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Many are attracted to social service - the rewards are immediate, the gratification quick. But if we have social justice, we won't need social service. ---->>>

Violence is black children going to school for 12 years and receiving 6 years' worth of education.

Violence is black children going to school for 12 years and receiving 6 years' worth of education.

As skills and energy became more of a demand, people who didn't have skills just got left behind, got shuttled to the side. Education didn't keep up with their promise. Education didn't prepare them for this new world. Jobs went overseas.

As skills and energy became more of a demand, people who didn't have skills just got left behind, got shuttled to the side. Education didn't keep up with their promise. Education didn't prepare them for this new world. Jobs went overseas.

Black reporters are as capable of racism as anyone else. ---->>>

The First Amendment means everything to me. ---->>>

There is a thin line between politics and theatricals.

There is a thin line between politics and theatricals.

I tell young people to prepare themselves as best they can for a world that grows more challenging every day-get the best education they can, and couple that education with real-life experience in social justice work.

I tell young people to prepare themselves as best they can for a world that grows more challenging every day-get the best education they can, and couple that education with real-life experience in social justice work.

Any time someone carries a picket sign in front of the White House, that is the First Amendment in action. ---->>>

And I've tried to give us a higher profile. Typically, at a board meeting, we'd pass resolutions about the civil-rights issue of the day, but we'd never tell anyone. So I've instituted a policy of announcing our resolutions at the end of our meetings. ---->>>

But even at the height of these scandals, even at the time when our finances were at their worst, the NAACP branches - the grassroots - kept plugging away. They kept doing what they do, and they do it well. ---->>>

Ever since I've become chairman, there have been profiles of me in People, George, The Washington Post, The Detroit News, and all of them could have been written by the same person. ---->>>

I do think that some of us began to realize that this was going to be a long struggle that was going to go on for decades, and you'd have to knuckle down. A lot of people in our generation did that. They didn't drop out and run away. ---->>>

As legal slavery passed, we entered into a permanent period of unemployment and underemployment from which we have yet to emerge.

As legal slavery passed, we entered into a permanent period of unemployment and underemployment from which we have yet to emerge.

I've appeared on a weekly syndicated television show since 1980. ---->>>

You know, I come from six generations of college graduates. ---->>>

I was a Georgia state legislator for a great many years. ---->>>

Griffin Bell later apologized to me for that decision. ---->>>

The war in Iraq has as much to do with terrorism as the administration has to do with compassion.

The war in Iraq has as much to do with terrorism as the administration has to do with compassion.

I now teach at American University and the University of Virginia. ---->>>

I want to step up our voter-registration activities. Not every branch does it, and not all the time. I want them to go back and get out the vote because I want us to have a big impact on the Congressional elections this year. ---->>>

The president of the branch in Atlanta was a pastor of a church, the Reverend Sam Williams, a wonderful guy. He was middle-class and fairly militant for the time and place. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-14, 1940
Birthplace:
Die: 2015-08-15
Occupation: Activist
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Horace Julian Bond (January 14, 1940 – August 15, 2015) was an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) (wikipedia)