We re-member you Aurelia Shines Browder Coleman!
Aurelia Shines Browder Coleman was the name used to begin legal proceedings in Montgomery, Alabama against discrimination on public buses. In April 1955, Browder was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat to a white rider, eight months before Rosa Parks and a month after the arrest of Claudette Colvin. She is important to me because his-story wants us to believe Rosa was the sole brave woman to begin this resistance. Montgomery had a community of women resisters! Thank you Aurelia!
You pick the words today… I’m speechless.
This art is from my amazing friend, Sage Gallon.
Allow me to introduce Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr., the parents of the unarmed young man gunned down in Ferguson, Mo. in August, Michael Brown Jr. aka Mike Brown.
The images from this tragic incident have quite powerfully paralleled to that of images from the civil rights movement. Images from all over the world that prompted political attention and involvement from communities in Mexico to parts of China. In my opinion, some of the most significant photographs came from colleges and universities that participated in the “Don’t Shoot”
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