From the book jacket of Radical Equations: Math Literacy and Civil Rights: “Bob Moses went to Mississippi in 1961, a young man, drawn by the sit-ins. By 1964, his work […]
“It couldn’t happen again!” As a veteran of the Civil Rights Movement I feel that although there have definitely been gains since my experiences in 1965, we seem to be […]
One of the best parts about being involved in the civil rights community is that I am offered fascinating articles most folks don’t see. Some of them are esoteric, but […]
You Came Here to Die, Didn’t You By Warner M. Montgomery A pretty blonde 18–year–old girl left her disapproving parents in California in June of 1965 to join the Civil […]
June 21st, 2014 is the 50th anniversary of one of the most horrendous murders of the Civil Rights Movement. Read the article on USA Today. Their murder and the March […]
In June of 1965, while canvassing for black voters in Charleston, SC, Sherie met Happiness Dingle. The day she found Happiness she also met Mrs. Gadsden, who didn’t know the […]
I over-filled my plate! For all the events I intended to visit, I managed to make it to 3. Luncheon on Wednesday was a Pictorial History of the Tuskegee Airmen. […]
I have just finished this book and found it mind-blowing for many reason. I hope to blog parts of it. Listen to the interview or read it below. This article […]
Please enjoy the article Sena Christian did on me in the Press Tribune.
After lunch on the bus from Tuskegee we arrive in Montgomery. We have been to two museums, a college tour and a tour of Booker T. Washington’s home so far today. The Southern Poverty Law Center’s Civil Rights Memorial, The Children’s Museum and the Rosa Parks Museum lie ahead this afternoon.