Fred Shuttlesworth
fred shuttlesworth
2011
October
latimes.com
8 years ago
Fred Shuttlesworth was the last of the civil rights movement's 'Big Three.' With the Revs. Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph David Abernathy, he founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957. Civil rights leaders the Rev. ...
tucsoncitizen.com
8 years ago
Fred Shuttlesworth, 89, who helped organize the Freedom Rides that challenged segregation in the South, makes Lowery the oldest surviving leader of the non-violent demonstrations of the 1950s and 1960s. Lowery, a native of Huntsville, Ala., ...
theroot.com
8 years ago
Fred Shuttlesworth Wednesday -- not to mention the death of Apple leader Steve Jobs -- when we heard news of another tragic loss: the death Wednesday of legal scholar and writer Derrick Bell, Jr. A publicist for the New York University School of Law, ...
newsday.com
8 years ago
Click here Fred Shuttlesworth, rights leader, dies Published: October 5, 2011 10:04 PM By JAY REEVES. The Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- At one end of the fire hose were officers deployed by Bull Connor, the notoriously racist police commissioner ...
washingtonpost.com
8 years ago
Fred L. Shuttlesworth has died at 89 Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. SuperFan badge holders consistently post smart, timely comments about Washington ...
npr.org
8 years ago
CONAN: I know the column you're working on today is on Fred Shuttlesworth, of course closely associated with Birmingham, but a man with an Ohio connection as well. SCHULTZ: Mm-hmm. It's not the column I'm writing because I was already writing my column ...
September
chron.com
8 years ago
Fred Shuttlesworth's children say their father's Birmingham legacy is secure, and the ailing civil rights icon does not need charity. The Birmingham News reports (http://bit.ly/pGf7q8) that Shuttlesworth's four children, who live in Cincinnati, ...
blog.al.com
8 years ago
By Joseph D. Bryant -- The Birmingham News During the civil rights movement, Fred Shuttlesworth led sit-ins on segregated buses and was beaten by a mob while trying to integrate Phillips High School. Birmingham city leaders and the wife of the ailing ...