Monthly Archives: June 2019

A Juneteenth Memory

My first involvement with the Civil Rights Movement came in 1955 when my dad was assigned as the clergyman to an all African -American Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas. We were the only White family in an all Black Church. … Continue reading

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Disability Issues Questionnaire For Candidates

Disability Issues Questionnaire For Candidates – Compiled by a volunteer caucus of Citizens with Disabilities Voting 1. How will you ensure that people with disabilities and all other Americans have free and unobstructed voting rights including access to the secret … Continue reading

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Statement To The Texas Governor’s Committee On People With Disabilities – June 10, 2019

June 10, 2019 Texas Governor’s Committee On People With Disabilities Aaron W. Bangor, Chair 1100 San Jacinto Austin, Texas 78701 Sent via email to: gcpd@gov.texas.gov / Nancy.VanLoan@gov.texas.gov Comments For June 11-12, 2019 Meeting Of Texas GCPD Dear Chair and Committee … Continue reading

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