Elephants in the Room: Buffalo Attendance Teachers

Elephants in the Room: Buffalo Attendance Teachers
Buffalo School Board need to reinstate the Attendance Teachers

Mamie Till Mobley

"I made a commitment to rip the covers off Mississippi, USA-revealing to the world the horrible face of race hatred. I took the privacy of my own grief and turned it into a public issue, a political issue, one which set in motion the dynamic force that led ultimately to a generation of social and legal progress in this country." (2003)

Death of Innocense: the Story of the Hate Crime that Changed America (2003)

"The jurors heard one thing that was important to them, and that was a white woman's claim that a black boy had insulted her. That was all they needed to know ... it was all they would consider in making up their minds." Mamie Till Mobley

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Buffalo Shootings Series: Buffalo Familes Speak Up

Families of the victims shot in a massacre four dead, four wounded speak up at a forum organized at True Bethel Baptist Church on Ferry St., Editor and Vice President of the Buffalo News Margaret Sullivan meets with the families of the victims to listen & commence a dialogue why the newspaper wrote a story showcasing the criminal records of the loved ones who died august 14, 2010, in what the Black community viewed as racist and insenstive journalism appearing in the paper after the last one is buried. Video produced by Maria Rosa all rights reserved for the: