplugged and Uncut. The names of his podcasts sounded interesting and the authors I heard him interviewed were topnotch. When he invited me to be on his national podcast [...]

17 Mar.

A Crisis Sparks Awakening

2021-04-16T17:22:02-07:00March 17, 2021|Uncategorized|

In early July, a week after our retirement party, my husband Jim and I were taking our regular hike in the coastal woods of Connecticut when I had to slow down. I felt warm and fatigued. A heat wave thickened the air, and I thought, I guess I can't take [...]

8 Mar.

Eliminating Racism: One person at a time.

2021-03-29T18:54:33-07:00March 8, 2021|Uncategorized|

Photo Caption: Arnela Ten Meer, Amanda Kemp, Sonja Ahuja and Janet Luongo at the Unitarian Church in Westport, 2017. A professional, dignified, wealthy and elderly Black friend revealed that when she entered an upscale shop, clerks followed her. Sonja Ahuja had decades of experience building diversity in corporations and she volunteered [...]

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