Thursday, April 16, 2015

John Malveaux: Margaret Madden shared this story: The Washington Post: 150 years after Appomattox, a startling discovery [Hannah Reynolds died free]

The Washington Post: "The Rev. Alfred L. Jones III poses April 1 in front of the reconstructed slave quarters behind the McLean House on the grounds of Appomattox Court House National Historical Park in Appomattox, Va. Jones delivered the eulogy for former slave Hannah Reynolds, whose death will be remembered during the 150th anniversary of the Civil War’s end. (Steve Helber/AP)"

The Washington Post: "The hearse heads into the sunset."

John Malveaux of 

Margaret Madden, City of Long Beach Neighborhood Resource Center, shared this story with Long Beach Central Area Association. See

MusicUNTOLD is the event production arm of LBCAA and MusicUNTOLD has scheduled a Free FREEDOM CONCERT to celebrate the 150th anniversary of END of CIVIL WAR and 13th Amendment ABOLISH SLAVERY on May 24, 2015 at Hall of Liberty-Hollywood Forest Lawn with preconcert lecture at 5:00PM and concert at 6:00PM. The concert is supported by Employee Community Fund of the Boeing Company, Colburn Foundation, and Rainey/Pierson Property Management. See attachment
John Malveaux

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