Archive | 1964 civil rights act

JFK Assassination Author, John Beviliqua, Thanks Colleagues For Research Efforts

John Bevilaqua, authorJFK – The Final Solution (Red Scares, White Power and Blue Death) Let’s hear it for the proverbial ‘Bull in the China Shop’, yours truly, without whose persistence, this entire JFK Conundrum could have gone on for yet another 50 years. And let us thank John Simkin for opening up this thread again […]

48th Annual Mississippi Civil Rights Martyrs Memorial Service

For Immediate Release June 7, 2012 John Steele, Chairman or (925) 497-9868.                                                                                                                                         The 48th Annual Mississippi Civil Rights Martyrs Memorial Service, Conference, Caravan and March for Justice June 22, 23, and 24, 2012 Still standing for justice for Civil Rights Martyrs! Compared to the number of […]

The Injustice Files; Lynching Topic Featured on upcoming installment

Keith A. BeauchampExecutive Producer/Host Mr. Beauchamp ‘The Injustice Files’ Investigation Discovery I write today to ask your support for my upcoming installment of ‘The Injustice Files: At The End Of A Rope.’ The 2 Hour Special Airs next Tuesday, Feb. 21st. @ 8 P.M. EST – 7 P.M. CST on Investigation Discovery and I hope […]

Freedom Groups Sets Underground Railroad Tour; Chicago to Cincinnati

Released by Mia HenryFreedom Lifted, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Travel Tour Set for March 30 – 31, We are pleased to announce a new weekend tour from Chicago to Cincinnati to visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. In addition to a tour of this incredible national treasure, participants will visit the home […]

Special Civil Rights Program set for Monday on Celebrating Truth

Media ReleaseDr. E. Faye Williams Dr. E. Faye Williams, HostPresents “CELEBRATING TRUTH” www.artistfirst.comMonday, August 22nd, 2011 at 6PM-EST Special Guests: Mr. Derrick Johnson – State President for the Mississippi Conference of the NAACP; Ms. Rose Sanders (Faya Rose) – Selma, Alabama Attorney, Civil and Education Rights Activist; Ms. Jannette Lee – Georgia Civil Rights Activists […]

DOJ Takes on Tucson Unified School District in Arizona; Civil Rights News

Department of Justice Office of Public AffairsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, August 1, 2011 Justice Department Settles Employment Discrimination Lawsuit Against the Tucson Unified School District in Arizona WASHINGTON – The Department of Justice announced today that it has entered into a consent decree with the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) that, if approved by the […]

‘Refuse to Serve’ Signs a ‘Stupid Way to Do Business,’ Diversity eBook Author Warns

(Gallup, NM) — Any retailer that posts a sign announcing they “reserve the right to do business with anyone for any reason,” might consider some business advice given by the author of a new, multicultural business eBook: “That’s a pretty stupid way to get new customers!” Susan Klopfer, author of Cash In On Diversity, says […]

TV Series Tries to Revive Civil Rights Cold Cases; Keith Beauchamp, Emmett Till Documentarian, Leads the Charge

Susan Klopfer, authorWho Killed Emmett Till? On Feb. 27, 1967, Wharlest Jackson, a father of five and the treasurer of the Natchez, Miss., branch of the N.A.A.C.P., was killed by a car bomb, making him just one of dozens of victims of racial violence during the civil rights era. To add an element of horror, […]

“Emmett Till – Forensic scientists on the case that sparked America’s Civil Rights Movement”

American Academy of Forensic SciencesFor more information visit Forensic Elite to Converge in Chicago at 63rd Annual Scientific MeetingCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 63rd annual scientific meeting will take place February 21-26, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Chicago. Themed “Relevant, Reliable and […]

Civil Rights Author Speaks Out on FBI Investigation of Civil Rights Martyrs Murders; Medgar Evers Murder Investigation Reopens?

Civil rights author, Susan Klopfer (Where Rebels Roost; Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited, 2005 ) said she is not “at all surprised” the FBI is taking a second look at the murder of Mississippi NAACP leader Medgar Evers. Killed in the summer of 1963 in the driveway of his Jackson, Mississippi home, “Evers was a beloved man […]