As part of a unit on representations of the LGBT community in the media, the University of Alabama Race, Gender and Media class screened and tweeted about “Further Off the Straight and Narrow.” “ We are tweeting tonight in @UofAlabama … Read More
Students at the University of Alabama taking a Race, Gender and Media Class comment on the Andrea Wiley documentary Soulmate. The topic for the evening was media portrayals of the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community. Wiley addresses those from … Read More
Just two months before CNN Premieres “Latino in America 2,” students at the University of Alabama watched the first Latino in America:THE GARCIAS, which premiered in October 2009. “ I wonder if CNN is going to do a ‘where are … Read More
Rev. Fred Luter of New Orleans and first-vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention visited Valley View Baptist in Tuscaloosa, where the Cornerstone FGBC Music Ministry was on-hand.
An Alabama pastor addresses same-sex marriage in Sunday message as same-sex couples in the state of New York marry and I prepare to teach a mass communication unit on media representation of the LGBT community.
Reaching the 500-follower threshold on Twitter providers an occasion to reflect on this particular social media journey from January 2008 to July 2011.
We’re heading to Alabama’s Walker County for a daylong dialogue with University of Alabama student who are interning at various non-profit agencies in the town to Jasper.
Thanks to my experience with the Woodlawn Academy in Birmingham, I learned more from the students than they learned from me.
Accompanied 20 ninth graders to a recording studio visit in BIrmingham’s Woodlawn community.
On the first day of my work with Woodlawn High School in East Birmingham, a panhandler interrupted my television interview.