Archive | Rev. Martin Luther King

Internationally Acclaimed JFK Assassination Researcher, John Judge, Dies

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From: TOM BLACKWELL [mailto:decision@sbcglobal.net]Sent: Sunday, April 20, 2014 10:14 PMSubject: Official release – Renowned Researcher John Judge Dies in Washington, DC ===== Official release – Renowned Researcher John Judge Dies in Washington, DC John Patrick Judge, assassination researcher Washington, DC — John Patrick Judge passed at the age of 66, just as he had lived – with courage in the midst […]

THE PLAN: HISTORICAL FICTION THRILLER

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Share| Summary of The Plan and ISBN Numbers “It’s a murder mystery thriller about… “Two murdered lawyers who knew too much about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a murdered detective who REALLY knew too much about JFK’s assassination, and life in the Mississippi delta, with a quick trip to Ecuador!” Susan Klopfer […]

Free Book: U.S. Civil Rights Movement

A protest of 15,000 people gather in Harlem, March 1965 (Library of Congress) I ran across a free book on the U.S. Civil Rights Movement put out by the government: Free At Last, The U.S. Civil Rights Movement. It’s actually quite good. Take a look for yourself: Click Here From the Table of Contents: — […]

Black History Month Program Features ‘Mississippi Story Behind Rosa Parks’

Most people who’ve taken a high school history class know something about Rosa Parks. On December 1, 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Parks, age 42, refused to obey bus driver James Blake’s order that she give up her seat to make room for a white passenger. Her action sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Parks’ act of […]

Four Friend Stood Up by Sitting Down: The Story of the Sit-Ins of the Civil Rights Movement

Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down – The most popular videos are here True story of four African American college students who went into a Woolworth’s store and sat down at the lunch counter. They were practicing Dr. Martin Luther King’s concept of nonviolence. Authors interviewed people who marched, participated in sit-ins […]

Mississippi Sovereignty Commission Files: Dr. King Spied On By State-Hired FBI Agents

Lots of links in the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission files showing the state officials’s hatred of Dr. King. Here’s a poster calling for his murder: http://mdah.state.ms.us/arrec/digital_archives/sovcom/result.php?image=/data/sov_commission/images/png/cd03/021330.png&otherstuff=2|55|12|41|1|1|1|20869| Memo detailing plan to harm Dr. King: http://mdah.state.ms.us/arrec/digital_archives/sovcom/result.php?image=/data/sov_commission/images/png/cd10/078243.png&otherstuff=99|93|0|15|1|1|1|77228| Mississippi student gets in trouble for hanging up picture of Dr. King (1971). This is interesting, because I received reports that a […]

Cold Cases; From the Folks Who Brought Us COINTELPRO

An informative film on the FBI’s COINTELPRO conspiracy to kill major black leaders in the 1960s and early 1970s. Plus.. 33 Conspiracies That Turned Out to Be True http://labvirus.wordpress.com/2010/01/03/33-conspiracy-theories-that-turned-out-to-be-true-what-every-person-should-know/

Land of Emmett Till: Grenada, Mississippi Days Recalled

Marching in Grenada, Miss. (Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement) Dear Blog Readers: I get wonderful e-mail from people who are interested in the Emmett Till story and related civil rights history. The best email, of course, comes from those who share their personal history of what it was like to be involved in the […]

What Change Is All About … Watching It Move Into Mississippi

Marching in Grenada, Miss. (Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement) Dear Blog Readers: I get wonderful e-mail from people who are interested in the Emmett Till story and related civil rights history. The best email, of course, comes from those who share their personal history of what it was like to be involved in the […]

Dr. Alan Bean: Fannie Lou Hamer’s Music Aided the Civil Rights Movement

Photo: Legendary Organizer Fannie Lou Hamer by Charmain Reading (Progressive Technology Project). Fannie Lou Hamer’s hymn singing and natural eloquence were a boon to the civil rights movement, especially in Mississippi, writes Dr. Alan Bean of the Friends of Justice. “Bookish leaders like Moses and Bevel were more comfortable debating the fine points of Reinhold […]