Freedom's Ring

Author: Heidi Chiavaroli

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Features information about religious freedom in the United States, provided by the Seventh-day Adventist Church State Council. Highlights related legislative activities and offers access to news, audio files, and Web sites.

Freedom’s Ring

Literatures of Liberation from Civil Rights to the Second Wave

Author: Jacqueline Foertsch

Publisher: Rutgers University Press


Category: History

Page: 218

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Freedom’s Ring examines the debate between “freedom” and “equality” in popular texts from the Black Power, antiwar/ counterculture, and women’s liberation movements of the 1960s and 1970s. Its central finding is that although many struggled and died for it in the civil rights era, freedom (e.g., the vote, integrated bus rides, sex without consequences via the Pill) is ultimately free—costing officialdom little if anything to fully implement—while equality (with respect to jobs, salaries, education, housing, and health care) will forever be the much more expensive nut to crack.

Let Freedom Ring!

Author: Apostle Emmett W. Bright

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Religion

Page: 48

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This book is the author’s humble effort to communicate an encounter with God that continued approximately seven days. Over thirty years later, the understanding of the vision was now being revealed. Regardless of the date of your birth, a lot of history occurred before your arrival. Many of the questions you may have asked yourself and others may be answered in this book. I believe that at least one of the answers to why there is so much hatred and division in our world will be discovered by you, the reader-either new discoveries or confirmations of your current understanding. This book explains the horrible state of relationships in the world today. It will identify the instigator of hatred and division and how he accomplished that mission. It will also unveil the initiator of love and unity and the method used to fulfill the promised restitution of all things.

Let Freedom Ring?

Story of Naga Nationalism

Author: A. S. Atai Shimray

Publisher: Bibliophile South Asia


Category: Nationalism

Page: 366

View: 758

On political conditions of Nāgāland, India after formation of National Socialist Council of Nagaland in 1980.

Let Freedom Ring

A History of the Jews in the United States

Author: Seymour Rossel

Publisher: Behrman House, Inc


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 221

Three centuries of political, social, and religious experiences show how Jews contributed to life in America; for grades 5-7.

Let Freedom Ring!

A Manual Adapting to Use in Classroom and Assembly, and in the Local Broadcasting Station, the Radio Series, Let Freedom Ring, Presenting Dramatically Our Civil Rights Under the Constitution, as Broadcast from Coast to Coast Under the Auspices of the Office of Education

Author: United States. Office of Education



Category: Radio

Page: 83

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Let Freedom Ring

A Collection of Documents from the Movements to Free U.S. Political Prisoners

Author: Matt Meyer

Publisher: PM Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 912

View: 468

Let Freedom Ring presents a two-decade sweep of essays, analyses, histories, interviews, resolutions, People’s Tribunal verdicts, and poems by and about the scores of U.S. political prisoners and the campaigns to safeguard their rights and secure their freedom. In addition to an extensive section on the campaign to free death-row journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal, represented here are the radical movements that have most challenged the U.S. empire from within: Black Panthers and other Black liberation fighters, Puerto Rican independentistas, Indigenous sovereignty activists, white anti-imperialists, environmental and animal rights militants, Arab and Muslim activists, Iraq war resisters, and others. Contributors in and out of prison detail the repressive methods—from long-term isolation to sensory deprivation to politically inspired parole denial—used to attack these freedom fighters, some still caged after 30+ years. This invaluable resource guide offers inspiring stories of the creative, and sometimes winning, strategies to bring them home. Contributors include: Mumia Abu-Jamal, Dan Berger, Dhoruba Bin-Wahad, Bob Lederer, Terry Bisson, Laura Whitehorn, Safiya Bukhari, The San Francisco 8, Angela Davis, Bo Brown, Bill Dunne, Jalil Muntaqim, Susie Day, Luis Nieves Falcón, Ninotchka Rosca, Meg Starr, Assata Shakur, Jill Soffiyah Elijah, Jan Susler, Chrystos, Jose Lopez, Leonard Peltier, Marilyn Buck, Oscar López Rivera, Sundiata Acoli, Ramona Africa, Linda Thurston, Desmond Tutu, Mairead Corrigan Maguire and many more.

Let Freedom Ring

Author: Al Lacy

Publisher: Multnomah


Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 659

Young Russian Vladimir Petrovna is always minutes away from disaster. He is a Christian in a pagan country that exacts extreme penalties from believers. His farm is nearly destroyed by blight and he cannot pay the taxes he owes. And he is a husband and father of three whose daughter is secretly in love with a Cossack-one of the very soldiers who persecute families like Vladimir's. Though he may lose everything he loves, Vladimir must trust God as he navigates his river of trouble. When he finally arrives in the "land of the free and the home of the brave," his destiny-and faith-is changed forever.

Let Freedom Ring

Stanley Tretick's Iconic Images of the March on Washington

Author: Kitty Kelley

Publisher: Macmillan


Category: Photography

Page: 176

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A bestselling author and legendary photographer present an illuminating look at a pivotal moment in our nation's history: The March on Washington Despite the heat and humidity, people came in droves from across the country and around the world, heading for the towering spire of the Washington Monument in our nation's capital. All of the marchers—black, white, Christian, and Jew—shared the same dream: freedom and equality for 19 million African Americans. Almost 300,000 strong, the marchers poured into Washington, D.C., to bear witness, to hear the immortal words of Martin Luther King, Jr., and to petition Congress to pass the President's Civil Rights bill. Stanley Tretick, a seasoned photojournalist best known for his iconic images of President Kennedy and his family, was also in the crowd, drawing inspiration from the historic scenes unfolding before him. In this magnificent book, his stirring photographs of that day are published for the first time. Accompanied by an insightful essay and captions from bestselling author Kitty Kelley, as well as a moving foreword by Marian Wright Edelman, Let Freedom Ring commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the March on Washington and celebrates the crescendo of the Civil Rights movement in America.

Let Freedom Ring

Author: June Summers

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc


Category: Fiction

Page: 328

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When Avery Archer, an eleven-year-old boy, telephones Ken Driscoll, a young accountant, and pleads for help in escaping from his kidnappers, Ken thinks the boy is playing a sick prank. But after several daily calls, Ken truly believes the boy is in danger. When Ken contacts the local police for assistance, he learns Avery was abducted sixty-seven years ago and eaten by alligators in a nearby lake. Were they just prank telephone calls in the middle of the night, or was it a desperate cry for help? The calls eventually force Ken to examine what is important in his life. His job? His relationship with his fiancée? Or the life of the boy at the end of the telephone line?