Tag: civil rights movement

Beginning of Journey for Justice

Beginning of Journey for Justice

| December 16, 2014

By Tony Young Civil Rights Committee UAW Local 2209 Special to Frost Illustrated For most Americans the story, of how labor organizations like the UAW were key partners in the Civil Rights movement of the mid-20th century is an unknown piece of trivia. From the UAW’s support of the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, which […]

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Technology and the continuing Civil Rights Movement

Technology and the continuing Civil Rights Movement

| December 12, 2014

By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA)–If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive and dreaming today, his “I Have a Dream” speech might be broadened to include technology equality along with racial parity, according to some civil rights activists. “Dr. King could not have predicted what was next. But, we now see what […]

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Armed resistence little-known fact of US black liberation

| March 20, 2014

While the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the non-violent movement he epitomized is considered the most successful aspect of the Black Liberation Movement in the U.S., fact is not everyone agreed with that approach. Truth is many fought—with arms—to protect themselves, their families, community and their rights. Unfortunately, that story never has been […]

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