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... which was the moment that I had been waiting for such a long time for; which was to finally meet: Ms. Rutha Mae Harris; one of the original Freedom Singers of the Civil Rights Movement era. However, first things first, we had to take the tour of the Albany Civil Rights Institute before meeting Ms Rutha Mae Harris. The tour in and itself was most fascinating, which managed to capture and weaken our hearts! Faire, Lelia, and myself were all ...
... ft,. so we are hoping that there are not any tornados with the storm. We will leave in the morning and drive through the Smoky Mountains into Tennessee.
For those of you who know Larry's Dad, it looks like he has lost his fight with cancer, he was put into a hospice care yesterday, and the doctors say he has 30 to 60 days left. ...
Day two of The Civil Rights Movement bus tour was topped off with a wonderful stay at the Drury Hotel in Greenville, South Carolina. Kudos to Dr. Todd Allen for selecting such a wonderful hotel, as well as to the Hotel's Manager: Michael Lopez; who gets 5 Stars all the way from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for running such a tight shift and making our hotel stay wonderful! However, in juxtaposition I can't help but ...
We'll be off again on Tuesday and wanted to give you a link for our new blog.
This blog doesn't send out email notices for new entries so if you want to follow us, we suggest you put our blog page in you favorites. We'll be spending a lot of time on the beach and exploring off the grid and so won't be uploading everyday, but should have access to wifi for uploading several times during our stay.
... I was. Turns out Mr.B aka JB and I are related. Dicey Langston was his patriot also! He said to give him 2 minutes and he would call the owner of the property and arrange for him to show us the cemetery. JB called back and said Curt would meet us at his house. We drove up a driveway that was only suited for 4X4's, and Curt Doherty walked out to meet us. He lead us back into a wooded lot and through a gate marked Springfield/ Langston Cemetery. JB said there were approx. 100 graves ...
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