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Rev. Jackson speaks on the Northern Civil Rights Movement – Part 4

Posted February 26, 2014 by ndigo

Photo: Rev. Jackson (at podium), Arthur M. Brazier (seated, 2nd to the left). Statement from the Brazier Foundation: Throughout the month of February we shared intimate recounts of the unwavering work of a true activist, Bishop Arthur M. Brazier. True in the sense that the work was for the people, not recognition. When looking at […]

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A Look at the Northern Civil Rights Movement – Part 3 | First-Hand Accounts of the Work

Posted February 19, 2014 by ndigo

For every man, there is a necessity to establish as securely as possible the lines along which he proposes to live his life.  For Bishop Arthur M. Brazier those lines were self-determination of and respect for individuals demonstrated through a life of service for their betterment, both inside and outside the church. Bishop exhibited the consistent courage […]

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A Look at the Northern Civil Rights Movement – Part 2

Posted February 12, 2014 by ndigo

The Civil Rights Movement took root in Chicago thanks to the fearless leadership of men, women and youth who refused to accept the status quo and stood united for change. Through negotiation, litigation and demonstration, these brave individuals helped change Chicago and the nation. Among those great leaders were Chicago Urban League executive director Edwin […]

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