Tuesday, February 9, 2010

In The Life - Jonathan Capehart & Julian Bond

Julian Bond, Chairman of the NAACP, a giant in the movement for Black Civil Rights, has been on the frontline for equal rights in America for over four decades. He is also an outspoken advocate for the rights of America's gays and lesbians. Washington Post editorial writer and Pulitzer Prize winner, Jonathan Capehart, explores Bond's national leadership role in these major social issues of our day, recalling those who were formative in his growth as an activist.

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  1. True. My hat goes off to not only to him, but to the countless others, who strive to make Equality more than just a political football. Props to Mr. Bond..and the everyday person, who is doing what they can!


  2. I heard Julian Bond speak at the March for Equality in Washington last October. It was a fantastic speech and I'm getting a tingle down my spine just thinking about it now. He's a good man.

  3. Stone, Indeed, it is wonderful to see someone stand up for principal, pure and simple, instead of working the angles.

    Larry, sounds fantastic!



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