The Urban League Of Eastern Massachusetts hosted a Panel Forum “50 Years Later: Why Are We Still Fighting” to discuss Post-Civil Rights Era and Current Events. Guests including Mimi Ford, Civil Rights Activist and Wendy Wilson, Managing Editor of Ebony Magazine.
Mimi Ford, was fortunate to tell her first-hand experience with us of having acid poured on her and others in a pool during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Unfortunately, she told us that the man who committed shameful crime was not brought to justice, even till his death which was two years ago.
Here is video footage of the Panel Discussion
A big thank you to Suffolk University Law School and fellow 1L student Nehemie Cange for making this event possible.
To learn about this event and others hosted by the Urban League go to www.ulem.org. Also go to their Facebook page at facebook.com/UrbanLeagueofMassachusetts
To follow Wendy Wilson and Ebony Magazine go to www.ebonymagazine.com
For more of my photos, go to my Flickr Album: Urban League of Massachusetts CRA 50th
Faisal (Fay-zl) is an undergrad at Suffolk University, where he is earning his bachelors in business. And in his free time, he enjoys to paint beautiful tapestries–He considers painting as an avid hobby.
Faisal first began painting when he was a little kid. And once he a picked up a paintbrush, he could never put it down.
He truly believes that art comes from within, and if you have a strong conviction in painting, he says, go out there and just do it because there is no right or wrong way to paint. “It’s art!” he says.
Faisal has future aspirations to one day open his vey own art gallery. And until then, he continues to showcase his artwork anywhere and everywhere in Boston, Ma.
If you wish to contact Faisal to commission your next artwork, or if you wish to follow his artwork, go to his Instagram account: @faisalkheriji (www.instagram.com/faisalkheriji)
Also go to www.urbusinessnetwork.com to listen to my radio talks and interviews
In this video, I’m having lunch at a well-renown restaurant in Boston called “Saigon Hut” while explaining my plans for the fall, which might be my last video till December.
This fall I will be starting my law school education at Suffolk University. During that time I will keep blogging but only for a limited time. I will be posting weekly spiritual digest (almost every sunday), radio talks and video interviews from UR Business Network, and occasional miscellaneous blogs.
I also plan to create a new blog on my site called “Prince’s BriefCase.” In law school, I will be doing a ton of case briefs, so what better way to enhance my learning then to blog about law cases. So look out for that!
Again Thank You for all of your support, and please browse through my website for political editorials, headlines news, pictures, and interviews.
Prince in The City (YouTube Channel):
Asante Sefa-Boakye, Waterpolo Team Captain and Student at Cal-Lutheran
“How to Blog” w/ Prince in The City
Prince in The City Radio Show:
Dr. Sariel Birnbaum speaks on the War in Gaza
Leland Cheung for Lt. Governor
Uncategorized: Finally Made It Home!; Back on that Boston Grind; Time for Reflection (#RIPRobinWilliams #RIPLeeThompsonYoung); My Acceptance to Suffolk University School of Law; Valerie and Geo’s Wedding Day!
WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK….
This week I will not be providing any content on my site at all, except from last weekend. So please visit my previous post(s) by clicking on any one of these links above–and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel and follow me on Instagram!
Here are some of my photos that I captured at Valerie and Geo’s Wedding!
Congratulation To You Both!
After much anticipation, contemplation, & deliberation. I am pleased to announce that I will be going to Suffolk Law School this fall to pursue my Juris Doctorate–which is right in the heart of Boston!
I would like to say “Thank You” to God, my family, and all of you who have supported me and prayed for me during this process. Not only am I a political correspondent but a law school student too!?! Man I have to say, “this year will be an exciting year!”; I am really thinking about creating a new website called, “www.princesdailyLAWjournal.com” lol. However, I do recognize that this year, especially being the first year of law school, will be challenging–so I will not be investing too much time on my website when school starts.
Here is a special list of people, that I want to thank, who made this achievement possible: Mom, Dad, Suneal Bedi, Esq. Mark Fisher, Victor Marsh, Hon. Judge John A. Houston, Drew Dudley, Trimaine Davis, LaDarrel Hagans, Sharine Jones, and my LSAT tutor Lee Spriggs (I could not have done it without you)!
Thank you Suffolk University again for accepting me and I am looking forward to a great and academically challenging year!