The Fragility of Justice and the Ordinary Heroes Who Must Uphold It
|12/24/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Guest blog by Mary Kingston Roche, Director of Public Policy, Coalition for Community Schools.
Would you ever fear that your own tombstone would be vandalized out of hate? This is the reality for James Earl Chaney, one of three slain civil rights workers killed on June 21, 1964 by members of the Ku Klux Klan. Chaney’s story has come to epitomize the malice of this era in our history. He is buried on the side of the road in rural Meridian, Mississippi, not far from where he was brutally murdered and buried in a ditch by the Klan, undiscovered for read more >>>