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NAACP Rally Where Blacks Were Lynched in Thomasville

On Monday August 28, the  NAACP of Thomasville, GA., marched to commemorate Martin Luther King’s March on Washington, D.C. in 1963.  The march was organized by local NAACP members, local church clergy members, and other community organizations.  It was held at the historic courthouse, in downtown Thomasville, where blacks were hung and killed. Courthouse History Fact: In Thomasville, Georgia, in 1930, a black man named … Continue reading NAACP Rally Where Blacks Were Lynched in Thomasville

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Pressure Does Burst Pipes – Joel Olsteen Preps to Open Church

“Lakewood Church apparently bought countless air mattresses and are prepping to open their doors. Took a while but good news,” says Charles Clymer.  Yesterday he took to twitter to expose the mega church pastor Joel Olsteen for closing their doors to the hurricane Harvey victims. Olsteen was blasted on twitter for tweeting “a call for prayer and to raise funds” when he should be opening … Continue reading Pressure Does Burst Pipes – Joel Olsteen Preps to Open Church

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Voting is Your Voice

8/27/2017 – Thomasville GA:  Lillie Witherspoon of Faith Ministries Global, Inc. has taken on the tasks to have a “Voter’s Registration Booth” Monday, August 28, from 5-7 p.m., at the Thomas County Historic Courthouse. The deadline to register is October 10  to vote in the November election. For the voter registration identification, you will need to bring one of the following documents such as a … Continue reading Voting is Your Voice

Today in Black History – Ralph J Bunche First Black Awarded A Nobel Peace Prize

Ralph Johnson Bunche (August 7, 1904-1971) was born in Detroit, Michigan. His father, Fred Bunche, was a barber in a shop having a clientele of whites only; his mother, Olive (Johnson) Bunche, was an amateur musician; his grandmother, «Nana» Johnson, who lived with the family, had been born into slavery. When Bunche was ten years old, the family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the hope … Continue reading Today in Black History – Ralph J Bunche First Black Awarded A Nobel Peace Prize