Mauricelm-Lei Millere became "Little MalcolmX" Once The Dr. King In Him Was Assassinated. Evangelist Goldi Gaines - Independent African Press 2009

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"Dr. Millere seems very disappointed with what is happening around the country. It is as if his eyes were openned for the very first time. In many ways I discovered that he had been blind to real change and the cost of true freedom. The horrible truth that we discussed, along with active members of the campaign, was that our lives could be taken any minute. He began to research the history of leaders of the past, their betrayers betrayals, and their deaths; through books, internet, analyzations, bibles, holy inscriptions of the Kings, The Book of Josiah, The Life of Jesus and His Apostles, Julius Ceasar, Cleopatra. In the same breath he studied the life Of Medgar Evers, (late)President John F. Kennedy, (late) Senator Robert Kennedy, (late) Minister Malcolm X (Elhadj Malik El-Shabazz), Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, his mentor/confidant "Mother" Coretta Scott-King, Huey P. Newton-Long, and Stokley Carmichael (Kwame Toure). He began to study organization, their internal tourmoils and their, "Judas Factors" as he referred to them, betrayers or betrayals. The SCLC, NOI, The Black Panther Party,  US Government and Governments around the world. But what really depressed him was to understand that these people, these organizations, These governments were betrayed by people from within and infiltrators, no less. Tearfully, he said, "Our President is in danger!, the entire African nation is in danger!, And all freedom loving people are in danger."  Dr Millere became "Little Malcolm X" once the Dr. King in him was assassinated.  Evangelist Goldi explains the statement, "A man awakened by his times!" Independent African Press 2009.
It seems that a change came over Dr. Millere and Evangelist Gaines began to focus on doing all that they could to encourage chuches, organizations, groups, institutions etc. While they were crusading to encourage americans, legislatures, party caucuses, and the sort to work along with the present Executive Administration Of The Nation and our elected officials; he began to recieving threats; as well as those in his administration. So he becomes very concerned or, even, nervous about these turn of events. Ever the students, they began to take in what is happening around the country. The concern became Nationalistics, Civilistic, and Humanistic. The question of the day was, "What is the most sizeable response to ensure peace to yourself, your community, and your society; when you are born African and still not counted as American.
At The Cross Roads.  
Confused about what would be the correct response. Millere focuses on researching the past to understand the present. And what would be the proper response. "Observing a past full of espionage, assasinations, betrayers, and betrayal," Millere galvanized the "two main titans of the Negro cause." He respected both men. In some sense "Malcolm was comparable to John the Baptist and Martin likened unto Jesus." But can the Philosophies work together. According to history they often did and to his surprise the two men were organizing together, no doubt, prior to their deaths. 
Lesson Plan: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: A Common Solution?  
King and Malcolm X Here the two titans of freedom humbles themselves to make their first public appearance together. The attempt to consolidate the "Negroes' cause with a simple jesture, to embrace by shaking hands. The simple act achieved its purpose, "Negro Unity," thus, Malcom's Organization For African American Unity (or OAAU). The small but potent victory would be short lived. Cointelpro whom had been investigating both men would orchestrate their murders. To Martin's shock, he learns that his fellow philosopher and companion had been murdered during a speech in New York, February 13, 1965. Martin would be murdered three years later, April 4, 1968. Later evidence gives way to both men being murdered by the CIA through their own innere circle. (1.) *For Malcolm was murdered by Elijah Mohommad and Louis Farrakhan, his young protege', instigated the murder in a column entitled: "Hypocrite." The NOI newspaper, Muhammad Speaks, even carried a cartoon of Malcolm’s severed head bouncing down a street. It was due to the lust for fame, power, and prestige. See  The CIA had, very much, infiltrated the organization (Nation Of Islam, NOI or FOI) and used the envious, jealeous, misguided, black dogs to kill "The Black Shinnig Prince." Martin was said to be killed by James Earl Ray, a petty theif or criminal, harboring a room in an old boarding house in direct view of King's room at the Loraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. This was not intended to be Dr. King's stay, originally. He was to stay at a different hotel until an anonymous call changed his hotel plans and aired his room in the national media; television and newspaper. (2.) *Reverend Jessie Jackson and Reverend Kyles of Memphis, Tennessee is said to have been Judases of King's inner circle. Attorney William F. Pepper writes about this fact in his book "Shakedown." *Jessie Jackson is credited to have arranged the murder of Dr. King: Also see Steve Cockley's King was in Memphis aiding those involved a garbage workers strike. While standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Hotel, he was shot and killed; James Earl Ray was later arrested and convicted for killing Dr. King. But like Malcolm, his death was shrouded in mystery. Congressional hearings have been held to determine who really killed Dr. King. It has become clearly apparent that Minister Malcolm X and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr were, secretly, working colloberately toward a solution. And becoming extremely interested in being seen together in public to encourage black solidarity; irregardless to their different strategies. He and King agreed that both goals could be fulfilled; even if the roads were different, because "they both led eastward," so to speak. After the death of Malcolm, Martin sent a letter of condolesence to Malcolm's widow, Mrs Betty Shabazz. A year earlier, preceeding the death of Malcom, during a campaign in Selma, Alabama, 1964; In a conversation with Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Malcolm states, "I want Dr. King to know that I didn't come to Selma to make his job difficult. I really did come thinking I could make it easier. If the white people realize what the alternative is, perhaps they will be more willing to hear Dr. King.". His 1964 statement urging black people to "submerge their differences and realize that it is best for us to first see that we have the same problem, a common problem – a problem that will make you catch hell whether you're a Baptist, or a Methodist, or a Muslim, or a nationalist." Minister MALCOLM X: Whether you are a Christian or a Muslim or a Nationalist, we all have the same problem. They don’t hang you because you’re a Baptist; they hang you ‘cause you’re black. They don’t attack me because I’m a Muslim; they attack me ‘cause I’m black. They attack all of us for the same reason; all of us catch hell from the same enemy. We’re all in the same bag, in the same boat. We suffer political oppression, economic exploitation, and social degradation, all of them from the same enemy. *The government has failed us; you can’t deny that. Anytime you live in the twentieth century, and you walkin’ around here singing “We Shall Overcome,” the government has failed us.
Black Nationalism Is The Answer! We have an
Organization For African American Unity (OAAU). Anyone born African or Of African descent.......  
Stockley Carmichael, whom had benefited from the teachings of both prophets, gave us a glimpse. Black Power or Black nationalism is nothing new, it is revolutionary. "It cannot consist of any whites americans and there can be no exception to this rule. We must learn to organize one another without any aide from whites." The Philosophy Of Black Independence reestablishes the assurance of somebodiness. It allows Africans born of this land to determine or seek out their own destinies through freewill oppose to bondage. (1.) A lie was told one day that everything black was ugly, sinister, and evil and everything white was beautiful, holy, and good. That is a lie! Don't let anybody tell you that! Be proud! You tell them. Yes I'm black!, I'm proud! I'm beautiful.   Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.                           
(2.) If you are waiting for the white race to set you free; you will never be free. Freedom is something that you have to do for yourself! Like the white man fought for his freedom from Great Britain And until you are ready, will to pay the price of freedom. You will be nothing but a second class citizen or what is known as a twentith-century slave. "What is the price of freedom? You may ask because I'll answer you. The price of freedom is death!    Minister Malcolm X (Elhadj Malik El-Shabazz).
(3.) How secure is a Nation without Military Defense? You have the right to keep and bear arms. It is your Second Amendment Right!
The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects a right to keep and bear arms.[1] The Second Amendment was adopted on December 15, 1791, along with the rest of the Bill of Rights.  
Civilian usage meaning
The right to keep and bear arms is often presented in the context of military service and the broader right of self defense. Whether this right pertains to individuals acting independently and/or the people acting collectively remains a matter of debate. On June 26, 2008, the Supreme Court of the United States, in a 5-4 decision, held that residents of the District of Columbia have an individual right to handguns for self-defense within the home in the case District of Columbia v. Heller while at the same time reaffirming a broad range of federal restrictions on firearms as being constitutional. Also, the large body of state based law regarding the right to firearms and restrictions on firearms remain largely unchanged, though the Supreme Court has granted certiorari to hear a case which asks that the 'individual right' precedence of Heller be applied for the first time against state law.

The people's right to have their own arms for their defense is described in the philosophical and political writings of Aristotle, Cicero, John Locke, Machiavelli, the English Whigs and others.[25] Though possessing arms appears to be distinct from "bearing" them, the possession of arms is recognized as necessary for and a logical precursor to the bearing of arms.[26]

Don Kates, a civil liberties lawyer, cites historic English usage describing the "right to keep and bear their private arms."[27]

Likewise, Sayoko Blodgett-Ford notes a non-military usage of the phrase in pamphlet widely circulated by the dissenting minority dating from the time of the Pennsylvania ratifying convention for the US Constitution:

"[T]he people have a right to bear arms for the defense of themselves and their own state, or the United States, or the purpose of killing game; and no law shall be passed for disarming the people or any of them, unless for crimes committed..."[28] 

 Say It Loud! "I Am Black And I'm Proud!"
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 Join The Arkansas Black Cats For Self Defense, Education, Employment, And Legislation. Arkansas Based Black Panther Party (ABBPP) 
Motto/Mission: "An Organization For African American Unity (OAAU)"
Our objective: Is to ensure survival programs aimed at physical, deeper spiritual, psychological, and ideological transformations among neighborhood men and women whom we hoped to mobilize.  As models of black self-determination and pride, the programs combine self-help and education in revolutionary diction with the free-spirited, animated public displays of political commitment that has become the sine qua non of Left culture, among blacks, in Akansas and much of the South.
We Share the same basic ten point program as other blackcats in America

The Ten Point Program was as follows:

  1. WE WANT FREEDOM. WE WANT POWER TO DETERMINE THE DESTINY OF OUR BLACK AND OPPRESSED COMMUNITIES. We believe that Black and oppressed people will not be free until we are able to determine our destinies in our own communities ourselves, by fully controlling all the institutions which exist in our communities.
  2. WE WANT FULL EMPLOYMENT FOR OUR PEOPLE. We believe that the federal government is responsible and obligated to give every person employment or a guaranteed income. We believe that if the American businessmen will not give full employment, then the technology and means of production should be taken from the businessmen and placed in the community so that the people of the community can organize and employ all of its people and give a high standard of living.
  3. WE WANT AN END TO THE ROBBERY BY THE CAPITALISTS OF OUR BLACK AND OPPRESSED COMMUNITIES. We believe that this racist government has robbed us and now we are demanding the overdue debt of forty acres and two mules. Forty acres and two mules were promised 100 years ago as restitution for slave labor and mass murder of Black people. We will accept the payment in currency which will be distributed to our many communities. The American racist has taken part in the slaughter of our fifty million Black people. Therefore, we feel this is a modest demand that we make.
  4. WE WANT DECENT HOUSING, FIT FOR THE SHELTER OF HUMAN BEINGS. We believe that if the landlords will not give decent housing to our Black and oppressed communities, then housing and the land should be made into cooperatives so that the people in our communities, with government aid, can build and make decent housing for the people.
  5. WE WANT DECENT EDUCATION FOR OUR PEOPLE THAT EXPOSES THE TRUE NATURE OF THIS DECADENT AMERICAN SOCIETY. WE WANT EDUCATION THAT TEACHES US OUR TRUE HISTORY AND OUR ROLE IN THE PRESENT-DAY SOCIETY. We believe in an educational system that will give to our people a knowledge of the self. If you do not have knowledge of yourself and your position in the society and in the world, then you will have little chance to know anything else.
  6. WE WANT COMPLETELY FREE HEALTH CARE FOR ALL BLACK AND OPPRESSED PEOPLE. We believe that the government must provide, free of charge, for the people, health facilities which will not only treat our illnesses, most of which have come about as a result of our oppression, but which will also develop preventive medical programs to guarantee our future survival. We believe that mass health education and research programs must be developed to give all Black and oppressed people access to advanced scientific and medical information, so we may provide our selves with proper medical attention and care.
  7. WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO POLICE BRUTALITY AND MURDER OF BLACK PEOPLE, OTHER PEOPLE OF COLOR, All OPPRESSED PEOPLE INSIDE THE UNITED STATES. We believe that the racist and fascist government of the United States uses its domestic enforcement agencies to carry out its program of oppression against black people, other people of color and poor people inside the united States. We believe it is our right, therefore, to defend ourselves against such armed forces and that all Black and oppressed people should be armed for self defense of our homes and communities against these fascist police forces.
  8. WE WANT AN IMMEDIATE END TO ALL WARS OF AGGRESSION. We believe that the various conflicts which exist around the world stem directly from the aggressive desire of the United States ruling circle and government to force its domination upon the oppressed people of the world. We believe that if the United States government or its lackeys do not cease these aggressive wars it is the right of the people to defend themselves by any means necessary against their aggressors.
  9. WE WANT FREEDOM FOR ALL BLACK AND OPPRESSED PEOPLE NOW HELD IN U. S. FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY, CITY AND MILITARY PRISONS AND JAILS. WE WANT TRIALS BY A JURY OF PEERS FOR All PERSONS CHARGED WITH SO-CALLED CRIMES UNDER THE LAWS OF THIS COUNTRY. We believe that the many Black and poor oppressed people now held in United States prisons and jails have not received fair and impartial trials under a racist and fascist judicial system and should be free from incarceration. We believe in the ultimate elimination of all wretched, inhuman penal institutions, because the masses of men and women imprisoned inside the United States or by the United States military are the victims of oppressive conditions which are the real cause of their imprisonment. We believe that when persons are brought to trial they must be guaranteed, by the United States, juries of their peers, attorneys of their choice and freedom from imprisonment while awaiting trial.
  10. WE WANT LAND, BREAD, HOUSING, EDUCATION, CLOTHING, JUSTICE, PEACE AND PEOPLE'S COMMUNITY CONTROL OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY. When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bonds which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that, whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute a new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown that mankind are most disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a long train of abuses and usurpation, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.[16]


"This country is a nation of thieves. It stole everything it has, beginning with black people. The U.S. cannot justify its existence as the policeman of the world any longer. I do not want to be a part of the American pie. The American pie means raping South Africa, beating Vietnam, beating South America, raping the Philippines, raping every country you’ve been in. I don’t want any of your blood money. I don’t want to be part of that system. We must question whether or not we want this country to continue being the wealthiest country in the world at the price of raping everybody else."

Stokely Carmichael, Honorary Prime Minister [17]

Survival programs: We intend to perfect the programs of the past concerning drug & alcohol, prevention and intervention, by adding psychotherapy to help clients learn to accept, appreciate, and transform their experience for two main reasons.

(1.) To prevent relapse and re-addiction, in light of sobriety.

(2.) To encourage prevetion/intervention for (current/past) addicts and their families.


ABBPP is working to combine an anti-drug message with revolutionary politics. Independent African Press 2010

Inspired by Mao Zedong's advice to revolutionaries in the The Little Red Book, Newton called on the Panthers to "serve the people" and to make "survival programs" a priority within its branches. The most famous and successful of their programs was the Free Breakfast for Children Program, initially run out of an Oakland church. Millere and Gaines has vowed to not only follow these techniques but to do greater to meet a greater harvest than in the past.

Other survival programs intended will be free services such as clothing distribution, classes on politics and economics, free psychotherapy, free counseling-therapy, free medical clinics, lessons on self-defense and first aid, transportation to upstate prisons for family members of inmates, an emergency-response ambulance program, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and testing for sickle-cell disease.[18]

The Psychology Of White Supremacist And Breed Of Lynchings & Murders.
See young white racist & beatings below! Click on the links.
Get Your Guns! The White Man Has His! And He Is Ganging up on us to kill us!
"Byrd Murdered By White Supremacist and nothing is done about it."
James Byrd, Jr.
Born May 2, 1949(1949-05-02)
Jasper, Texas U.S.A
Died June 7, 1998 (aged 49)
Jasper, Texas U.S.A.

James Byrd, Jr. (May 2, 1949 – June 7, 1998) was an African-American who was murdered in Jasper, Texas, on June 7, 1998. The murderers, Shawn Allen Berry, Lawrence Russell Brewer, and John William King, wrapped a heavy logging chain around his ankles, hooked the chain to a pickup truck, and then dragged Byrd about three miles along a macadam pavement as the truck swerved from side to side. Death came when Byrd's body hit the edge of a culvert, which cut off his arm and head. The murderers unchained his torso and left it on the shoulder of the road in front of the town's black cemetery. His lynching-by-dragging gave impetus to passage of a Texas hate crimes law, and, later, the federal hate crimes law, officially known as the October 22, 2009 Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, commonly known as the "Matthew Shepard Act". President Barack Obama signed the bill into law on October 28, 2009.

DALLAS — Two white suspects cleared in the death of a black man who was allegedly dragged beneath a vehicle are suing the Texas officials who kept them jailed for more than eight months.

The federal lawsuit filed this week seeks at least $4 million for Shannon Finley and Ryan Crostley, once the main suspects in the 2008 death of their friend, Brandon McClelland.

Authorities accused the men of running down the 24-year-old and dragging his body as far as 70 feet beneath a pickup truck. But murder charges were eventually dropped because of a lack of evidence.

A gravel truck driver gave a sworn statement that he might have accidentally run over McClelland.

McClelland’s gruesome death touched off protests that brought hundreds of demonstrators to Paris, about 90 miles northeast of Dallas.

Murder Charges Dropped In Black Man's Dragging Death

(AP/George Strawn, The Paris News)
Shannon Finley (left) and Charles Ryan Crostley seen outside the Lamar County Jail.

DALLAS (AP) Two white men accused of killing a black man in a racially charged dragging death in East Texas were released from jail Thursday after murder charges were dismissed, the prosecutor said.

Shannon Finley and Charles Crostley were released Thursday afternoon in Paris after a judge granted the special prosecutor's motion to dismiss the case. The two men had been charged with fatally striking 24-year-old Brandon McClelland with a pickup truck in September following the trio's late-night beer run to Oklahoma.

The case was hampered by a lack of eyewitnesses and physical evidence. Last month, a gravel truck driver gave a sworn statement acknowledging he might have accidentally run over McClelland.

Special prosecutor Toby Shook said the investigation will continue, and that Finley and Crostley have no restrictions on their freedom. The gravel truck driver is unlikely to face charges.

"After investigation, it has been determined this case should be dismissed in the interests of justice," Shook said. "The decision is about the state of the evidence in the case as it exists today."

The dismissal was met with incredulity by civil rights activists who had protested how county authorities handled the case.

"His body was dragged and nobody gets charged?" said Brenda Cherry, a Paris resident and the president of Concerned Citizens for Racial Equality. "Even if a trucker came forward, that's all it takes? Even the trucker's not charged? If you hit someone, you don't get charged? Nobody gets charged with this?

"It's not surprising, but it's sad. It appears that a black man's life means nothing here in Paris."

Attorneys for the two former defendants also said they were not surprised their clients were freed — albeit for different reasons.

"I believed all along there was insufficiency of the evidence," said Ben Massar, Finley's attorney. "The facts in this case did not add up to these two kids being guilty of the charge."

Finley and Crostley had been unable to post their bonds and had remained in the Lamar County jail since being arrested last year. Finley's trial had been scheduled to begin next month, with Crostley's to follow in September.

"He was very happy. He knew that this was going to happen," Massar said of Finley. "He was a little disappointed it took so long, but he was very grateful."

Crostley's attorney said both defense lawyers worked closely with Shook to get the dismissal.

"I think it's very simple," said David Turner, Crostley's lawyer. "These fellows didn't do it."

Authorities had said Finley, Crostley and McClelland were friends who drove across the Oklahoma border for beer in September. They argued on the way back about whether Finley was too drunk to drive, and McClelland got out of the car to walk home.

Authorities alleged that Finley then ran down McClelland, whose body was caught under the truck and dragged about 70 feet. His mangled body was found along a country road.

The racial implications of the case reminded some of the East Texas dragging death of James Byrd in Jasper 11 years ago and brought out about 200 protesters, many of them from the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panther Party. The rally last year also attracted at least one acknowledged member of the Ku Klux Klan to Paris, about 90 miles northeast of Dallas.

The protest was not the first event indicating a racial problems in Paris, which is about 73 percent white and 22 percent black. In 2007, a black girl was sentenced to up to seven years in a juvenile prison hundreds of miles from her home for shoving a teacher's aide at school, while a white girl was sentenced by the same judge to probation for burning down her parents' house. The case drew international media attention.

In March, civil rights attorneys alleged discrimination at a pipe fabrication facility that employs about 700 workers in Paris. Two black workers alleged widespread racism and said supervisors did not respond to complaints about racist graffiti, nooses and slurs.

"Hopefully this will go some distance in healing race relations in Paris," Turner said. "It was not motivated by race or any criminal intent. It was just a tragic accident."

Deric Muhammad, a Nation of Islam member form Houston who helped organize last year's protest, called the dismissal "too see-through, too weak, too cellophane."

"I guess that's just small-town Texas law," Muhammad said.

Shook said he spoke with Jacquline McClelland, Brandon's mother, to tell her he was dismissing charges. Her voicemail box was full, and a friend told The Associated Press she was not at home.

(AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
Jacquline McClelland with a photo of her son Brandon McClelland

"As you can imagine, Ms. McClelland is very upset over this entire process," Shook said. "She is a very brave woman and she is trying to deal with all these issues. Your heart goes out to her because she has lost her son. She is having to continue to deal with his death and having someone brought to justice in it. It is a frustrating experience."
Huey Percy Newton
Born February 17, 1942(1942-02-17)
Monroe, Louisiana, USA
Died August 22, 1989 (aged 47)
Oakland, California, USA
Education UC Santa Cruz, Ph.D. (1980)
Occupation Activist
Political party Black Panther Party
Spouse(s) Gwen Fontaine (1974–1983)
Fredrika Newton (1984–1989

 On August 22, 1989, Newton was fatally shot on the 1400 block of 9th street in West Oakland by a 24-year-old Black Guerilla Family member, Tyrone Robinson.[13] Robinson was convicted of the murder in August 1991 and sentenced to 32 years for the crime.[14] Official accounts claimed that the killer was a known drug dealer in Oakland.[3]

Huey Percy Newton (February 17, 1942 – August 22, 1989), was co-founder and leader of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense, an African-American organization established to promote Black Power, civil rights and self-defense

Huey Newton was born in Monroe, Louisiana to Armelia and Walter Newton, a sharecropper and Baptist minister respectively. Huey was the youngest child in his family, and was named after Huey Long. Newton's family moved to California when he was three. Despite completing his secondary education at Oakland Technical High School, Newton did not know how to read. During his course of self-study, he struggled to read Plato's Republic, which he understood after persistently reading it through five times. It was this success, he told an interviewer, that was the spark that caused him to become a leader.[1] Newton once claimed he studied law to become a better burglar. As a teenager, he was arrested several times for minor offences and supported himself in college by burglarizing homes in the Oakland and Berkeley Hills areas and committing other petty crime. By age 14, he had been arrested for gun possession and vandalism.[2] 

Medgar Wiley Evers
Born July 2, 1925(1925-07-02)
Decatur, Mississippi, U.S.
Died June 12, 1963 (aged 37)
Jackson, Mississippi, U.S.
Occupation activist
Spouse(s) Myrlie Evers-Williams 1951–1963 (his death)
Children Three
His Life
Medgar Evers was born July 2, 1925 in Decatur, Mississippi, the son of James Evers (also known as "joe blow") who was the owner of a small farm and a sawmill worker, and a devout woman named Jessie. James, as well as Medgar's maternal great-grandfather Joseph Evers were two men that also fought for their freedom. Evers was the third of four children, after Charles, and Elizabeth. babe Ruth was the youngest.[3] The family was rounded out by Eva Lee and Gene (who were Jessie’s children from a prior marriage).

Researching the Past To Understand Our Present. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr & Minister Malcolm X: A Common Solution.
 Lesson Plan: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X: A Common Solution?  
King and Malcolm X                                            
Late President Lyndon Baines Johnson, also, responsible for the deaths of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reverend Minister Malcolm X (or Elhadj-Malik Elshabazz)