Charles Evers (born September 11, 1922) became Mississippi field secretary for the NAACP after his younger brother Medgar was murdered in 1963. He was elected mayor of Fayette, Mississippi in 1969, the first African American may in the state since Reconstruction. He also had unsuccessful campaigns for governor and U. S. Senator. #TodayInBlackHistory

Charles Evers (born September 11, 1922) became Mississippi field secretary for the NAACP after his younger brother Medgar was murdered in 1963. He was elected mayor of Fayette, Mississippi in 1969, the first African American may in the state since Reconstruction. He also had unsuccessful campaigns for governor and U. S. Senator. #TodayInBlackHistory

During this week in history, Charles Evers became the first Black mayor of a town in Mississippi since Reconstruction. During the period following the Civil War, Black people were installed or elected to a number of political offices. When Reconstruction ended, it was hard for Black politicians to g...During this week in history, Charles Evers became the first Black mayor of a town in Mississippi since Reconstruction. During the period following the Civil War, Black people were installed or…

During this week in history, Charles Evers became the first Black mayor of a town in Mississippi since Reconstruction. During the period following the Civil War, Black people were installed or elected to a number of political offices. When Reconstruction ended, it was hard for Black politicians to g...During this week in history, Charles Evers became the first Black mayor of a town in Mississippi since Reconstruction. During the period following the Civil War, Black people were installed or…

Civil rights activist Charles Evers is endorsing Donald Trump for president, touting what Evers refers to as the current Republican front-runner's business acumen.

Civil rights activist Charles Evers is endorsing Donald Trump for president, touting what Evers refers to as the current Republican front-runner's business acumen.

Most beautiful dog ever !! You little showstopper! #dogs #pets #CavalierKingCharlesSpaniels facebook.com/sodoggonefunny

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel - Graceful and Affectionate

Buddy the Mixed Breed puppy - He is so cute I had to post two pictures.

Buddy is a beautiful, unique Boston Terrier / King Charles Cavalier. He came from a breeder in the United Kingdom who had a little accident with a Boston Terrier, and what an amazing accident! looks like a mini boxer!

James Charles Evers, older brother of the civil rights hero and martyr Medgar Evers, has been an important leader in the civil rights struggle in Mississippi. In 1969, Evers was named “Man of the Year”James Charles Evers, older brother of the civil rights hero and martyr Medgar Evers, has been an important leader in the civil rights struggle in Mississippi. In 1969, Evers was named “Man of the Year” by the NAACP. In the same year, he won election as the mayor of Fayette, Mississippi. Read on…

James Charles Evers, older brother of the civil rights hero and martyr Medgar Evers, has been an important leader in the civil rights struggle in Mississippi. In 1969, Evers was named “Man of the Year”James Charles Evers, older brother of the civil rights hero and martyr Medgar Evers, has been an important leader in the civil rights struggle in Mississippi. In 1969, Evers was named “Man of the Year” by the NAACP. In the same year, he won election as the mayor of Fayette, Mississippi. Read on…

President Kennedy with Medgar Evers and family

President Kennedy with Medgar Evers' family, (I may be wrong, but, the man on the right appears to be Charles Evers, Medgar Evers' older brother. This may have been taken after Medgar Evers had been killed.

Civil Rights Activist Endorses Donald Trump for President - Charles Evers – “I haven’t seen any proof of him being a racist.”

Brother of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers endorses Donald Trump - Civil rights activist Charles Evers has endorsed Donald Trump for president, touting what Evers refers to as the current Republican front-runner's business acumen.

"The main thing I believe in is freedom." -- Charles Evers, Mississippi civil rights activist & Older Brother of Medgar Evers (He turned 92 today(

May 1969 In Fayette, Mississippi on May James Charles Evers was elected the first black mayor of a racially mixed Mississippi town. In June he became the first black in this century to seek the governor's office.

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