As I turned to go to first class, I said to myself, “I bet he wanted to sit next to his father.” As I got myself situated, in my first class seat, I begin to struggle emotionally and I didn’t know why. I should have been happy, but I wasn’t.
By Eric D. Hackley Click here to read the transcript Brother Rose the Home Repair Contractor discusses the liberating potential of the “Justice or Else” Movement. He discusses the ways we were brainwashed and the eradication of “slave mentality.” He also discusses the involvement of the Whites, Indians, Mexicans and others. Brother Rose and I […]
Video by Eric Hackley Fort Wayne Activist/Educator and Lady Leader Nicole King shares the very personal side of the “Justice or Else” Washington, DC March and why she not only had to attend, but why she took her children.