Julian Bond

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United States civil rights leader who was elected to the legislature in Georgia but was barred from taking his seat because he opposed the Vietnam War (born 1940)


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Certainly the same can be said about professor Julian Bond.
However, I am perplexed at the amount of young people that will march for BlackLivesMatter, and other worthy causes that affect peoples' lives and do not make that level of commitment as did one Mr Julian Bond.
Julian Bond was one of eight Morehouse College students who studied with Martin Luther King, Jr.
As the proceedings began, there was a battle over which delegation should receive credentials to represent the state of Georgia--an all white group, or a mixed-race delegation that included Julian Bond.
Fifty years ago at the March on Washington, people like Julian Bond and John Lewis were in their teens and early 20s having great impact and leadership in terms of what was happening for black people and mobilizing support.
Julian Bond of the Christian Muslim Forum said : Reflecting on Fatima and Mary, they both had important messages, they challenged mens words, actions and outlooks and had close family relationships with our founders - the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Jesus Christ.
NAACP chairman Julian Bond said recently that the Dr.
Julian Bond, civil rights leader and current chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, will give a lecture at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on Feb.
NAACP board chairman Julian Bond said: "Bono has been an inspiration to many people around the world through his music and humanitarian efforts.
Drama coach Julian Bond added: "The Magic 7 are a really rewarding group of people to work with, because they are totally disciplined and perform with really strong emotion.
REGARDING THE ARTICLE "NAACP PRESIDENT RESIGNS" (Newspoints, May 2007), kudos to Julian Bond and the board for holding strong and deciding not to change from a social justice organization to a social services organization.
with occasional sound-bites from historians and personalities like Rob Reiner, Tony Snow, Erica Jong, Oliver Stone, Julian Bond and Eve Ensler.
Longtime civil rights activist Julian Bond was in town recently visiting friends when the subject of Philadelphia's Barnes Foundation came up.
In early October, the IRS informed the NAACP that it had learned that NAACP board Chairman Julian Bond had publicly criticized President Bush and his policies on education, the economy and the war in Iraq - all legitimate grounds for forceful, passionate criticism by the NAACP.
Board Chair Julian Bond asserted in February that a woman's right to control her own body is a matter of equal rights.