October 19, 2014 By Christina Hamlett Format:Kindle Edition Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they […]
5.0 out of 5 stars A remarkable look at the war for basic American rights, recommended, October 5, 2011 By Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) This review is from: […]
The Interview by Skip Flangan, on BlogTalkRadio – Skip Flangan Live. Audio player below: Interview actually starts around
Book Review: You Came Here to Die, Didn’t You? The Second Freedom Summer A Review by Jo Freeman You Came Here to Die, Didn’t You? Registering Black Voters One Soul at […]
Excerpt from the first chapter of my book – You Came Here to Die, Didn’t You by Sherie Labedis Monday, June 14, 1965, Atlanta, Georgia “You came here to […]
Please enjoy the article Sena Christian did on me in the Press Tribune.
Finding a title for this section is difficult. I was looking something catchy like “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.” But at the end of the trip, I realize that this bus is exactly what I prayed for in 1965 – a psalm to diversity. We are black, white, Chinese, married, and single.
Hello dear friends, I’m alive, home, and sleeping. This is the most tired I can ever remember being – and we were all like me – a bit Zombie-like by […]
The plans for the Civil Rights Travel Course seem as fantastic to me as Cinderella going to the ball. The outline of the class inspires me. But the pieces I want to add are something else – that’s where the fantasy lies. I have contacted a newspaper in Anniston, Alabama, about an interview. I’m waiting for an answer. I have gotten an answer from the Atlanta Constitution Journal. The reporter said that, if the idea were approved, I might get an interview or get to write a column. I am waiting to hear from the Atlanta Inquirer. And I’ve contacted the Clarksdale, Mississippi newspaper. Monday I call them all to see where we are. Bettina, my pr expert, has her list of radio stations, newspapers and television stations in Atlanta and the other cities we will visit. Ever learn to write a press release? I know I hadn’t.
Please enjoy this article from my local paper. Roseville woman pens memoir about registering blacks to vote