Monthly Archives: December 2010
Today, Jamie and Gladys Scott found justice. After serving 16 years in prison for an $11 robbery, the Scott sisters’ sentence was suspended and they can finally return home to their family. Take a moment to send a welcome home message to Gladys and Jamie — your words will mean a lot: http://action.naacp.org/Welcome-Home The presiding judge in Gladys and Jamie’s trial, Judge Marcus Gordon, has a history of racially biased rulings, including granting bail to the KKK murderer of the three civil rights workers. The NAACP has been fighting for justice in their case and today it was won. Please … Continue reading
The Urban Issues Breakfast Forum – Saturday, January 8, 2011. A “MEN ONLY” discussion of Dr. Ogletree’s new book The Presumption of Guilt and criminal justice issues affecting African American men. Saturday, January 8, 2011 8a.m. – 10 a.m. at the FAME Renaissance Conference and Expo Center. Breakfast and admission are FREE! For more information on The Urban Issues Forum please visit urbanissuesforum.com, email UrbanIssuesForum@aol.com, or call 323-789-6224.
Wow — 200 years of history how you never saw before!
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The power of truth rests in our desire to seek its source. Whether that truth is the reality of our current circumstances and our desires to understand why things are the way they are, or the truth in the reality that there is a better way, a better life, a better reality that can be attained if we choose to see that reality as one we desire to attain. Part of changing a reality is having the capacity to change it. Another part is having the desire to change it. We live in an age of change. We know all … Continue reading