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January 06, 2013
May the God of comfort be with the family at this time of sadness.
January 05, 2013
U spent time with us and the family during the movement in 1970 in Coffeevile MS, and engaged in marches / rallies for segregation of this city schools. A great man of honor u were. God bless your family and the contd movement. Thank u for your work and help. Ain't gonna let nobody turm me roud" was a song he left with us. Maude, Faye, Tina,Ruby and Mr & Mrs Spencer.
January 05, 2013
Thanks for being a ground soldier for the civil rights movement. My prayers to the family. May God have mercy on your soul.

St.Paul AME Worship Center
Lithonia, Ga.
January 04, 2013
Dear Family:
I met "B" during my time, as a student, at Turner Theological Seminary. He loved and spoke fondly of his soulmate, Elmer and her daughter Diana. He was a tremendous blessing to the Civil Rights Movement.
January 04, 2013
To The Family of
Rev. Cottonreader:

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The write up was right, a lot of us did not know him well.

But you did see him from time to time in many marches over the years, mostly with Hosea Williams.

He was a foot soldier for justice and his leagcy will live on.

Remembering Another Forgotten One (RIP)

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