Archives for posts with tag: #ferguson
Black & Blue Lives Matter
From DiplomatArtist.com – Read social justice activist, aspiring journalist Annie Jennemann (Senior at Affton High School – St. Louis) special interview with Lt. Gerald Lohr. The main idea of the interview was to learn about the viewpoints of law enforcers, the movements sparked from the Michael Brown Case, and “the other side”.
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From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Susan Sacirbey this Martin Luther King Day – The Good they die young, but MLK’s message of Hope Reverberates
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Legacy of Police on Black Violence Pre & Post “Selma Bloody Sunday”?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
http://diplomatartist.com/legacy-of-police-on-black-violence-pre-post-selma-bloody-sunday/Two Men are Lynched in Marion, Indiana

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Special day today as we honor the late Martin Luther King, Jr. This is the first article for DiplomatArtist.com featuring our new category Diplomat Artist Buzz.
http://diplomatartist.com/the-good-they-die-young-but-mlks…/

Does the UN See US “Institutionalized Discrimination” in the Wake of Ferguson?
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
US civil rights leaders have appealed to the UN over decades of struggle to counter discrimination in law & practice starting with a UN petition in 1947 by NAACP. Such human rights leaders have acted in solidarity with others oppressed & endangered over the decades including when Muhammad 10290198_877247692288421_2931272505655835616_n came to stand in solidarity with Bosnians facing genocide in 1992.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ambassador-muhamed-sacirbey/un-sees-us-institutionali_b_6222372.html#