Hays, Brooks; Poetry; Little Rock (Ark.)--Race relations;
A HYMN OF BROTHERHOOD
Written by Brooks Hays during the period of racial tension in Little Rock.
Beneath these warm and friendly southern skies, The Ozark hills adorn a verdant plain.
The handiwork of pioneers we prize,
As well, the beauty of this...
MY OFFICE IS A CHAPEL
My office is a Chapel. There is
No priest or preacher here, but there is an alter
An office desk, oak stained, once bright, but now
There are ink marks and scratches on it.
The pipes in my office are for stearm and water
Hays, Brooks; Poetry; African Americans--Civil rights
What is the American dream?
It is the anticipation that sometime we will be able to say — Here is equality and freedom; Here is brotherhood and justice.
The dream is of compassion expressing itself in society's concern for those who fall by the...
1. January 12 Eastern Star, D.C.
2. January 13 Breakfast Club
3. January 25 Vienna, Virginia Lions Club Ladies Nite [sic]
4. February 3 ICL luncheon
5. February 6 Burrall Claas
6. February 7 FOA Conference – Land Grant College
1960 Talks (Brooks Hays)
January 3 Knoxville Congregational Church
January 14 Texas Christian University
January 17 Knoxville First Baptist Church
Maryville First Baptist Church
January 18 Lenoir City (Mission group)
February 2 Atlanta Kiwanis
1966 BH [Brooks Hays] Speeches
1 Jan. 4 Scottish Rite Lunch Little Rock
2 TV – KATV – Channel 11 Little Rock 1/4/66
3 AAUW Little Rock Chapter - 1/8
4 Brooks Hays Sunday School Class Jan 9.
5 Navy Chaplains – DC – Jan 20
6 Sigma Chi...
Immediately after the 1958 election, Brooks' friends
held a testimonial dinner, brooks gave a speech which
revealed the basic philosophy of government that guided
him throughout his life:
While I honor the office of representative, I am
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