[nfbwatlk] Are our rights to speak freely on airplanes still intact?
k7uij at panix.com
Thu Mar 26 18:26:55 UTC 2015
In every struggle by minorities to achieve equality in society, there have
always been those who favored a "go-along, get-along" stratagem and those
who favored out-and-out confrontation. In the case of the fight for
first-class citizenship by African-americans, Booker T. Washington and
W.E.B. Dubois come to mind as proponents of these two approaches.
From: nfbwatlk [mailto:nfbwatlk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Debby
Phillips via nfbwatlk
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2015 11:05 AM
To: Mary ellen; semisweetdebby at gmail.com; nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org
Subject: Re: [nfbwatlk] Are our rights to speak freely on airplanes still
Thanks Mary Ellen for understanding my question, and for expressing yourself
so clearly. Everybody was like, well, we don't want to making the flight
attendants feel threatened, etc.
etc. I guess I'll have to decide during the moment whether I will politely
but firmly try to keep my cane or take other legal
action afterward, should the situation occur. Peace, Debby
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