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Civil Rights Government

John Robert Lewis

John Lewis was a preacher, Civil Rights Activist, and US Congressman from the State of Georgia.

Representative Lewis died on July 17, 2020. Below is the information concerning him.

The New Times article he wrote to be printed on the … Read the rest “John Robert Lewis”

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Civil Rights Affordable Housing Social Issues Government

President Trump On Low Income Housing in Suburbs

President Obama and his Administration established the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule (AFFHR). The goal is to affirmatively further the purposes and policies of the Fair Housing Act, which is Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968.

President … Read the rest “President Trump On Low Income Housing in Suburbs”

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Civil Rights Slavery Government

Juneteenth and Independence Day

A few days ago on June 19th called Juneteenth, Black Americans celebrated this nation’s granting and military enforcement of the ending of slavery in this nation named the United States of America.

Juneteenth has its roots in the military … Read the rest “Juneteenth and Independence Day”

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Civil Rights Male and Female Equity Courts and Law Basic Christian Doctrine

Arkansas Supreme Court and Male – Female Equity

The Texarkana Gazette on March 4, 2020 published an Associated Press article entitled Arkansas high court candidate backed by GOP leaders takes an early lead.

The Texarkana Gazette  article is about the 2020 Arkansas State Supreme Court election. My … Read the rest “Arkansas Supreme Court and Male – Female Equity”

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Civil Rights Black Civil Rights Leaders Social Issues

Resurrection City 1968

The below link is to an article about the 1968 March on Washington that Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. planned to lead before his assassination as he and the Southern Christian Leader ship Conference (SCLC) and others sought to bridge … Read the rest “Resurrection City 1968”