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THIS IS BROTHER KHALID, PLEASE JOIN ME FOR A SPECIAL DAY AND TIME AS WE GO OVER IN DETAIL THE INFOMATION FOR THE "PEACEFUL" MARCH IN FERGUSON JANUARY 19TH, 2015.. WE ARE MARCHING TOGETHER AS ONE, AND WE ARE MARCHING AS A UNITED FRONT....... TOGETHER WE ARE MARCHING FOR A POLICE REFORM..STOP THE USE OF EXCESSIVE FORCE WHEN IT COMES TO YOUNG UNARMED BLACK TEENS.
HONOR THE VICTIMS OF POLICE VIOLENCE
Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal. Call (347) 857-3293 to speak on air.
Guests on 12/17/2014 include Holly Alston, mother of Terrell Scott; Brenda Anderson, a prisoner rights advocate who was formerly incarcerated in Texas; and Annette E. Watts-Blankenship. Your questions and comments are invited.
Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.
On 25 March 1965, Martin Luther King led thousands of nonviolent demonstrators to the steps of the capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, after a 5-day, 54-mile ...
On 25 March 1965, Martin Luther King led thousands of nonviolent demonstrators to the steps of the capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, after a 5-day, 54-mile march from Selma, Alabama, where local African Americans, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) had been campaigning for voting rights. King told the assembled crowd: ‘‘There never was a moment in American history more honorable and more inspiring than the pilgrimage of clergymen and laymen of every race and faith pouring into Selma to face danger at the side of its embattled Negroes’’ (King, ‘‘Address at the Conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March,’’ 121).
What a great day this has been as the Diocese of Austin began with a prayer vigil at 7>A.M. this morning to pray the Rosary at thge Planned Parenthood abortion facility. Then at 9:15 the Joyful Mysteries were led by the high school students as we prayed the Rosary of Life accompanied by the Dominican Sisters of Mary for organizing the Living Rosary.
Thenthe celebration of Mass with Most Rev. Joe Vasquez, Bishop of Austin who was the Celebrant. Most Rev. Michael Mulvey, Bishop of Corpus Christi, and Most Rev. Daniel Garcia, Auxilary Bishop-Elect of Austin. There were several Priests of the Diocese of Austin and the Diocese of Corpus Christi as Concelebrants.
This was held at the St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Austin January 24, 2015. There were several thousand marchers who made this day a great success. In Texas, a lot of great progress has been made in defending life. Many of abortion clinics have closed their door.
The time has come. We have reached Week 17 in the 2014 NFL season. & it went by pretty fast. For most teams, their seasons are already over. But there's still much to gain for some teams fighting for playoff spots. We also have division titles still up for grabs. Will the Lions finally end their ridiculous losing streak @ Lambeau Field? Can the Chargers secure the second AFC wildcard spot? Who will clinch homefield advantage in the NFC? & speaking of, who will win the pathetic South division? Join Rocket on Christmas Eve in another special 30-minute podcast as he makes his predicitions for the final week of the regular season & discusses the playoff picture, which will be determined Sunday evening after all the games are played. Showtime will be at 2:30pm. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
Monroeville – Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade Monday January 19 2015 Registration Fee for all entries $5.00. Reg. 1-251-789-2424
Marttin Luther King Parade Pre-Events This Week Wed. MCHC 212 Tiger Drive, Monroeville, AL 36460 PTO 6PM Home School Community & Voting Civic Responsibility.
Wed. 6PM Bible Study Family Marriage Limesstone Baptist Church 1798 Hwy 41 North Monroeville (251) 575-9872
Sat Jan. 17 "Race Relations Church Spiritual Morality" @ Grace Church Pastor Mike Saucer 1945 Drewry Road Monroeville, AL. 36460 Pastor Mike Saucer
Contact 1 251 575 7290
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade Presented Monday January 19 2015
Parade Lineup Start Staging will Be 7AM Parade will start @ 10AM On Main Street (Across from Old Vanity Fair Dye House)
Ten Things You Should Know About Selma Before You See the Film
Pic (1) Slideshow (Image via Selma) Pic (2) A march of 15,000 in Harlem in solidarity with the Selma voting rights struggle. World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson. Library of Congress. Pic (3) Photos: A brave young boy demonstrates for freedom in front of the Dallas County courthouse in Selma on July 8, 1964. Selma sheriff deputies approach and arrest him. (Photos: Used by permission of Matt Herron/Take Stock Photos) Photos: Pic (4) Howard Zinn, James Baldwin, and a journalist on Freedom Day in October 1963. (Pic 5)Young women singing freedom songs in a Selma church. July 8, 1964. (Photo: (c) Matt Herron/Take Stock Photos)