Photo: A much younger Carole standing to the left of Julian Bond in 1989 at Harvard University
Our country lost a great legend this week in the death of the civil rights champion Julian Bond. His work and untiring efforts will live on for years to come.
My photographer, Sandy Middlebrooks, pulled up a 1989 photo that he took of Julian Bond and me at Harvard University. I thought you might be interested in seeing it.
I was also fortunate to meet Mr. Bond’s mother several years ago in her Atlanta home. She was a dear friend of my sister in law’s mother while they lived in Tennessee as young adults.
May our civil rights efforts continue in this country as we advocate for diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism for everyone in America.
That represented the true spirit of Julian Bond.
Continue to enjoy your week.
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Carole Copeland Thomas is a 27 year speaker, trainer and consultant specializing in global diversity, empowerment, multiculturalism and leadership issues.