Category Archives: Civil Rights

51st Anniversary of Bloody Sunday

Good morning family and friends! I just wanted to share moments from the March over the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. So many beautiful people of all races. Enjoy the photos and have a great day everyone!

 

 

 

Governor Strips Voting Rights

Good morning family and friends! We must take advantage of our Right to Vote. Get registered and Vote! “Shortly after taking office, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin (R), stripped 140,000 citizens of their voting rights and lowered the minimum wage in his State. This included ex-felons who recently had their voting rights restored. This appears to be a clear attack on minorities and the economically poor. The article was written by Alice Ollstein and it can be found on the following link:”

http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2015/12/23/3734771/governor-strips-voting-rights-lowers-minimum-wage/

 

Those Who Paved the Way!

Good morning family and friends! This photo shows some of the African American who made a difference. Lets not allow their blood, sweat, and tears to go in vain. They risk their lives for us to have the right to vote, get a good job, earn equal wages, own a business, purchase a home, and many other areas. Don’t forget that we still have a long way to go. Have a great day everyone!