Miller, Kelly

Miller, Kelly

(1863–1939) civil rights activist, educator; born in Winnsboro, S.C. Son of a slave mother and a free black father, he graduated from Howard University (1886), and after studying science at Johns Hopkins, returned to teach at Howard (1890–1934). He earned a law degree from the school (1903). For most of his career at Howard he chaired the sociology department; he was also dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and held other posts. He assisted W. E. B. DuBois in editing the journal, Crisis, and he wrote many essays and several books, including Out of the House of Bondage (1917), emphasizing the progress African-Americans had made since emancipation and the role of education in attaining full equality. One of the major African-American spokesmen and teachers of the early 20th century, he was considered a voice of reason and moderation in the struggle for equal rights.
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Byline: CLAIRE MILLER, KELLY LEUNG, CARLOS NOVOA AND MARK MAGILL News Reporters news@coventrytelegraph.
Byline: OLIVER MILNE ECHO Reporter Additional reporting by Claire Miller, Kelly Leung, Carlos Novoa and Mark Magill
HORROR SHOW Ben Miller, Kelly Brook, Alan Dale and the rest of the gang; SPIKY Brilliant Miller as Pope
Smith, Kathy Ireland, Nicole Miller, Kelly Preston, Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf.
30pm): Stuart Moffat, Dougie Flockhart, Ben MacDougall, Nick De Luca, Garry Law, Steve Jones, Chris Cusiter (captain), Gavin Kerr, Ross Ford, Bruce Douglas, Opeta Palepoi, Craig Hamilton, 6 John Dalziel, Andy Miller, Kelly Brown.
Warner, Koby Williamson, Tucker Worley, Amanda Lee Miller, Kelly MacGregor, Emily Mest, Katie Johannigman.
Prior to joining Miller, Kelly held a number of VP level sales and marketing positions in Borden's snack and dairy divisions.
Ben Miller, Kelly Brook and Alan Dale in Moving Wallpaper
BORDER REIVERS (home v Edinburgh Gunners): Stuart Moffat, Dougie Flockhart, Ben MacDougall, Bryan Rennie, Garry Law, Gregor Townsend, Chris Cusiter (captain), Gavin Kerr, Ross Ford, Bruce Douglas, John Dalziel, Opeta Palepoi, Scott Newlands, Andy Miller, Kelly Brown.
While McGregor, Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller, Kelly MacDonald and Ewen Bremner became household names, Kevin - like his Trainspotting alter-ego Tommy - didn't last the distance.
Last year's luminaries included thesps Tim Roth, Gary Oldman, Jonny Lee Miller, Kelly MacDonald, and most of the casts and crews of Loach's "My Name Is Joe" and Guy Ritchie's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," for which producer Matthew Vaughn won an award.