It seems like just yesterday that we as a nation were fighting against the social ills that plagued us. Racism had embedded itself inside the very infrastructure of our union. 874 more words
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Carolyn Long Banks: faith, Civil Rights, and Rich’s.
By Katie Hambrick
Carolyn Long Banks is one of the coolest narratives I have researched thus far. Weirdly enough, I could barely find any information on her through Civil Rights Movement resources. 637 more words
So last post I gave a brief history of the Atlanta Boycotts. There are a lot of variables that were involved in these sit-ins. Today I’m going to mainly talk about the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committees that was founded in 1960 from Shaw University. 752 more words
The Mercantile Library’s graphic novel reading group on Saturday, October 8, to discuss March. The black and white graphic novel trilogy about the U.S. Civil Rights Movement is told through the perspective of civil rights leader and U.S. 54 more words
If God gave you five minutes to live by, what would you do in those last moments. Would you try to fulfill any dream that you have always wanted to complete? 300 more words