Monday, August 29th 2016
Blaine Salamoni and Howie Lake Bad Cops Get Good Cops Killed
An Eye For Us
Montgomery County grand jury indicts more than 85 bus boycott leaders and charges them with violating a statute barring boycotts without just cause on Feb. 21, 1956.
Paul Krugman Explains What Drive
Republicans don’t care about shunning racism, preserving democracy and religious Read More
Natalie Berry joins New Horizons
On Monday, July 25, 2016 Miss Berry joined New Horizons Read More
In 2016, white people must take
White people, come get your boy.” Depending on how you Read More
Men More Likely to Withhold Heal
Men often prefer male doctors, but their feelings about masculinity Read More
Ms. Beulah Harris
Funeral services for Ms. Beulah Harris age 90 of Americus, Read More
Rev. Matt Wright, president of the local NAACP, filed a prose motion (a no-lawyer motion) in district court to stop the Sumter County Board of Elections and Registration from diluting minority voting strength that is protected by Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA). Attorney William NeSmith represented Sumter County. The Federal District Court in Albany, GA, denied Wright’s motion for an injunction, but District Judge Louis Sands told Wright that the case would go forward on its’ merits and rec- ommended that Wright get a lawyer to assist him, because of the difficulties for a non-lawyer to deal Read More
A former principal in Sumter County who joined Michael Cheokas to change our county school districts from Black to White majority.
Randy Howard Chairman
of the Sumter County Commissioners. He voted to hire a $900,000 law firm to fight Rev. Wright’s lawsuit.
County Commissioner who voted for the $900,000 law firm.
County Commissioner who voted for the $900,000 law firm to fight Rev. Wright’s case.
Sumter County Commissioner who voted “NO” to hiring the Republican law firm from Atlanta.