Belfast TelegraphUS civil rights leader Jesse Jackson to open Museum of Free Derry ...Belfast TelegraphRev Jesse Jackson will share the honours with Martin McGuinness's son Fiachra at the opening of the Museum of Free Derry.Civil rights icon Rev Jesse Jackson officially opens Museum of Free DerryDerry NowRev Jesse Jackson opens new Museum of Free Derry - BBC NewsBBC Newsall 8 news articles&nbs
Newsworks.orgNJ NAACP: Legalizing marijuana is a civil rights issue — NewsWorksNewsworks.orgMost of those who testified at a New Jersey Senate committee hearing said they support legislation to legalize possession of up to an ounce of marijuana for ...and more »
The Chicago Cusadernaacp condemns weakening of doj civil rights enforcement powersNAACP (press release)BALTIMORE – The NAACP released the following statement after the Justice Department issued guidance to the Civil Rights division to settle cases without ...NAACP: Still Here. Still Relevant. Still Needed | Gary/Chicago ...The Chicago Cusaderall 2 news articles »
The College FixSchool's spring concert pamphlet brings charges of racism, civil rights investigationThe College FixPendergrast said he has asked the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights for help with the investigation, and told a questioner he legally could not discuss any disciplinary actions in the matter. He promised four community meetings annually, in response ...
C-VILLE WeeklyStill relevant? New NAACP president faces charged civil rights landscapeC-VILLE WeeklyJanette Martin took the helm of the Albemarle-Charlottesville NAACP in January at the same time President Donald Trump took office, and her organization, like so many others, is struggling to cope in a new era of American politics that's energized by ...
NAACP ANNOUNCES 108th NATIONAL CONVENTION, 'STEADFAST and IMMOVABLE' COMING TO BALTIMORE ...NAACP (press release)BALTIMORE (June 20, 2017) – The NAACP, America's oldest and largest national civil rights organization, has announced its 108th annual convention, beginning Saturday, July 22nd through Wednesday, July 26th at the Baltimore Convention Center, One W.
Grand Forks HeraldCivil rights activist Jesse Jackson blasts NFL as Kaepernick fails to find jobGrand Forks HeraldRev. Jesse Jackson arrives at the start of the second U.S. presidential town hall debate between Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, ...and more »
In case you haven't noticed, Al Sharpton's been taking a lot of selfies lately ... and it might be because of Donald Trump. We got the the civil rights leader Wednesday in NYC, and asked what a lot of people have been wondering about him lately --…
Waxahachie Daily LightCelebrating Juneteenth: From quilts to homes, Ellis County once proved pivotal for African-Americans seeking freedomWaxahachie Daily LightVarious other memorabilia can be found in the Ellis County African-American Hall of Fame, where African-Americans— and some Caucasians — are recognized for their role in both the slave-era and Civil Rights Movement. In the renovated spa
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I look at my young daughters and nieces and wonder if they are aware of the powerful nubian women in history who blazed a path for them in this world? Do they know about Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954)?Sis. Terrell was an educator, activist and professional lecturer. She was known for for her work as an early civil rights leader, women's rights advocate, founder of National Association of Colored