Web exclusive footage with NAACP Chair Julian Bond

Filed By IN THE LIFE | October 29, 2008 8:00 PM | comments

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Tags: election 2008, Equality for All, IN THE LIFE, Julian Bond, NAACP, voting rights

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In this exclusive footage, NAACP Chair Julian Bond and Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart discuss the common ties of The Civil Rights and LGBT Civil Rights movements. Bond speaks of the divisive tactics used in the 2004 election and offers a stirring reminder of all Americans' common humanity.

What hangs in the balance Tuesday, November 4th, is nothing short of whether this nation is going to live up to its founding promise of equality for all.

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Equality! Our strength is in our unity and diversity. All of us our beautiful. Keb' Mo's music video for "America the Beautiful" reminded me of what to be proud of and to believe in - Americans of all types!

Opps here is the link to the "America the Beautiful" video.

Julian Bond is a hero - not just for our community but for civil rights in general.