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Weekly Biography

Julian Bond

Julian Bond was born on January 14, 1940, in Nashville, Tennessee. He became a civil rights activist while in college. In 1965, he was elected to Georgia's state legislature, but his opposition to the war in Vietnam meant that it would take a U.S. Supreme Court ruling for him to be allowed to take his seat. Bond later served as the head of the Southern Poverty Law Center and of the NAACP. Bond died on August 15, 2015 at the age of 75.

 

 

Biography Archive

 

Tickle The Rain

The Blues City Cultural Center preformed Tickle The Rain by Levi Frazier.  A story about little Ike (E'kay) striking our on a dangerous quest to save his village. 

 

BRS visits Brookdale

BRS Student Council Members participated in a service and learning field trip to Brookdale Senior Living Solutions in Cordova. The students and residents had a great time meeting and making crafts.

 

Free / inexpensive things to do this summer

 

 

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