Charles Sherrod

Charles Sherrod

Charles Sherrod (born 1937) [1] was a key member and organizer of the

  • "Sherrod, Charles", Black Past
  • "The civil rights heroism of Charles Sherrod", Salon, July 22, 2010
  • "Sherrods Tell Black Press Where America Must Go From Here", Black Voice News, July 26, 2010

External links

  1. ^ "This Far by Faith," PBS Series
  2. ^ a b The Black PastEntry on "Charles Sherrod" in
  3. ^ Bachman, Megan (July 29, 2010). "Antioch alumna draws spotlight". Yellow Springs News. 
  4. ^ Witt, Susan; Swann, Robert (1996). "Land: Challenge and Opportunity". In Vitak, William;  
  5. ^ "SNCC 50th anniversary planning committee"

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A former chaplain at the Georgia State Prison in Homerville, the Rev. Sherrod teaches at Albany State University.[5] He is married to former U.S. Department of Agriculture official Shirley Sherrod.

A supporter of kibbutzim in Israel. He served as an elected member of the Albany City Council from 1976 to 1990.[2]

and in many other arenas of the 1960s movement era. Selma Voting Rights Movement. He also participated in the Albany Movement His leadership there led to the [2]