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Jackson, Mississippi

bombing Birmingham Church Bombing . Career In 1981, Funderburgh released the Rockets' debut album ''Talk to You By Hand'' from New Orleans, Louisiana's based Black Top Records. The band consisted of Anson, with Darrell Nulisch on vocals and harmonica. The album included a cover version of Earl King's song, "Come On (Come On (Earl King song))". ''Talk to You By Hand'' was also the first ever release by the record label. The band appeared


Jamaica

gay rights group J-Flag, and the UK-based Black Gay Mens Advisory Group, with which he works closely. He also pointed to his life's work campaigning against racism and apartheid, and stated that his campaigns against "stop murder music" and state-sanctioned homophobic violence in Jamaica were endorsed by black Jamaican gay rights activists such as Jamaican Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays (J-FLAG), and by many straight human rights activists in Jamaica (homosexuality


Baltimore

States U.S. The Baltimore-based ''Black Oracle'' (1969-1978) from writer-turned-John Waters (John Waters (filmmaker)) repertory member George Stover was a small zine that evolved into the larger-format ''Cinemacabre.'' Stover's ''Black Oracle'' partner Bill George published his own short-lived zine ''The Late Show'' (1974-1976; with co-editor Martin Falck), and later became editor of the ''Cinefantastique'' prozine spinoff '' Femme Fatales (magazine) Femme Fatales


Toronto

with the Kingston upon Thames-based Black Cat Skiffle group. Wiffen moved with his family to Canada at age 16, and became part of the burgeoning folk music scene, initially in Toronto. In 1965, having moved to Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), he was invited to perform at The Bunkhouse club on a live ensemble album. It became Wiffen's first solo album, ''David Wiffen At The Bunkhouse Coffeehouse, Vancouver BC'', on the Universal International label, when the other invited musicians


Philadelphia

''' is a Philadelphia-based black liberation group founded by John Africa. MOVE was described by CNN as "a loose-knit, mostly black group whose members all adopted the surname Africa, advocated a "back-to-nature" lifestyle and preached against technology." Philadelphia, city officials ordered to pay $1.5 million in MOVE case; 1996-06-24; CNN. The group lives communally (commune) and frequently engages


South Africa

in an unencumbered holding by CellSAf, (a Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment entity representing over 30 black empowerment companies and trusts), and 15% by Lanun Securities SA (Lanun is a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Oge Ltd). '''Clive John Derby-Lewis''' (born 22 January 1936) is a South African ex-politician, who was involved first in the National Party (National Party (South Africa)) and then, while serving as a Member of Parliament


United States

to the United States where he met Lord Kaiaphas (Kaiaphas) of Virginia based Black metal band Grand Belial's Key, who soon became the new vocalist and drummer of Ancient. In 1996 the band signed a contract with Metal Blade Records (which led to sellout accusations Ancient interview on mourningtheancient.com ), and two new members joined the band: Kimberly Goss

disease. Mrs. Alexander, who is believed to be the first black woman to hold a doctorate in economics and to become a lawyer in Pennsylvania, founded a chapter of the Howard University-based black sorority Delta Sigma Theta, and became its first national president. She was active nationally in the ... publisher Washington Post date November 5, 1989 accessdate 2007-06-21 In 1998, she came to the United States to pursue her college studies and, in the past two


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