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MAYORS & MINISTERS MEETING

March 3rd, Selma, Alabama

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Alabama NAACP Sessions Sit-In

by Patricia Mokolo
12/14/2017
BULLOCK COUNTY BRANCH
Thank you in advance for your support. I trust that we can count on your continued support as we go forward into the 21st Century! Our Freedom Fund Banquet will be held at 6:00 p.m. Friday, January 12, 2018 at South Highland Middle School, 700 Bernard St., Union Springs, AL 36089. The keynote speaker will be Mr. Benard Simelton, President, Alabama State NAACP.

Banquet tickets are $15.00 each and can be purchased by contacting a Bullock County NAACP member or calling 334-738-3143.

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Keynote Speaker

Richard Bailey has earned the BS, MEd, MA, and PhD degrees. A fellowship made it possible for him to travel and study in Europe and Africa. Since returning to Montgomery, Dr. Bailey has been a consultant for the Center for Public Television at The University of Alabama, where he was a consultant for their productions on the Lincoln School of Marion and Reconstruction black officeholders. For the Division of Telecommunication and Educational Television at Auburn University, Bailey was an advisor for the Gees Bend story and the Horace King documentary. He was a consultant for the award-winning radio documentary, "Remembering Slavery," produced by the Institute for Language and Culture at the University of Montevallo. In the mid-1980s Gov. George C. Wallace appointed him twice to the De Soto Commission to reconstruct the path of the Spanish explorer through Alabama. Kiosks along select Alabama highways identify the route of De Soto. Bailey is a member of several speakers' bureaus, including the Alabama Humanities Foundation. A lecturer and tour guide, he makes frequent appearances on radio and television to discuss Alabama history, southern history, and contemporary issues.

This year’s honorees are the Bullock County Icons and Pioneers of Civil Rights and Voting Rights in Union Springs, Midway, and all of Bullock County Download Flyer.