Rev. Al Sharpton leads America to Jena on September 20

Shabazz, Saeed
September 2007
New York Amsterdam News;9/13/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 38, p4
The article reports that social activist Al Sharpton will lead a long list of civil rights activists and thousands of supporters to Jena, Louisiana to protest the mishandling of the case of the six young men, now known worldwide as the "Jena 6." The Black teens were charged back in December 2006 with assaulting a white Jena high school student.


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