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8 1 Sep 22, 2017

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30 2 Sep 22, 2017

He done did it again from behind them walls also, #bwa free #kevingates #byanymeans2 #louisiana iamkevingates

0 0 Sep 22, 2017

Credit to thedayafter2016 - Not so long ago: In 1960 the all-white Louisiana State Board of Education threatened stern disciplinary action against any student who participated in a sit-in. Felton Clark, President of Southern University (SU), the all Black college in Baton Rouge, also told students they would be expelled if they did so. On March 28, 1960 seven SU students were arrested for sitting-in at Kress lunch counter. Charged with disturbing the peace, their bail was set at $1,500. Reverend T.J. Jemison, leader of the Baton Rouge Bus Boycott, raised the bond amount and the students were released. The next day, nine students were arrested for sitting-in at the bus terminal. That following day, led by SU student and CORE supporter Major Johns, 3500 students walked out of class and marched to the state Capitol to protest. Major Johns and the 16 students were arrested for sitting in and were indefinitely suspended from SU, barred from all public colleges and universities in the state of Louisiana. In response, the students called for a boycott of classes until the students were reinstated. The SU administration tried to break the boycott. The parents, fearing for the safety of their children, began pulling their children out of the SU. The boycott evolved into a mass withdrawal and over the weekend of April 2nd, hundreds of students left SU and hundreds of others want to leave but were unable to do so due to a lack of funds for bus fare. The boycott eventually faltered but some students permanently withdrew from SU while others returned to class. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the disturbing the peace convictions of the 16 students. In 2004, 44 years after being expelled those expelled students were awarded honorary degrees by Southern University and the state legislature enacted a resolution honoring them. #southernuniversity #su4life #subr #feltonclark #sitin #sitins #kress #kresslunchcounter #batonrouge #busboycott #louisiana #hbcu #swac #notsolongago #nsla #TheVitiligoGangsta

6 1 Sep 22, 2017

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1 0 Sep 22, 2017

Not so long ago: In 1960 the all-white Louisiana State Board of Education threatened stern disciplinary action against any student who participated in a sit-in. Felton Clark, President of Southern University (SU), the all Black college in Baton Rouge, also told students they would be expelled if they did so. On March 28, 1960 seven SU students were arrested for sitting-in at Kress lunch counter. Charged with disturbing the peace, their bail was set at $1,500. Reverend T.J. Jemison, leader of the Baton Rouge Bus Boycott, raised the bond amount and the students were released. The next day, nine students were arrested for sitting-in at the bus terminal. That following day, led by SU student and CORE supporter Major Johns, 3500 students walked out of class and marched to the state Capitol to protest. Major Johns and the 16 students were arrested for sitting in and were indefinitely suspended from SU, barred from all public colleges and universities in the state of Louisiana. In response, the students called for a boycott of classes until the students were reinstated. The SU administration tried to break the boycott. The parents, fearing for the safety of their children, began pulling their children out of the SU. The boycott evolved into a mass withdrawal and over the weekend of April 2nd, hundreds of students left SU and hundreds of others want to leave but were unable to do so due to a lack of funds for bus fare. The boycott eventually faltered but some students permanently withdrew from SU while others returned to class. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the disturbing the peace convictions of the 16 students. In 2004, 44 years after being expelled those expelled students were awarded honorary degrees by Southern University and the state legislature enacted a resolution honoring them. #southernuniversity #su4life #subr #feltonclark #sitin #sitins #kress #kresslunchcounter #batonrouge #busboycott #louisiana #hbcu #swac #notsolongago #nsla

11 0 Sep 22, 2017
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