The 1960’s – The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

This page is a continuation of the page: The 1960’s – From Civil Rights to Black Power, which can be found here:   http://www.blackpolitics.org/the-1960s/     Below, you will find reference links for: The 1960s Civil Rights leaders, Fannie Lou Hamer Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Congress of Racial Equality and the Sit-ins of the 1960s, SNCC and the Civil Rights Movement, The Civil Rights Movement, The Freedom Rides, The sit-in Movement of the 1960s.You can connect to resources to further explore key individuals like Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., A Phillip Randolph, Bayard Rustin, Julian Bond, John Lewis, James Foreman, James Farmer, Medgar Evers, and many more.

Documentary Films – African American Studies Research … http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/content.php?pid=63292 According to CORE founder James Farmer, “Roosevelt could not take the chance that 25,000 people would be protesting in Washington when he was calling the U.S. the arsenal of democracy. … Adam Clayton Powell / 1989. 55 minutes Streaming video from Filmakers Library. : A film by Richard Kilberg. Narrated by Julian Bond. This is a compelling portrait of the legendary African American leader, Adam Clayton Powell as well as a fascinating look at the beginning of modern black …

 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee – Wikipedia, the free … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Student_Nonviolent_Coordinating_Committee —Julian Bond … As early as 1965, organization leader James Forman said he did not know “how much … The second chairman was Charles F. McDew, who served as the chairman from 1961 to 1963, when he was succeeded by John Lewis. …… Evers · Medgar Evers · Myrlie Evers-Williams · Chuck Fager · James Farmer … Julian Bond – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_Bond Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and … Lay Bare the Heart: An Autobiography of the Civil Rights Movement James Farmer, published 2013, 370 pages Issues in Black history: reflections and commentaries on the Black … Melvin Drimmer, published 1987, 308 pages The Martin Luther King, Jr., Encyclopedia unknown, published 2008, 404 pages This Little Light of Mine: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer Kay Mills, published 1994, 390 pages Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895: From the Colonial … unknown, published 2006, 1560 pages For Colored Girls who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf Ntozake Shange, published 2010, 112 pages An Army of Lions: The Civil Rights Struggle Before the NAACP Shawn Leigh Alexander, published 2011, 408 pages The Making of Black Revolutionaries James Forman, published 1972, 568 pages Why We Can’t Wait Martin Luther King (Jr.), published 2000, 166 pages A. Philip Randolph: The Religious Journey of an African American Labor Leader Cynthia Taylor, published 2006, 291 pages

Among the  topics, prominent leaders and organizations of the Civil Rights Movement  which should be explored are:  Fannie Lou Hamer, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Congress of Racial Equality, the sit-ins of the 1960s, SNCC and the civil rights movement, the civil rights movement, the freedom rides, the sit-in movement of the 1960s, the 1960s civil rights leaders, the Montgomery Improvement Association, the NAACP, Montgomery Bus Boycott, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Ralph  Abernathy, Ella Baker Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Rev Jesse Jackson, Fred Shuttlesworth, Wyatt T Walker, The Albany Movement

Who Was Ralph Abernathy? | Rhapsody in Books Weblog http://rhapsodyinbooks.wordpress.com/ In 1954 King moved to Montgomery to assume the pastorate of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, and Abernathy and his wife Juanita became close to King and his wife Coretta. … The next day, E. D. Nixon, a local NAACP leader, called Abernathy to seek his help in rallying support for a bus boycott. … On December 5, Abernathy became program chairman of the newly organized Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) —and King was elected the MIA’s president.

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their work proved intractable, the DCVL turned to Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, who eventually brought many prominent

27 Black Women Activists Everyone Should Know – For Harriet http://www.forharriet.com/ In 1957, Baker moved to Atlanta to help organize Martin Luther King’s new organization, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). She also ran a voter registration campaign called the Crusade for Citizenship.

 Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the SCLC http://thetatteredrose.wordpress.com/ Still, we learn that as the son of “a strict disciplinarian” and Southern Baptist Preacher, King had a “long personal heritage in…the black church” (32). Yet, despite … Garrow’s first chapter chronicles how King was thrust into the movement after completing his dissertation while pastoring at Dexter Avenue Church in Montgomery. King would emerge as the unlikely president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, partly due to his status as a “newcomer.” Recalling … Hot Essays: Essay on Rosa Parks http://hotessays.blogspot.com/ This largely forgotten boycott in civil rights history was an important event that preceded the 1955 Montgomery boycott that would bring Rosa parks international recognition. Rosa said, ” I had heard stories … There was a public meeting at Dexter Avenue Baptist church, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was the pastor. The Montgomery … The Southern Christian Leadership Council established an annual Rosa Parks Freedom Award in her honor. After the death of her … Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the SCLC http://thetatteredrose.wordpress.com/ Still, we learn that as the son of “a strict disciplinarian” and Southern Baptist Preacher, King had a “long personal heritage in…the black church” (32). Yet, despite … Garrow’s first chapter chronicles how King was thrust into the movement after completing his dissertation while pastoring at Dexter Avenue Church in Montgomery. King would emerge as the unlikely president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, partly due to his status as a “newcomer.” Recalling … Rosa Parks Would’ve Been 101 Years Old Today … http://chocolatevent.com/ Nixon, Parks, and other NAACP leaders had frequently talked about challenging Montgomery’s segregated bus system and the bus drivers’ abusive treatment of black riders. … Some refused, but many others — including the newly arrived 26-year-old minister at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Martin Luther King, Jr. — agreed. … The ministers differed over whether to call off the boycott after one day, but agreed to put the question up to a vote at a mass meeting. Diane McWhorter, Carry Me Home section on Bus Boycott http://usapetal.net/wpmu/crm-wiki/ On the cold, overcast afternoon of December 1, a black woman had been riding the bus home from her $23-a-week job in alterations at the Montgomery Fair department store when the driver–J. Fred Blake, of Equality …. Still in his twenties, languid and pampered-looking, he seemed a good fit for snooty Dexter Avenue Baptist, in the shadow of the state capitol–“a big nigger’s church,” said King’s father, who had worked his way up from sharecropper’s son to pastor of … Coretta Scott King | OUPblog http://blog.oup.com/oupblog/ In 1954, the year Coretta Scott King graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music, her husband accepted the pastorate of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The young couple could not have … up her seat on a city bus in Montgomery. Her arrest changed the course of southern history, for it united and mobilized Montgomery’s black community under Martin Luther King’s leadership in a mass boycott of the city’s segregated bus system. African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68) squeeze” by the White Citizens’ Councils. The Montgomery Improvement Association—created to lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott managed to keep the boycott going Montgomery Bus Boycott – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montgomery_Bus_Boycott The Montgomery Bus Boycott, a seminal event in the U.S. civil rights …. lead the boycott to the city (they selected the “Montgomery Improvement Association“, ” MIA”), … guest at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church only four days before Parks’s arrest. ….. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Militant Nonviolence: A Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr … http://www.libertarianism.org/ Eight months later, he was in Harlem’s Blumstein’s department store, promoting his book Stride Toward Freedom, the story of the Montgomery bus boycott, when a deranged black woman pulled out a seven-inch letter opener and plunged it into his … Ebony magazine rated Dr. King “the No. 1 Negro leader of men.” He helped form the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), an Atlanta-based organization whose primary mission was to register black voters. The Bus Boycott Sparks a Movement | The Martin Luther King Jr … http://www.thekingcenter.org/bus-boycott-sparks-movement The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change. … The Bus Boycott Sparks a Movement … 449 Auburn Avenue, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30312 Encyclopedia of Political Communication unknown, published 2007, 1104 pages The Jim Crow Encyclopedia unknown, published 2008, 952 pages   mlk-arrested-booking-19581 Martin Luther King – leading the fight for civil rights … http://thecuriousastronomer.wordpress.com/ He had become pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. … In a meeting within days of Rosa Parks’ arrest, an organisation called the Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) was formed, and Nixon saw to it that the charismatic 27-year old King was appointed the leader of the movement … In 1957, together with most of the prominent civil rights activists of the day, King co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). Militant Nonviolence: A Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr … http://www.libertarianism.org/ Eight months later, he was in Harlem’s Blumstein’s department store, promoting his book Stride Toward Freedom, the story of the Montgomery bus boycott, when a deranged black woman pulled out a seven-inch letter opener and plunged it into his … Ebony magazine rated Dr. King “the No. 1 Negro leader of men.” He helped form the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), an Atlanta-based organization whose primary mission was to register black voters. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr | Franciscan Icons by Robert Lentz http://robertlentzartwork.wordpress.com/ Rejecting offers for academic positions, King decided while completing his Ph. D. requirements to return to the South and accepted the pastorate of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. On December 5, 1955, five days after … In 1957, seeking to build upon the success of the Montgomery boycott movement, King and other southern black ministers founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). As SCLC’s president, King … Remembering the Man who had a Dream … http://ayodejijeremiah.wordpress.com/ The symbolic leader of American blacks, youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate, keynote speaker at the March on Washington and prime mover of the Montgomery bus boycott was thrown into the spotlight at the young age … King accepted the pastorate of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama in 1954 and here he made his first mark on the civil rights movement by mobilising the black community during the 382-day boycott of the city’s bus lines. Martin Luther King Was a Radical, Not a Saint | COPA http://politicalassassinations.com/ When King moved to Montgomery to take his first pulpit at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, he was full of ideas but had no practical experience in politics or activism. But history … While participating in these protests, King also sought to keep the fractious civil rights movement together, despite the rivalries among the NAACP, the Urban League, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and SCLC. Between … Martin Luther King Jr. – A Biographical Sketch … http://civilrightsleader.com/ He was the pastor of Dexter Avenue from September 1954 to November 1959, when he resigned to move to Atlanta to direct the activities of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. … He was elected president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, the organization which was responsible for the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott from 1955 to 1956 (381 days). He was … Listed in Who’s Who in America, 1957. the Spingarn Medal from NAACP, 1957. Montgomery Bus Boycott – Black History – HISTORY.com http://www.history.com/topics Find out more about the history of Montgomery Bus Boycott, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com.  

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http://www.ondeckvideo.com An interesting clip about the civil rights movement during the 60’s. Busing, Segregation, Sit-ins and Arrests The Civil Rights Mov…

 Birmingham campaign The Birmingham campaign was a movement organized in early 1963 by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) to bring attention to the integration Selma to Montgomery marches their work proved intractable, the DCVL turned to Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, who eventually brought many prominent Albany Movement and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) became involved in assisting the Albany Movement with protests against racial-segregation. The Albany African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68) squeeze” by the White Citizens’ Councils. The Montgomery Improvement Association—created to lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott managed to keep the boycott going Fred Shuttlesworth pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham in 1953 and was Membership Chairman of the Alabama state chapter of the NAACP in 1956, when the State of  

Martin Luther King Jr - Civil Rights Movement for African-Americans  in the 1960'sMartin Luther King Jr – Civil Rights Movement for African-Americans in the 1960’s The civil rights movement in 1959 and 1960: sit-ins, marches, boycotts and rallies in Montgomery, Ala., Brooklyn, N.Y., and Washington, D.C. The protests in …

  The Sit-In Movement [ushistory.org] – US History http://www.ushistory.org/us/54d.asp The civil rights sit-in was born. … included Stokely Carmichael and Fannie Lou Hamer. The Congress on Racial Equality … marches, freedom rides, and sit-ins. Ch.14, The Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1975 flashcards | Quizlet http://quizlet.com/11036667/ch14-the-civil-rights-movement-1945-1975-flash-cards/ … white civil rights advocates in the 1960s. Sponsored by the Congress of Racial Equality, freedom rides in the South … Fannie Lou Hamer. Civil rights activist … Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee – Wikipedia, the … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Student_Nonviolent_Coordinating_Committee … was an organization that came to prominence during the American civil rights movement of the 1960s. … Fannie Lou Hamer, … sit-ins and the Freedom RidesSit-in – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sit-in 2.1 Civil rights movement; … and the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) conducted sit-ins as early as the … Nashville sit-ins; Boynton v. Virginia; Freedom Rides

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  US History B: Civil Rights Movement and the Kennedy and … http://quizlet.com/22527650/us-history-b-civil-rights-movement-and-the-kennedy-and-johnson-years-flash-cards/ … Civil Rights Movement and the … Sponsored by the Congress of Racial Equality, freedom rides in the South … Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977) bacame a SNCCCivil Rights Movement – 2 — Encyclopedia Britannica http://www.britannica.com/topic-browse/History/Modern-World/Civil-Rights-Movement/2 Home / History / Modern World / Civil Rights Movement; Civil Rights Movement. Mass protest movement against racial segregation and discrimination in the southern …

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Major events of the Civil Rights MovementMajor events of the Civil Rights Movement Check out mrdickey.net Brief introduction to some of the most famous and important people and events of the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950’s-1960’s.

  Portraits of civil rights pioneers – USA Today http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/02/06/civil-rights-pioneers/5265349/ Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977) Fannie … 1961 during the Freedom Rides and went to work for SNCC full time … questioned the civil rights movement’sColours of Life…: The Civil Rights Movement in the US http://rkadiyan.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-civil-rights-movement-in-us.html … achieve racial equality. The civil rights movement was … Black Freedom Movement, theFannie Lou Hamer. These civil rightsLearn about Nashville’s role in the civil rights movement http://archive.tennessean.com/civil-rights/ Stories of Nashvillians who inspired the civil rights movement 50 … and the sit-ins as a … counter but came back to join the Freedom RidesCivil Rights – A few of our favorite things – HistoryWired http://historywired.si.edu/detail.cfm?ID=291 The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE, 1941) endorsed nonviolence and attacked racial discrimination by means of sit-ins and freedom rides. People Get Ready – Music and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s – … http://www.gilderlehrman.org/node/11503 These singers, like their counterparts, the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Freedom Singers, helped to spread the word of the movement far beyond the South through concert tours and recordings that included traditional black spirituals and folk songs as well as newly created freedom songs. The African American Experience – ABC-CLIO http://testaae.greenwood.com/doc_print.aspx?fileID=GR9838&chapterID=GR9838-3783&path=books/greenwood The Civil Rights Movement. … Also important are Congress of Racial Equality … examines the Freedom Rides and the Nashville sit-ins from the perspective of a … Veterans of the Civil Rights MovementSNCC, Fifty Years Later http://crmvet.org/comm/sncc50mw.htm … giving birth to the sit-in movement, the formation of SNCC, … Freedom Rides testing … in the Civil Rights Movement. When the first sit-ins began … Colours of Life…: The Civil Rights Movement in the US http://rkadiyan.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-civil-rights-movement-in-us.html … achieve racial equality. The civil rights movement was … Black Freedom Movement, theFannie Lou Hamer. These civil rights

Civil Rights Movement US History Music VideoCivil Rights Movement US History Music Video The music video of The Civil Rights Movement featuring the song “A Change Is Gonna Come” by Sam Cooke.

 

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Freedom Songs The Music of the Civil Rights Movement -  Marvin Gaye, The Staple SingersFreedom Songs The Music of the Civil Rights Movement – Marvin Gaye, The Staple Singers From the PBS membership drive; wonderful vintage footage and music from Marvin Gaye, The Staple Singers, The Blind Boys of Alabama – with discussion and anal…

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Civil Rights: The Music and the MovementCivil Rights: The Music and the Movement Dr. Milmon Harrison, African American and African Studies, and singer Mavis Staples consider the role of music in the 1960s Civil Rights movement. Series: Mo…

  The Freedom Award | National Civil Rights Museum http://civilrightsmuseum.org/freedom-award/ His other contributions to the Movement include leadership roles in the 1961 Freedom Rides, the 1965 Selma Movement, the … Civil Rights MovementFannie Lou Hamer. HOW WOMEN ADVANCED THE CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT http://www.dlt.ncssm.edu/lmtm/docs/civilrights/Script.doc … becoming more involved in the Freedom Rides. … Fannie Lou Hamer, … standard of equality and the Civil Rights movement while perhaps not achieving … Freedom Singers – Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_Singers Cordell Reagon, one of the field secretaries of SNCC, was the founding member of the Freedom Singers SNCC planned and funded the Freedom Singers’ tours and paid the members ten to twenty dollars a week to work as field secretaries for the movement.

U.S. History - 1950s, 1960s, Civil Rights, Vietnam, Politics, Protest Part 1U.S. History – 1950s, 1960s, Civil Rights, Vietnam, Politics, Protest Part 1 A visual summary of two and a half tumultuous decades in US History.

 

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  Ella Baker – Wikipedia http://en2.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Baker Baker saw the potential for a special type of leadership within the sit in leaders not yet prominent in the movement that could revitalize the Black Freedom Movement and take it in a new direction. Rev. James Bevel – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rev._James_Bevel Prior to his time with SCLC, Bevel worked in the Nashville Student Movement, where he participated in the 1960 Nashville Lunch-Counter Sit-Ins, directed the 1961 Open Theater Movement, chose the riders for the 1961 Nashville Student Movement continuation of the Freedom Rides, and initiated and directed the Mississippi … Freedom Singers – Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_Singers Cordell Reagon, one of the field secretaries of SNCC, was the founding member of the Freedom Singers SNCC planned and funded the Freedom Singers’ tours and paid the members ten to twenty dollars a week to work as field secretaries for the movement.  

2008 Lillian Smith Book Award Ceremony, Part 42008 Lillian Smith Book Award Ceremony, Part 4 The first presentation was by Joseph Crespino, author of In Search of Another Country: Mississippi and the Conservative Counterrevolution. “In the 1960s, Mis…

  African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68) “American Civil Rights Movement” redirects here. For the earlier period, see African-American Civil Rights Movement (1896–1954). “Civil rights movement” redirects   Civil Rights Act of 1957 passed by Congress in the United States since the 1866 and 1875 Acts. The Civil Rights Act of 1957 was also Congress‘s show of support for the Supreme Court’s This non-violent stuff’ll get you killed | A communist at large http://convincingreasons.wordpress.com/ This book, published earlier this year, sets out to correct the one-sided view of the place of ‘non-violence’ in the conventional account of the great US Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. …. a successful tactic in protests aimed at forcing the desegregation of public facilities and transportation; many of the volunteers were veterans of the lunch-counter sit-ins in Greensboro, North Carolina and elsewhere, and the Freedom Rides across the southern states. The Sit-In Movement [ushistory.org] http://www.ushistory.org/us/54d.asp Early leaders included Stokely Carmichael and Fannie Lou Hamer. The Congress on Racial Equality (CORE) was a northern group of students led by James … SNCC: The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the SNCC Photographs … Danny Lyon, Corcoran Gallery of Art, published 1994, 8 pages Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee – Wikipedia, the … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Student_Nonviolent_Coordinating_Committee … was an organization that came to prominence during the American civil rights movement of the 1960s. … Fannie Lou Hamer, … sit-ins and the Freedom RidesAFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP AND MASS – Stanford University https://web.stanford.edu/~ccarson/articles/black_scholar.htm Modern African-American history focuses more on nationally-prominent … Civil rights protest movements of the 1950s and early 1960s and the urban … 1960, the SCLC, NAACP, and the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) were … Student militants, many of them veterans of the sitins, then took over the freedom rides.

The 1960's civil rights movement and The Civil WarThe 1960’s civil rights movement and The Civil War http://www.mslaw.edu The parallels between the civil rights movement of the 1960’s and the events and issues of the Civil War has forced historians to revise…

 

The 1960's civil rights movement and The Civil WarThe 1960’s civil rights movement and The Civil War http://www.mslaw.edu The parallels between the civil rights movement of the 1960’s and the events and issues of the Civil War has forced historians to revise…

  Freedom Movement Bibliography – Civil Rights Movement Veterans http://www.crmvet.org/biblio.htm For high school and college teachers in history, education, race, sociology, … History of the struggle from slavery times to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. … Southern Christian Leadership Conference to the Assassination of Malcom X … SitIns and Freedom Rides: The Power of Nonviolent Resistance, by Jake Miller.  

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  James Farmer – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Farmer For other people named James Farmer, see James Farmer (disambiguation). …. ( The press also used the term “Big Four”, ignoring John Lewis and Dorothy … Civil Rights Oral History Bibliography – Interview list B http://www.usm.edu/crdp/html/interviews/b-info.shtml Feb 3, 2001 Interviewed by James Jordan on June 5, 1975 … sit-in; lynchings; Mack Frank Parker; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Delta; ….. Miss.; James Bevel; James Farmer; James Forman; John Lewis; …. Bond, Julian, civil rights leader. Biographies of Famous African Americans | FactMonster.com http://www.factmonster.com/spot/bhmbios1.html Aaliyah–Ewing |; Farmer–Innis |; Jackson–Ludacris |; Mac–Puckett |; Rabb– Swoopes |; Tanner–Van Der Zee. F. James Farmer · Louis Farrakhan · Cecil Fielder … King Institute Encyclopedia http://mlk-kpp01.stanford.edu/index.php/encyclopedia/encyclopedia_contents Bevel, James Luther (1936-2008) · Beyond Vietnam (4 … Bond, Julian (1940- ) · Borders, William … Cotton, Dorothy Foreman (1930- ) · Council of … Evers, Medgar (1925-1963). F. Farmer, James (1920-1999) …. Lewis, John (1940- ) · Lewis … People A-Z – the Civil Rights Digital Library http://crdl.usg.edu/people/ Jul 12, 2014 … Allison, Robert J., 1934- · Allister, Anya · Almond, J. Lindsay (James Lindsay), 1898-1986 · Alston, Ethel Thorpe, 1916- · Alston, Floyd, 1933- … Fannie Lou Hamer | Video | C-SPAN.org http://www.c-span.org/video/%3Fc4184873/fannie-lou-hamer Dec 4, 2012 John Lewis, current Congressman from Georgia; Julian Bond, former … and host of a television show; and Charles Evers — it goes on and on. Black Heritage Board Game Section 4 – Florida Education Fund http://fefonline.org/coe/GameSection4.PDF John Mercer Langston. 6. … Muhammad Ali defeated George Foreman in what country to win the heavyweight … Reginald F. Lewis … Whoopi Goldberg played the wife of the slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers in what …. Why was Julian Bond denied his seat in the Georgia House of Representatives? … James Farmer . Civil Rights History Project collection – Library of Congress http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/eadafc.af013005.3 Jul 18, 2014 The oral histories were conducted by historians Julian Bond,. Taylor Branch, David P. Cline, Emilye Crosby, John Dittmer, Will Griffin, …. Moore, William Lewis, 1927-1963. … Perry, Matthew J. (Matthew James), 1921-2011, interviewee. …… in Natchez, Mississippi, and the murder and trial of Medgar Evers. A People’s History of the United States, 1492-Present, by Howard Zinn http://www.american-buddha.com/lit.zinn.peoplehistory.ind.htm Adams, Henry, 258-59. Adams, John, 67, 68, 70, 77, 100, 109, 110 …. Bond, Julian, 485, 621. Bonner … Cass, Lewis, 13 1-32, 134. Catholic Church …. Evers, Medgar, 538 … Farmer, James, 464. FarmersForeman, Grant, 147–48. Forsberg … Fannie Lou Hamer | Video | C-SPAN.org http://www.c-span.org/video/%3Fc4184873/fannie-lou-hamer Dec 4, 2012 John Lewis, current Congressman from Georgia; Julian Bond, former … and host of a television show; and Charles Evers — it goes on and on. Clipping Files: Biographical – Denver Public Library https://history.denverlibrary.org/sites/history/files/BCAARL_clippingfiles_bio.pdf Atkins, James A., Denver civil rights leader, author and humanitarian. Atrice … Bailey, John, Candidate for Denver City Council. Bailey …. Bond, J. Max, Jr., One of a few Black architects of national prominence ….. Danielson, Tom Favorite Son at Fort Lewis College …. Evers, Medgar, Civil rights activist murdered in 1963.