C.t. Vivian

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C. T. Vivian Day declared in Jackson

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - America lost a giant in the civil right movement in 2020, with the passing of Rev. C.T Vivian. His name may not be as familiar as Rev. Doctor Martin Luther King, Junior, but King, himself, called Vivian “the greatest preacher to ever live”. Vivian’s daughter was...
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Political Rewind: New Memoir Of Civil Rights Leader C.T. Vivian Chronicles A Life 'In The Action'

Thursday on Political Rewind: It has been nearly one year since the passing of two of the country’s greatest civil rights leaders. One of them, Rep. John Lewis, was a man whose name was known around the world. The other was C.T. Vivian, whose courage and leadership played a key role during crucial moments of the civil rights movement.
Atlanta, GAPosted by
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Memoir Of Civil Rights Leader C.T. Vivian Released

An Alabama publisher has released the memoir of the late civil rights leader C.T. Vivian of Atlanta months after his death. The Montgomery-based NewSouth Books said “It’s in the Action: Memories of a Nonviolent Warrior” is now available. Vivian wrote the 224-page book with Steve Fiffer before his death last year.
Macomb, ILnews3wiu.com

Local activist to open center in honor of C.T. Vivian

MACOMB, Illinois (NEWS3)- A local activist is honoring a trailblazer of the Civil Rights Movement by opening a community center. McDonough County NAACP President Byron Oden-Shabazz said Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian’s example as a leader and a blueprint for the greater goal, has inspired him to create and open up a community center in Vivian’s name.
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In images and words of rebirth, a poignant tribute to civil rights giants John Lewis and C.T. Vivian

Are the flowers that bloom in the spring the same as those that died in the frost? "The Baptism," a video artwork featuring a poem by Carl Hancock Rux and directed by artist Carrie Mae Weems, opens with that parable. We are not the same nor are we different, the flowers say: "When conditions are sufficient we manifest and when conditions are not we go into hiding."