Bill Ware
(1935 — 2014)


As remembered by Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley
June 22, 2014

Round bout 6 A. M. as the Ra Life Force Sun rose in its Summer Solstice modality another tall tree fell in the forest of tall Black African men. Another man done gone! Another man done gone! The Solar Life Force Ra has left the person of William "Bill" Ware and his Spirit begun its journey back to the world of Reality, leaving us living in the world of appearances.

Bill Ware was a star warrior for humanity and modern civil rights. He stared in the modern civil rights 1965 Documentary "Black Natchez!" Which is available and is viewed by many folks in Natchez and elsewhere. He was sent to Mississippi and his hometown Natchez by the Student Non- Violent Coordinating Committee Organization to "stir it up!" He is the tall young man standing on top of the car in front of the then NAACP headquarters at # 9 St. Catherine Street urging the folks to march on city hall as then Charles Evers was speaking to the crowd in the movie Black Natchez!

Farewell my good friend do not be afraid of the LIGHT as you travel to the other side to join a host of Ancestral Warriors and Warrioresses!

'You know that you are in trouble when you allow the same people who have historically oppressed you tell you your history and define your reality"... Dr. Runoko Rashidi

Light a candle for Bill Ware ya'll!

Award Winning Ser Seshsh Ab Heter-CM Boxley
P. O. Box 2188
Natchez, Ms. 39121
Leader of Current Equal Human Commemorations Campaign to "Desegregate" History/Culture in Mississippi-Central Louisiana Pertaining to Chattel Slavery, Black Civil War Freedom Fighters, 19th and 20th Centuries Civil Rights and Diversity.
Former Public Service Administrator
Veteran of San Francisco Bay Area Civil & Human Rights Movements
Former Ph.d Candidate Antioch Ohio
University Without Walls San Francisco
Holds California Community College Public Services/Administration Credential
Masters Urban and Regional Planning California State University San Jose
B. A. Sociology, Cal. State U, San Jose
AA Business College of San Mateo Ca.
Former Community College Instructor
Former Multli-Culture Community Development CEO Redwood City Ca.
Author & Publisher! Enabled Capacity Of Natchez Ms. Deacons For Defense & Justice To Defend The Natchez People Who Waged "One Of The Most Successful Economic Boycotts In Civil Rights History." Same Tri-part Methods were Applied Throughout Mississippi to win modern Civil Rights!

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