Mimi Jones obituary Boston Globe Jly 27, 2020

Obituary  (photos show separately) Overlooked for her role in a galvanizing civil rights protest, Mimi Jones dies at 73 By Bryan Marquard Globe Staff,Updated July 27, 2020, 7:21 p.m. After Black protesters integrated a whites-only pool, the motel owner poured acid near Mrs. Jones.Courtesy of Clennon L. King. A news photo of the 1964 racial […]

Boston University website for records of forums on Reparations

Click on the following link for a record of an important  forums  held at Boston University regarding issues relating to Reparations for slavery and subsequent imposed social-structural deprivations BU forum web for other information of their programs regarding these issues, visit their main website at  https://www.bu.edu/  

2019 Roxbury “Juneteenth” Commemoration re Reparations issues videos

Cover of program  Program details part 1 Program details part 2 Video footage links to UTube postings  (ignore the UTUBE video ads, they are not posted by  BPAF) Barry Gaither introduction of Senator Bill Owens https://youtu.be/yUF0pKBD50M Sen. Bill Owens speech continues https://youtu.be/kTA8_N-Pcp0  main portion of  Sen. Owens speech          


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Video re AfricanStudiesAssociation racial RUPTURE issue

The African Studies Association  (ASA)  Racial  “RUPTURE” issue:  In the 1969 ASA annual conference, held in Montreal Canada that year, the African Americans and  Africans walked out, following the members’ rejection of demands from “The ASA Black Caucus” for serious improvement in the representation and recognition of Blacks in the leadership, programs and awards of […]