African-American Leaders Seek Investigation into the Murder of U.S. Sailor Killed at Camp Pendleton Source: National Black Justice Coalition
09 Jul 2009
WASHINGTON, DC --The nation's most influential African-American civil rights organizations have joined together with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to call for an investigation into the death of U.S. Sailor August Provost, 29, found dead at Marine Corps Camp Pendleton.
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC), America’s only nationwide Black civil rights organization focused upon lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues is joined by the Black Leadership Forum (BLF), an alliance of over thirty national African-American civil rights and social service organizations in denouncing the incident.