In New Book, Civil Rights Lawyer Benjamin Crump Takes On ‘Legalized Genocide’

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump remembers being bused to a predominantly white school in Lumberton, North Carolina, in 1979. Crump and his white classmates played with each other and were cordial in class. Things were very different during lunch hour, however, when segregation became obvious. Most of the African American students came from poor families, … More In New Book, Civil Rights Lawyer Benjamin Crump Takes On ‘Legalized Genocide’

He Came To Be Part of Healing Ferguson, Now He’s Hoping A Coffee House Will Help

Jonathan Tremaine Thomas is not originally from Ferguson. He’s not even from the St. Louis region or Missouri. Thomas, a North Carolina native, moved here from Indianapolis in 2014, in the wake of Michael Brown’s killing and the ensuing unrest. The pastor and entrepreneur says he came to Ferguson not in spite of Ferguson’s troubles, … More He Came To Be Part of Healing Ferguson, Now He’s Hoping A Coffee House Will Help