Archive | John Salter Jr.

From the Land of Emmett Till: Cleveland Donald Jr. Dies; was critical to the Jackson Movement

Just Received this e-mail from Hunter Bear (John Gray – John R. Salter)FEBRUARY 2, 2012 The news of Cleveland Donald, Jr.’s passing comes as a stunning and extremely heavy shock to myself and Eldri. We have corresponded very regularly with Cleveland on a number of social justice matters — including global issues involving people of […]

From the Land of Emmett Till: Review of Jackson, Mississippi (John R. Salter, Jr.)

Real History – You Know It When You Read It (Jackson, Mississippi. An American Chronicle of Struggle and Schism. John R. Salter, Jr. First copyright date, 1979. Introduction 2011 by John Hunter Gray. Nonfiction. History of the Jackson, Mississippi modern civil rights movement. Published by the University of Nebraska Press, bisonbooks.com. First published by Exposition […]

From the Land of Emmett Till …”About things that should never be forgotten”

From a good friend of mine* — some things we must remember… HUNTER GRAY [HUNTER BEAR/JOHN R SALTER JR – June 15 2011 This is about things that should never be forgotten and, indeed, must be remembered forever. This is the time of the year which, almost half a century ago in 1963, saw the […]