The Globe and Mail – The head of one of the largest African-American civil rights organization told Congress on Wednesday that Sen. Jeff Sessions is “unfit to serve” as attorney general, as a 1986 letter from the widow of Martin Luther King Jr. surfaced strongly expressing opposition to the Alabama senator.
More from The Black Report®
- January 8, 2017 NAACP President To Testify At Sessions Nomination NAACP - A week after statewide demonstrations and a sit-in arrest at the offices of US Attorney General nominee and Senator Jeff Sessions, NAACP President/CEO […]
- February 17, 2017 6 Historic Properties Preserved In Honor Of Black History Bisnow - From the works of visionaries like Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King Jr. to the cruel realities of slavery, African-Americans have played a major […]
- January 16, 2017 Biloxi, Mississippi Changes Holiday Name To Honor MLK Jr. The Washington Post - A Mississippi city has decided to rename the holiday it called “Great Americans Day” to honor slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King […]
- February 24, 2017 5-Year-Old Re-Creates Iconic Photos For Black History Month The Seattle Times - When Lola Jones, 5, came home from her Kent elementary school last month with questions about Martin Luther King Jr., her parents decided it […]