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Voices of Wisdom hosted by Civil Rights Activists of the Tougaloo Nine

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TRIBE Family Channel™- Voices of Wisdom - Final Season 10 - Episode 1 - hosted by Civil Rights Activists of the Historical Tougaloo Nine,

Mrs. Geraldine Hollis and Mr. Joseph Jackson Jr.

August 1, 2019 - 5:00PM-PST 6:00PM-GMT 7:00PM-CST 8:00PM-EST - Call 347-539-5285 -

Today’s Guest Speaker: Deborah Watts, Cousin to Emmett Till and Founder of The Emmett Till Legacy Foundation

Topic: A Legacy of Hope in Memory of Emmett Louis Till

Listen Online - LIVE/ARCHIVED: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoul/2019/08/02/voices-of-wisdom-hosted-by-civil-rights-activists-of-the-tougaloo-nine

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About The Tougaloo Nine:

At 11 a.m. on March 27, 1961, nine students from the historically black Tougaloo College walked into the all-white Jackson (Miss.) Public Library. Joseph Jackson Jr., their leader, approached the circulation desk.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tougaloo Nine were a group of African-American students at Tougaloo College who participated in civil disobedience by staging sit-ins of segregated public institutions in Mississippi in 1961.




Voices of Wisdom is named so, to keep the voice of Rachel Berry alive through our platform. She created the group Voices of Wisdom because everyone knows something that someone else needs to know, officially know as The VOW Network on Facebook.



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