Black history of 504 sit-in for disability rights: More than serving food – when will the healing begin?.
This entry was posted on February 11, 2014 by serious2020. It was filed under Adults, AFRIKAN, Black History, Black Men, Black Women, Commentary, Community outrage, Culture, Disability, Disabled, Disabled, Education, Health, Independent Black Media, Law, Media, Political, Politics and was tagged with 1977 historic sit in, 504 sit-in, activism, African/Black experience, Black Panther Party, Blind Joe Capers, Brad Lomax, Chuck Johnson, civil rights, disability rights, Don Galloway, Federal Building, freedom, Gary Norris Gray, Glenn Lomax, Human rights, Johnnie, KPOO, Krip Hop Nation, Krip-Soul Brothers, LeRoy F Moore, Longmore Institute on Disability, protest, revolutionary, San Francisco, San Francisco State University, SF BAYVIEW newspaper, War on Afrikans.
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