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toward the end of their lives, malcolm x and MLK's views converged. they had both moved towards fighting for human rights, a unified struggle that crossed racial lines and international borders. two truly amazing minds and hearts...

toward the end of their lives, malcolm x and MLK's views converged. they had both moved towards fighting for human rights, a unified struggle that crossed racial lines and international borders. two truly amazing minds and hearts...

Kathleen N. Cleaver returns to Emory as senior lecturer in law, having served as an assistant professor of law in the 1990s. Professor Cleaver has spent most of her life participating in the human rights struggle. She left college in 1966 to work with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). From 1967-1971, she was the communications secretary of the Black Panther Party. She lived in exile with her former husband, Eldridge Cleaver, before returning to the United States in 1975.

Kathleen N. Cleaver returns to Emory as senior lecturer in law, having served as an assistant professor of law in the 1990s. Professor Cleaver has spent most of her life participating in the human rights struggle. She left college in 1966 to work with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). From 1967-1971, she was the communications secretary of the Black Panther Party. She lived in exile with her former husband, Eldridge Cleaver, before returning to the United States in 1975.

Freedom Fighter | 1865 (Close Up) African American soldier in Union uniform with a rifle and revolver posing in front of painted backdrop with American flag and artillery pieces (close up shot).

Freedom Fighter | 1865 (Close Up) African American soldier in Union uniform with a rifle and revolver posing in front of painted backdrop with American flag and artillery pieces (close up shot).

The organizing committee of the 1939 New York World’s Fair commissioned Augusta Savage’s 16-foot-tall painted plaster sculpture, Lift Every Voice and Sing, to be displayed on the fairgrounds. Savage titled the piece after James Weldon and Rosamund Johnson’s song of the same name, a song so important in African-American communities that it was often called the “National Negro Anthem.”

The organizing committee of the 1939 New York World’s Fair commissioned Augusta Savage’s 16-foot-tall painted plaster sculpture, Lift Every Voice and Sing, to be displayed on the fairgrounds. Savage titled the piece after James Weldon and Rosamund Johnson’s song of the same name, a song so important in African-American communities that it was often called the “National Negro Anthem.”

This amazingly tasty dish is healthy yet full of flavour too, you will be surprised at how easy this is to prepare and cook.

This amazingly tasty dish is healthy yet full of flavour too, you will be surprised at how easy this is to prepare and cook.

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