The Daughtrys: Saluting achievement, Part II
- To the Jails. // Time;2/24/1961, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p15
The article reports on several sit-in demonstrations staged by African Americans in the U.S. Seven African American clergymen and one white minister got themselves arrested by sitting-in at Atlanta, Georgia's segregated railroad Terminal Station restaurant. It mentions that 150 African American...
- The Rev. Herbert Daughtry is home at last. ARINDE, NAYABA // New York Amsterdam News;3/10/2011, Vol. 102 Issue 10, p35
The article reports that Reverend Herbert Daughtry returns to his community at the House of the Lord Church, as he recovers from surgery for a compressed spinal cord.
- Should Priests March? // America;5/1/1965, Vol. 112 Issue 18, p629
The article questions whether priests should participate in civil rights demonstrations. The participation of priests and nuns in Selma, Alabama and Harlem, New York are cited. It is noted that there was a vast body of public support for these direct actions. Fr. Matthew J. O'Connell, S.J....
- 'Master Pastor': Daughtry's new book. SMAULDON, HELESE // New York Amsterdam News;5/2/2013, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p44
The article reviews the book "Master Pastor" by Herbert Daughtry.
- Gay Shame takes Newson and the LGBT center to task. Szymanski, Zak // Bay Area Reporter;2/13/2003, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the gay demonstration against the Care Not Cash initiative by lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals (LGBT) Community Center Supervisor Gavin Newsom's which requires homosexuals to stay in shelters which are not always deemed safe. Scuffle between demonstrators and the San...
- Brooklyn clergy speak up for immigration reform. Persaud, Felicia // New York Amsterdam News;10/15/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 42, p14
The article offers information on the rally held by a group of clergy calling themselves as Churches United to Save and Heal (CUSH) from several Caribbean churches in Brooklyn, New York City. It notes that the rally calls for the passage of an immigration reform bill as early as 2010. The said...
- OF MANY THINGS. T. N. D. // America;8/10/1963, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p124
The article foretells that a demonstration by the civil rights movement who will converge in Washington on August 28, 1963 will cause a huge traffic jam between 4 to 6 P.M. It recalls the July 1932 rally when the army was called in to control it and fears that it might happen again. It claims...
- A Mother's Pride, A Daughter's Protest. Walker, LaVerne Turner // Crisis (15591573);Sep/Oct2003, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p56
Recalls the experience of participating in the student sit-ins in Nashville, Tennessee during sophomore year at Fisk University. Appointment as the leader of a group of university football players during the sit-in in 1960; Emotions felt while joining the demonstration; Experience while in jail...
- The Wiley-Bishop Student Movement: A Case Study in the 1960 Civil Rights Sit-Ins. Seals Jr., Donald // Southwestern Historical Quarterly;Jan2003, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p418
Focuses on the civil rights demonstrations in Texas in the 1960. Details of the Wiley-Bishop student movement; Initiation of the southern sit-in movement by Black college students in Greensboro, North Carolina; Eradication of racial segregation.