By Alan Breslauer on 9/21/2007, 12:06pm PT  

Guest Blogged by Alan Breslauer

The following videos were all created on Thursday, September 20th at the Jena Six rally in Jena, Louisiana and in front of the prison in Alexandria, Louisiana. Sadly, Mychal Bell, the only member of the Jena six still behind bars more than 10 months after he was charged with attempted second-degree murder for a school yard fight, had his bail denied today. And the injustice continues...

Reverend Al Sharpton: "Two wrongs don't make one Civil Right"...

CNN's Tony Harris tells The BRAD BLOG what he would like to see happen with the Jena Six...

More videos beneath the fold...

CNN's Tony Harris interviews fellow Los Angelino Natalia Abrams about the racial makeup of the Jena Six rally crowd...

Jena High School student Sierra...

UPDATED Friday 8:20 pm from New Orleans...

Carolyn Shannon from Flynt, Michigan believes in educating felons and that there is injustice in our justice system.

The Reverend Al Sharpton states that, "This is the beginning of the 21st Century Civil Rights Movement. In the 20th Century we had to fight for where we sat on the bus. Now we got to fight on how we sit in a courtroom. We've gone from plantations to penitentiaries. Where they have tried to create a criminal justice system that particularly targets our young black men."

UPDATED Saturday at 9:45 pm from New Orleans...

Ramona Bell, who teaches ethnic studies at Bowling Green State, comments on the Jena Six, among other issues, while marching from the courthouse to Jena High School.

A group of protesters chanting what sounds like a Mardi Gras Indians song as they march...

Many believe that the problems in Jena began with the hanging of three nooses from a tree that stood in a courtyard at Jena High School. Some labeled the incident a "prank". Here, one protester from the Alexandria, Louisiana rally drew attention to this issue...

Frankie Beverly answers a few questions on the Michael Baisden radio show during the Jena Six rally in Alexandria, Louisiana before performing for the crowd...


UPDATED Sunday at 11:45 pm from New Orleans...

Nightline's Terry Moran tells The BRAD BLOG that he wouldn't be surprised if 30,000 protesters showed up in Jena, Louisiana and states that the rally will get the country's attention...

"Jim Crow, you got to go, let my people go"...

Mitchell Austin of Atlanta, Georgia hopes for "a new beginning for the people of Jena, both black and white, for the betterment"...

Ben Hart from Jackson State University and some fraternity brothers sing "zoom zoom zoom"...

UPDATED Monday at 10:45 am from New Orleans...

Texas Southern University students Faith, Erik and Stephanie speak out against the injustice in Jena, Louisiana and racism in general. Additionally, the three describe and contrast their own personal experiences with that of the Jena Six which helps highlight the extremeness of the measures taken against the Jena students...

Ray Thomas from Phenix City, Alabama, a veteran of the civil rights movement, speaks out about the Jena Six and other issues...

...MORE VIDEOS HERE SOON...