Throughout history, millions of people have worked
and struggled tirelessly to improve life for their neighbors.
They worked for social, political, and economic justice.
They wrote, counted, carried, phoned, packed, counseled, advised,
taught, advocated, walked, marched, demonstrated, protested,
lobbied, went to prison, and more.
They fought for jobs, unions, fair wages, health care, safety, civil rights, human rights,
voting rights, a clean environment, education, food, shelter, criminal justice, and more.
They fought against hate, greed, bigotry, lies, torture, and more.
They worked to help the poor, elderly, children, imprisoned, forgotten, mistreated, and you.
Many of those good people have passed away.
Here, we remember their names, and honor their work.
If you would like to add to this list, please Contact Pat with the names and the cities where the people worked.
Frankie Mae Jeter
Fr. Jack O'Malley
Martin J. O'Malley, Jr.
Marty B. O'Malley
Mary Rieger Chislaghi
Sr. Liguori Rossner
When a man
what he considers
to his people
and his country,
Rest in Peace.
Washington, DC and
New York City
Hon. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Hon. Rep. John Lewis
Rep. Elijah Cummings
Baton Rouge, LA
Atlanta, GA and
Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Los Angeles, CA
Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting ~ Community Matters
412 - 310 - 4886 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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