Chairman Emeritus of the NAACP, Julian Bond, passed away on Aug. 15 at age 75 after a brief illness. An Indianapolis clergyman and civil rights leader sits down with me this week to share with us a bit about his friend of many decades–the young civil rights worker-turned-leader, statesman, educator, strategist–the late-Julian Bond. Plus, I […]
Director of the NAACP Washington Bureau, joined NewsOne Now to share their thoughts and reflections on civil rights icon Julian Bond.
Our prayers and condolences go out to the Bond family as a legend has passed on. #civilrights #julianbond #rip #BlackHistory #trailblazer #NAACP pic.twitter.com/DZyRL2HtQD — Africa in America (@aiamagazine) August 16, 2015 Civil rights legend Julian Bond died last night in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, according to a statement released by the Southern Poverty Law Center. […]
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