By Sequoia Sinclair, Courier Staff Writer
On Tuesday, California voters gave chickens rights and took away rights of human beings.
Never before in history has a California constitutional amendment taken away rights from the people, because it is supposed to restore rights to them.
During a discussion with me, a teacher said that having gay marriages be legal somehow lead to other wholesale social changes that we might end up with slavery, again.
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Horace Mann Bond
(November 8, 1905 – December 21, 1972) was an American educator, academic administrator, writer, and the father of civil-rights leader Julian Bond. He earned a master's and doctorate from University of Chicago, at a time when only a small percentage of any young adults attended college. He was an influential leader at several historically black colleges and was appointed the first president of Fort Valley State University in Georgia in 1939, and the first African-American president of Lincoln University, Pennsylvania in 1945.
Read Horace Mann Bond's letter to Time magazine.
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