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In hoc signo vinces.

Updated 8-28-2015

Aug. 28, 1963: Sanitizing MLK

Martin Luther King/August 28 1963: This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children. It would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the moment. This sweltering summer of the Negro’s legitimate discontent will not pass until there is an invigorating autumn of freedom and equality. Nineteen sixty-three is not an end, but a beginning. And those who hope that the Negro needed to blow off steam and will now be content will have a rude awakening if the nation returns to business as usual. And there will be neither rest nor tranquility in America until the Negro is granted his citizenship rights. The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges.

On this date in 1963, African-American labor leader A. Phillip Randolph, who first scheduled his March on Washington for July 1, 1941, but cancelled it after President Roosevelt signed an executive order throwing thousands of defense jobs open to previously barred blacks and creating a Fair Employment Practices Committee to enforce it, finally held the March on this day (this time over the objection of President Kennedy), drawing 200,000 to the nation’s capital where the press sanitized the militant posture of many participants and speakers (above).

[Courtesy of longtime Nevada reporter Dennis Myers' daily Poor Denny's Almanac. Copyright © 2007-2015 Dennis Myers.]


BOND, JULIAN BOND. Legendary civil rights leader Julian Bond lies dead at 75. I had the honor of corresponding with the great man last November and utilized his words as we helped prevent Assemblymember Ira Hansen, R-Sparks, from becoming speaker of Nevada's lower house. Bond went out in the saddle, working for the cause until the day he died. My role model.
Barbwire by Andrew Barbano / Sparks Tribune 8-25-2015


THIS EVENING (8-24) AT 6:00 —> BLACK STUDENT EDUCATION SERIES

For Black/African-American families of the Washoe County School District Pre-K through 12th grade. Help us close the achievement gap for all students. WCSD wants to build a stronger relationship with our families, honor your knowledge as a parent and provide you an opportunity to connect with other families in our community. We’ll listen to your needs and learn how we can better support you.
• Speak with Superintendent Traci Davis
• Meet with School Board Vice-President Dr. Angie D. Taylor
• Learn about resources and supports in the school district to support your child’s needs.
• Connect with other families and be empowered to advocate for your child’s success!

For ALL CURRENT and FUTURE WCSD families
• Continue discussions with district staff
• Connect with other families in WCSD
• They want to hear from you!
Dinner served • Childcare provided
Hug High School / N. McCarran at Sutro / Reno 89512
6:00 pm – 7:30 p.m. Monday August 24
Questions? 775-789-4685

Save the Duncan Community Library from closure

BACKPACKS ARE BACK —>
MORE FREE BACK-T0-SCHOOL BACKPACKS FROM "SAVE THE DUNCAN LIBRARY" CAMPAIGN distributed at 3:00 p.m. Aug. 20, 2015

BBQ AND BACKPACKS (8 Aug. 2015) —Branch members at the Backpacks and BBQ event at the Duncan Library. Left to right (unidentified lady, please let us know), Branch President Patricia Gallimore, longtime Branch member and library co-founder Darryl Feemster, Washoe County Commissioner Kitty Jung and Save the Library Committee member Tim Feutsch. (Lonnie Feemster photo)

Duncan branch library to stay
A major step forward — but the work of the Branch is not over
By Dennis Myers / Reno News & Review 8-13-2015

Special Library Open House Saturday 8 August 2015, 11:00 a.m.— 3:00 p.m. 1650 Carville Drive, Reno
"We are on the road to a library open house and back to school celebration at the Duncan Community Library on August 8 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We have back to school supplies, food and more but we need people willing to help. Please let me know if you know of anyone that will come out to make it a great day for our community's youth. Please call me at 775-722-4303. I really need people to help get the word out so give me a call." — DARRYL FEEMSTER, Committee Chair

FINAL PLANNING MEETING FOR AUGUST 8 EVENT ON AUG. 6
"OK folks, it is time for the library and school opening event.  Please come to our final planning meeting before our big Saturday event.  We will meet at 5:15 p.m. at the Duncan Community Library, 1650 Carville Drive, on Thursday, Aug. 6.  This a great opportunity for everyone to see the facility and make all the final plans for Saturday.  Please come out I will try to get us in and out in less then a hour.  Thanks to Frankie and Mrs. Jones for coming out on Saturday and helping clean up around the outside.  We have everything lined up for a great event this weekend.  Please e-mail me to let me know if you can make it or call me at 775-722-4303.  Thanks for all you do for our youth and community." DARRYL FEEMSTER, Committee Chair

Letter from Friends of Duncan Library Chair Feemster to the Washoe County Library Board (pdf.)

Duncan Library Archive



Barbano promotes Voting Rights Golden Anniversary on statewide television

WATCH JFK & LBJ: A TIME FOR GREATNESS
Premieres 9:00 p.m. PDT on KNPB TV-5 and on local PBS stations
KNPB TV-5 re-runs: 2:00 a.m and 5:00 a.m. PDT Wednesday, Aug. 5
; 4:00 a.m. PDT Friday Aug. 7 & Sat. Aug. 8
Watch this website for additional re-runs. Webstreaming available at KNPB.org or PBS.org

Don't believe what you may have seen about President Johnson in the discredited rewrite of history entitled Selma. Such historical revisionism makes it easier for the continued weakening of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the monumental legacy of two presidents.
Bill Moyers: Present at the creation

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Membership Meeting Agendas
NAACP
Reno/Sparks Branch #1112
Phone: (775) 322-2992
P.O. Box 7757
Reno, NV 89510
Email: info@renosparksnaacp.org

Second Thursday of each month
Rita Cannan Elementary School / All-purpose room aka cafeteria
2450 Cannan Street * Reno, NV 89512
Executive Committee 6:30 p.m. / General Membership 7:00 p.m.

Next meeting September 10, 2015

2015-16 officers and executive committee

Become a member / contribute

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INSTAGRAM: renosparks_naacp

2015 News & Events Archive

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Freedom rider Erma Arvilla Rupp Fritchen dies
Memorial service 10:00 a.m. Saturday, 25 July 2015, Sparks United Methodist Church, 1231 Pyramid Way
Reno Gazette-Journal 7-23-2015
Erma Fritchen: Rider on the Storm
Barbwire by Andrew Barbano / Daily Sparks Tribune 1-14-2007

On July 24, 1963, to avoid the embarrassment of a civil rights march against Las Vegas’ segregated casinos, the Sahara broke the solid phalanx among casinos and agreed to talks with the local NAACP branch headed by Marion Bennett; in 1971, John D. Loudermilk’s Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian) by The Raiders hit number one on the Billboard chart and went on to become the biggest selling single in the history of Columbia Records. [Courtesy of Poor Denny's Almanac]

7-23-2015
On this date in in 1868, the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, providing for due process under the law, was ratified.
[Courtesy of Poor Denny's Almanac]
On this date in 1991, President Bush the Elder signed the Americans with Disabilities Act into law.

Moving the needle and needling the weasels
Education funding hike non-existent / Confederate flags fly in Sparks, Nevada
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the Tuesday 7-21-2015 Sparks Tribune

15 July 2015
On this date in 1986,
César Chávez spoke to Nevada workers at the Musicians Union hall in Reno

Save the date!
70th Annual Reno-Sparks NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
Saturday evening, October 24, 2015 * Circus Circus Mandalay Ballroom, Reno

More 2015 News and Events

Branch highlights of the 2015 Nevada Legislative Session

School, life, death, taxes and other high ironies
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the Tuesday 7-14-2015 Sparks Tribune

Applying Christian forgiveness to a fault
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the Tuesday 6-30-2015 Sparks Tribune

    "You can say there's no such thing as slavery, we're all citizens. But if we're all citizens, then we have a task to do to make sure that that, too, is not a joke. If some citizens live in houses and others live on the street, the Civil War is still going on. It's still to be fought and regrettably, it can still be lost."
— Dr. Barbara Fields featured on The Civil War miniseries, PBS 1990

• Cynthia Hurd, 54
• Rev. Clementa Pinckney, 41
• Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton,  45
• Tywanza Sanders, 26
• Ethel Lance, 70
• Rev. Depayne Middleton-Doctor, 49
• Susie Jackson, 87
• Rev. Daniel Simmons Sr, 74
• Myra Thompson, 59

Chaney 21, Goodman 20, Schwerner 24, Liuzzo 39, Evers 37, King 39, Addie Mae Collins 14, Carol Denise McNair 11, Carole Robertson 14, Cynthia Wesley 14

Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ferguson, Cleveland, New York, Baltimore, Florida...

Who's next ___________________?

Justice for Trayvon Martin Demonstration / Reno, NV 20 July 2013
"When will they ever learn?" — Pete Seeger

Poor Denny's Almanac for June 22: Black woman rescues Klansman

On this date in 1883, former Nevada governor John Kinkead’s private secretary George Lyon bought into the Seattle Post and Intelligencer, paying $12,000 for half ownership; in 1911, the Nevada State Journal reported that the establishment of a Mormon colony on 17,000 acres of land in Humboldt County was likely; in 1932, responding to a letter of complaint from the Reno Chamber of Commerce, U.S. interior secretary Ray Wilbur wrote that Nevada was receiving much more than it was providing in the way of educational and other facilities for Boulder Dam project workers; in 1938, two years after Nazi leaders trumpeted Max Schmeling’s defeat of Joe Louis as a triumph of racial supremacy, Louis beat Schmeling in two minutes and four seconds in at a Yankee Stadium rematch, knocking Schmeling down four times in the only round until the referee stopped the fight (Schmeling was not the Aryan champion the Nazis suggested; on Kristallnacht he saved the lives of two Jewish brothers); in 1944, the G.I. Bill of Rights (AKA Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944) became law, a program of government handouts that sent millions to college, fueled a generation of economic prosperity, and turned the United States into a scientific/economic powerhouse; in 1956, Australian government officials insisted that a radioactive cloud from British atomic tests that was drifting over Australia posed no danger to the public; in 1961, Congress extended for the tenth time taxes imposed as a Korean war measure; in 1980, Mohawk-Algonquin Kateri Tekakwitha, known as the Lily of the Mohawks, was beatified by the Catholic Church; in 1996, during competing rallies in Ann Arbor, Mich., and after a liberal leader urged protesters to “look for people who may be identifying themselves with the other side and deal with them appropriately”, anti-Klan protestors began chasing Confederate flag-wearing Albert McKeel Jr., knocking him to the ground and kicking him, whereupon African-American woman Keisha Thomas threw herself over him to protect him from the angry liberals, producing memorable newspaper photos.

Poor Denny's Almanac for June 19: Medgar Evers laid to rest

Roy Wilkins/Arlington National Cemetery/June 19 1963: "Medgar Evers believed in his country. It now remains to be seen whether his country believes in him."

On this date in 325, the Nicene Creed redefining Jesus as “God from very God” was adopted, a turning point in Christian history (known in one book title as When Jesus Became God); in 1862, slavery was outlawed in U.S. territories, including the Territory of Nevada, and unlike the later Emancipation Proclamation, this congressional act actually had legal effect (see below); in 1918, there was hope that the German near-monopoly on potash (a form of potassium carbonate used in the manufacture of glass and soap and as a fertilizer) might be broken by the discovery of a potash field in Dixie Valley, Nevada; in 1936, Max Schmeling, heavyweight champion from 1930 to ’32, came back as a ten to one underdog to beat Joe Louis for the championship, a victory German Nazi officials portrayed as a triumph of racial supremacy; in 1962, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on President Kennedy’s nomination of Nevada Attorney General Roger Foley to be a federal district judge; in 1963, assassinated civil rights leader Medgar Evers was buried in Arlington National Cemetery; in 1967, Jack Edward Cossins of Henderson, Nevada, died in Gia Dinh Province, Vietnam (panel 22e/row 0100 of the Vietnam wall); in 1970, Mark Crouse of Yerington, Nevada, was wounded in action in Cambodia with a foot injury and shrapnel in the back and arm; in 1982 at Lake Tahoe, Steve Miller began a tour to promote his album Abracadabra; in 2002, U.S. Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama disclosed information he received as a member of the Select Committee on Intelligence to Fox Network reporter Carl Cameron, but although a grand jury was empaneled on the matter, the Bush administration chose not to prosecute.

CHAP. CXI.—An Act to secure Freedom to all Persons within the Territories of the United States.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That from and after the passage of this act there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any of the Territories of the United States now existing, or which may at any time hereafter be formed or acquired by the United States, otherwise than in punishment of crimes whereof the party shall have been duly convicted.
APPROVED, June 19, 1862.

[Courtesy of longtime Nevada reporter Dennis Myers' daily Poor Denny's Almanac. Copyright © 2007-2015 Dennis Myers.]


Save the date!
70th Annual Reno-Sparks NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
Saturday evening, October 24, 2015 * Circus Circus Mandalay Ballroom, Reno

Duncan Library Archive

We Don't Need No Education Part LVI—>
Al Capone takes stock of Nevada education
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the Tuesday 6-16-2015 Sparks Tribune

Save the date!
70th Annual Reno-Sparks NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet
Saturday evening, October 24, 2015 * Circus Circus Mandalay Ballroom, Reno

Poor Denny's Almanac for June 3: From Dens of Iniquity to Holy of Holies

Vatican press statement/June 3d 1963: "He suffers no more."

On this date in 1647, Puritans in the British Parliament outlawed Christmas; in 1825, the United States expropriated all Kansa tribal land (20 million acres/81000 km of land), putting the tribe on a reservation and giving their land to whites; in 1864, former California Governor John Bigler, after whom Lake Tahoe was once named, left Virginia City following a visit to use the hot springs at Steamboat south of Reno; in 1906 for the second day in a row, the Nevada State Journal reported on its contention that workers at the little mountain lumber town of Floriston were paying a dollar a month fee for health care and were being given grossly inadequate care by their employers; in 1937, the Las Vegas Typographical Union began an effort to convince businesses to get their printing done in the community and not send it out to Los Angeles or other cities; in 1944, at a London reception, General George Patton called out to General James Gavin, “I’ll see you in the Pas De Calais, Gavin”, which later decoded cables revealed caused the Nazis to assume that the invasion of Europe would come at Calais; in 1955, Barbara Graham, former Tonopah resident who was convicted of murder after the notorious “Bloody Babs” newspaper campaign against her but whose guilt was uncertain, was executed at San Quentin (in an Oscar-winning performance, Susan Hayward portrayed Graham in 1958’s I Want to Live); in 1963, one of the monumental figures of the 20th century, Pope John 23d, died in Rome after a life that included the rescue of Bulgarian Jews from the Nazis and the beginnings of reconciliation of the Catholic Church with Protestants and Jews (on his fiftieth birthday in 1931, he wrote in his diary that he was “humble and ashamed before the Lord” because he had “achieved very little in half a century of life”); in 1971, Jimmy Hoffa announced he would not run for reelection as president of the Teamsters Union in order to devote full time to his new job as an inmate at Lewisburg federal penitentiary; in 1991, the body of civil rights leader Medgar Evers was exhumed from Arlington National Cemetery and secretly taken to Albany Medical Center in Albany, New York for a second autopsy after the results of the first 1963 autopsy could not be located for use in the 1994 trial that convicted Byron De La Beckwith; in 2003, a special session of the Nevada Legislature, the first of two in June, began at Governor Kenny Guinn’s order less than a day after the regular 2003 legislative session ended. [Courtesy of longtime Nevada reporter Dennis Myers' daily Poor Denny's Almanac. Copyright © 2007-2015 Dennis Myers.]

Stench of sulfur suffuses Nevada's year of the gun
The ghost of Trayvon Martin today hangs heavy over Sparks.
Would killer Wayne Burgarello have been acquitted if he was black?

Barbwire by Barbano / Uncensored full-length edition expanded from the 6-2-2015 Sparks Tribune

Escaped slave and Civil War 79th U.S. Colored Infantry Union Soldier Pvt. Scott Carnal honored at Dayton Cemetery 98 years after his death.

Dogs and ponies, DARE traps and tokenism
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the 5-26-2015 Sparks Tribune

¡Viva Chávez!

César Chávez Celebration XIII / Celebración de César Chávez XIII
Tuesday 31 March 2015
/ Martes 31 de Marzo 2015
Circus Circus Reno

The Branch was well-represented at the annual event. Sen. Ruben Kihuen, D-Las Vegas, delivered the keynote address. UNR student-activist and Occupy Carson City leader Janette Dean circulated petitions in support of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (SJR 16), introduced by Kihuen, Sen. Patricia Spearman, D-N. Las Vegas, and six other Democrats.

United Auto Workers member and César Chávez Nevada Labor Hall-of-Famer George "Battling" Nelson circulated petitions supporting a posthumous presidential pardon for the great heavyweight champion Jack Johnson. Nelson read a letter of endorsement from former Washoe County D.A. and District Judge Mills Lane and his family. Retired world-class referee Lane has been inducted in the national boxing hall of fame.

Representing the Branch were four-time past presidents Lucille Adin and Lonnie Feemster, First Vice-President Andrew Barbano, Executive Committee members Donald Gallimore, Sr., Frank Perez & Larry Wilson and member Shannon Gallimore. As always, the Branch set up a display and table with membership, issue and community involvement information. SaveMart SHARES cards benefiting Branch fundraising were distributed at every place setting. SaveMart managers and workers attended and spoke. For more information covering the event, go to CesarChavezNevada.com.

César Chávez fought for the dignity of work
by Tony Mayorga

Guest Commentary / Reno Gazette-Journal / 3-31-2015

Harry Reid, Eddy Arnold, César Chávez and Gaga Madonna
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the 3-31-2015 Sparks Tribune

Barbano decries GOP strategy to cripple labor, then gerrymander Nevada control thru at least 2022
By Cole Stangler / International Business Times 3-25-2015

Branch highlights of the 2015 Nevada Legislative Session

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School superintendent's address to branch makes news

Newlands race views debated
By Dennis Myers / Reno News & Review 2-26-2015

The South Rises Again. Does Ira Hansen know about this?
3 states make MLK holiday a co-celebration honoring Confederate General Robert E. Lee
Shaun King / Daily KOS 1-22-2015

Education Dysfunction Part LIII—>
Gov. Veto El Obtusè talks some trash
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from the 1-20-2015 Sparks Tribune

Hiding in Plain Sight —>
NAACP education expos
és go mainstream 2 years later
By Dennis Myers / Reno News & Review 3-27-2014

We Don't Need No Education XXXVIII —>
The politics of media ga-ga boosterism

Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from
the 3-20-2014 Sparks Tribune

Criticism of manipulated Washoe and Clark County graduation statistics validated
BREAKING NEWS: State illegally uses tax money vs. teacher tax vote
Barbwire by Barbano / Expanded from
the 3-13-2014 Sparks Tribune

We Don't Need No Education — The neverending story

Progressive Leadership Alliance publishes biennial racial equity report card on state lawmakers
Las Vegas Sun 2-27-2014


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Membership Meeting Agendas
NAACP
Reno/Sparks Branch #1112
Phone: (775) 322-2992
P.O. Box 7757
Reno, NV 89510
Email: info@renosparksnaacp.org

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month
Rita Cannan Elementary School / Multi-purpose Room
2450 Cannan Street * Reno, NV 89512
Executive Committee 6:30 p.m. / General Membership 7:00 p.m.

2015-16 Officers and Executive Committee

Complaint Form
The NAACP cannot act without a written complaint

Membership Forms, choose format: .jpg or .pdf

We Don't Need No Education: The Awful Truth

Reno-Sparks-Washoe Education 2012: Smoke & Mirrors

Saving Local Libraries 2015
Saving Local Libraries 2012

Voting Rights 2015
Voting Rights 2012

Trayvon Martin Murder Archive

How to join / Annual membership / Donate

Links / History / Archives

Mission and Objectives

Meeting place and times

2015 Nevada Legislature

2015 News & Events Archive
2014 News & Events Archive

Annual César Chávez Day Celebration

Reno-Sparks Branch Past-Presidents Honor Roll

Reno-Sparks NAACP Facebook Page
INSTAGRAM: renosparks_naacp


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Dear Members and Friends: At left is a Save-Mart SHARES card. If you don't have one, please contact us to get one that's been coded especially for the Branch. You must obtain them from us, not at Save-Mart. It is a very important fundraising tool. Please use it at checkout whenever you patronize Save-Mart. Up to 3 percent of your purchase will be sent to the Branch. There is no cost to you. If you need additional cards for family and friends, just let us know.

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NAACP Reno-Sparks Branch No. 1112

P.O. Box 7757
Reno, NV 89510
Phone (775) 322-2992

Contact: info@renosparksnaacp.org

2015-16 Officers

Patricia Gallimore, President
Andrew Barbano, First Vice-President/Webmaster
Second Vice-President (vacant)
Heather Hauskins, Secretary
Gale Sanders, Treasurer

Executive Committee
Lucille Adin, Lonnie Feemster, Donald Gallimore, Sr.; Kelli Gallimore, Jane Moon, Elder William Moon, Rev. William C. Webb, Larry Wilson (+ two vacancies)


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Monthly meetings
Second Thursday of each month
Rita Cannan Elementary School

Multi-purpose Room
2450 Cannan Street * Reno, NV 89512
Executive Committee 6:30 p.m.
General Membership 7:00 p.m.

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Useful Links
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Other Nevada Branches

OurStoryInc.com: "Contributions, heritage and culture of people who have not been well-represented in northern Nevada’s public image." Student-produced series supervised by former Reno-Sparks Branch President Kenneth Dalton, which led to the following article—>

African-Americans who have shaped Nevada
Several Reno-Sparks Branch members past & present profiled
Matthew B. Brown / Nevada Magazine Jan-Feb 2014


Nevada Humanities Civil Rights Gallery

History of Reno-Sparks Branch No. 1112
University of Nevada Special Collections

Alice Lucretia Smith, 1902-1990

The Nevada Black History Project


Nevada NAACP in the Civil Rights Era

University of California Oral History Project
1961 Interview with Tarea Pittman
NAACP West Coast Regional Director

History of Civil Rights in Nevada
University of Nevada Oral History Program

Includes links to the story of the fabled Las Vegas Moulin Rouge and the legacies of civil rights giants Lubertha Johnson, Gov. Grant Sawyer, Ralph Denton and Clarence Ray

Lubertha Miller Johnson (1906-1989): NAACP branch president, Nevada civil rights and womens' rights pioneer

Reno-Sparks Branch Past-Presidents Honor Roll

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