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When Mississippi Does it Right — Aaron Henry: A Civil Rights Leader of the 20th Century


Aaron Henry, civil rights leader Kudos to the Mississippi Historical Society for the beautiful piece written on civil rights leader, Aaron Henry (by Constance Curry, who with Aaron Henry wrote The Fire Ever Burning. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000.) Aaron Henry’s Fourth Street Drug Store, which opened in 1950 in Clarksdale, became a hub […]

Lets Hope The Help Is Not Just Another Gone With The Wind or Mississippi Burning Historical Failure of a Civil Rights Movie

Media ReleaseContact Susan Klopferhttp://susanklopfer.comGallup, New Mexico 87301 Here’s Hoping The Help Is Not Another Historical Failure of a Movie By Susan Klopfer, civil rights and diversity author/speaker Whore’s Lake, outside of Drew, Miss., where white KKK females reportedly threw bodies of their black murder victims, as late as the early 1960s. Drew is some 40 […]