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A Conversation with Lynne M. Jackson

Open to the Public Lynne Jackson Great-Great Granddaughter and President and Founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation

Saturday, September 9
Trinity Episcopal Church
318 South Duchesne, St. Charles

10:30am until noon

Daughters-Union-Vets-CW_LogoSponsored by: Julia Dent Grant Tent, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War (DUVCW) 1861-1865

Hosted by: Trinity Episcopal Church

Call 636-946-2820 with any questions

 

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Maryland State House Removes Statue Of Judge Who Wrote Dred Scott Decision

The article featured on Station WWFD.ORG reported/written by is the removal of the monument dedicated to former Chief Justice of the United States Roger Taney in Annapolis, Md..

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Read the online post click here:

https://www.wfdd.org/story/maryland-state-house-removes-statue-judge-who-wrote-dred-scott-decision

 

ANNOUNCING: THE PETITION FOR A DRED SCOTT COMMEMORATIVE STAMP


This year is the 160th Anniversary of the Dred Scott Decision of 1857. That decision was a major legal event and a catalyst that contributed to the Civil War. The decision declared that Dred Scott could not be free because he was not a citizen. The 14th Amendment, also called the Dred Scott Amendment, granted citizenship to all born or naturalized here and was intended to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court Decision on July 9, 1868.
 

The Foundation is requesting a commemorative stamp to recognize and remember the heritage of this amendment by issuing stamp with the likeness of the man, Dred Scott. We need the support of thousands of people who would like to see this happen.

 

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To this achieve this goal, we are asking you to download, sign and share the one-page petition with others. If you are willing, fill a page (or several pages) with signatures and send to the address at the bottom of the page. You can make copies for anywhere you can get signatures. (Only one signature per person please!) Click the link to download the petition.

Under the leadership of Mary Sternberg, Florida Social Studies Teacher of the Year 2016, Seminole Middle School in Florida acquired 1,500 letters and signatures to jump start the campaign.
 
Challenge:  Can you beat that? Give it a try and once again be a part of making history. We appreciate all efforts. Many thousands of signatures are needed so please join the campaign today! Stay tuned for updates.

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We invite you to become a Friend of Dred Scott…

Explore the facts about The Dred Scott Decision and share them with your family, friends and community and learn about those who have been affected by this landmark “decision” throughout history..

The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation welcomes your pledge of a contribution to advance our outreach and advocacy efforts.

Thank you in advance for your tax deductible donation to The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation. Please mail your payment to:

The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation
P. O. Box 2009
Florissant, MO 63032-2009

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Minnesota Historical Society Vocalessence Witness Community Conversations “Legacies of Strength”

Join a unique event featuring descendants of people who share a special connection to Fort Snelling. Lynne Jackson will share stories of her great-great-grandparents, Dred and Harriet Scott, whose fight for freedom led our nation closer to civil war. Sharon Harper will speak about her ancestor, Robert Hickman, who escaped slavery during the Civil War and found a new life in Minnesota.

For more information read … http://www.mnhs.org/event/3266

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ANNOUNCING: OFFICIAL KICKOFF OF THE DRED SCOTT COMMEMORATIVE STAMP LETTER WRITING CAMPAIGN

In 2015, a letter was sent to request a Dred Scott stamp. On this 160th Anniversary, we are requesting thousands of letters and petitions that are needed to be written in support of a Dred Scott Commemorative Stamp.

The request is in recognition of the 14th Amendment in 2018. It is also called the Dred Scott Amendment. Mary Sternberg is the coordinator who has already worked with a Florida Middle School which submitted almost 1,500 requests. We will be asking for your help and support to submit support letters.

Look for more information soon!

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Below, the proposed “concept proofs” designed by St. Louis-based Designer, Mark Scott Carroll.

Missouri History Museum St. Louis Civil Rights Struggle Exhibit

St. Louis has a long and documented history of challenging racial injustice. This history includes several key battles having long-lasting impact on the City of St. Louis and the nation as a whole. The Missouri History Museum’s recent installation #1 In Civil Rights, The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis presents the accounts of this history that has been too often unacknowledged.

For information about this exhibit, please visit: http://mohistory.org/civilrights

The Taney Family Apology

Featured on the front page of the Baltimore Sun, Washington Post, third page of the Capitol Gazette and The Associated Press, news of the 160th Anniversary of The Dred Scott Decision from Annapolis, MD went nationwide and as far away as England!

 

NATIONAL

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/supreme-court-justice-family-apologizes-family-slave-45961401

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/07/judges-family-apologizes-160-years-after-dred-scott.html

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/roger-taney-dred-scott-families-reconcile-160-years-after-infamous-supreme-court-decision/ar-AAnVs5Z?li=BBnbcA1

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_DRED_SCOTT_APOLOGY?SITE=APSECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2017-03-07-12-11-21

https://www.yahoo.com/news/supreme-court-justice-family-apologizes-family-slave-140631964.html

http://www.bing.com/news/search?q=Taney+Apology%2c+ANNAPOLIS%2c+Maryland&qpvt=taney+apology%2c+annapolis%2c+maryland&FORM=EWRE

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/maryland/articles/2017-03-06/supreme-court-justice-family-apologizes-to-family-of-slave (US News & World Report)

https://www.arcamax.com/currentnews/newsheadlines/s-1934291

http://portal.truvista.net/news/read/category/News/article/the_associated_press-supreme_court_justice_family_apologizes_to_family-ap

http://wowway.net/news/read/category/us/article/the_associated_press-supreme_court_justice_family_apologizes_to_family-ap

http://startjuno.com/news/read/category/News/article/the_associated_press-supreme_court_justice_family_apologizes_to_family-ap

https://www.usabreakingnews.net/tag/th-house/

http://trueviralnews.com/roger-taney-dred-scott-families-reconcile-160-years-after-infamous-supreme-court-decision/

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/family-supreme-justice-family-slave

 

INTERNATIONAL

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4289934/Supreme-Court-justice-family-apologizes-family-slave.html

 

 

Source:
Feature Image — Charles Taney III, a descendant of U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney, center, offers apology to Lynne Jackson, a descendant of Dred Scott, right. (Kenneth K. Lam/AP)

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/family-dred-scott-judge-issue-apology-160th-anniversary-article-1.2991315

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Historic Healing & Reconciliation 160th Annversary Of Dred Scott Decision Monday March 6, 2017

MARYLAND STATE HOUSE ANNAPOLIS, MD – 3/2/2017 — NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE  NAACP Anne Arundel County, Maryland Branch P.O. 6210 Annapolis Maryland 21401   Phone: 443-883-5151  www.annearundelcountynaacp.org

A CALL FOR RACIAL HEALING & RECONCILIATION ON  THE 160TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DRED SCOTT DECISION Monday, March 6, 2017

THE EVENT

On Monday, March 6, 2017, at 11:30 am, the 160th anniversary of the Dred Scott decision, there will be a historic apology made for The Dred Scott Decision at The Robert Brooke Taney statue in front of the Maryland State House.   The Descendants of both former Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney and The Dred Scott family are coming together on March 6th for two reasons. First, to reconfirm the reconciliation of the Scotts and Taneys, with accompanying apology and forgiveness. Second, to speak against the removal of the Roger Brooke Taney statue Maryland State Capitol Grounds.  Instead, they see an opportunity for reconciliation via the erection of statues of Dred Scott and Frederick Douglass to stand in a position of dialogue with Roger Brooke Taney, along with an educational display on the Dred Scott decision and its aftermath.  And, they will help raise the funds for the Dred Scott statue. The Scotts and Taneys believe that Americans should learn from their history, not bury their history.


For additional information …

http://www.crossroadstoday.com/story/34647475/historic-healing-reconciliation-l-160th-annversary-of-dred-scott-decision-l-monday-march-6-2017