Archive | black history

New Amazon Review Posted on The Emmett Till Book – “… reads like a thriller.”

tillcover.jpg

I am happy to announce a new Amazon Customer Review on  The Emmett Till Book  (The Amazon edition is in print, only, but The Emmett Till Book is also available for eBook Format at Lulu, Nook, and iBook.)  The Emmett Till Book, by Susan Klopfer (a quick read about an important Mississippi murder)***** ***** ***** 1 of 1 […]

The Sumner, Mississippi courthouse We’re coming upon the 59th anniversary of the murder of Emmett Till. In observation of this event, I’ve put up the entire audio book of Who Killed Emmett Till? for free download. I invite you to click over and take a look at this blogged book. Lots of fascinating history. Let me know […]

Download free mp3 files from Who Killed Emmett Till audio book.

Please drop by http://ebooksfromsusan.com and listen to (and download) free mp3 files from Who Killed Emmett Till? There are four excerpts, the complete prologue and introduction. In the near future, I’ll have this audio book ready for complete free download. ***Follow this blog by email http://feeds.feedburner.com/EmmettTillBlogMurderInTheMississippiDeltaCivilRightsColdCases***** Right now, I am checking this out, making sure the […]

Leutrell Osborne, ‘Black Man in the CIA’ calls for ‘More Cloak and Less Dagger’

cia.jpg

Gary Revel 254 207-0955 JONGLEUR MUSIC PICTURES 1017 N. 3RD STREET TEMPLE, TEXAS 76501 Music/Movies/Books CIA agent offers advice Leutrell Osborne, ‘Black Man in the CIA’ calls for ‘More Cloak and Less Dagger’ Leutrell Mike Osborne, Sr. the author of the “Black Man In The CIA” (BMCIA), said that the recent statements by President Barack […]

Zimmerman Attorney Tries Old Strategy; Blame The Victim (Trayvon Martin)

Attorney tries desperate attempt to sway jury: Trayvon Martin was a “bad kid”. Will this new materials about Trayvon Martin turn a potential jury pool against the victim? If the state tries this case in the way they should, noe of this should be relevant. sk

Civil Rights and the Changing World

How history was made and how it’s being written Aaron Henry, Mississippi Civil Rights leader from Clarksdale who made a difference Recently I ran into an interesting article on the modern civil rights movement that brought important questions to light. The theme was based on a discussion of longtime social and civil rights activist, educator, […]

John Grisham’s New Book Revisits Mississippi; The Land of Emmett Till

NEWS RELEASE (Editor’s Note: This is such good news for avid readers of John Grisham books. It will be hard to wait for this newest novel. Meanwhile, The Plan, is set for June release. More to come. sk) MAY 3, 2013 12:00 PM John Grisham set to release ‘Sycamore Row,’ sequel to ‘A Time to […]