Stillman College Inaugural Festivities Spotlight Service, Path to Eminence

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While things were winding down elsewhere in Tuscaloosa¬†with Spring Break beginning at the University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College and the local school systems, it’s been just the opposite at Stillman College as the school’s sixth president Dr. Peter … Read More

Thoughts On Selma From A NAACP Freedom Fighter Re-Educated On the Movement

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SELMA, Ala.–¬† I don’t believe it was a mere coincidence that my NAACP Youth Council Adviser called me on my mobile phone at the moment I was approaching the Edmund Pettus Bridge today. Mrs. Ora Lomax is still the youth … Read More

What 80,000 People, A Small Alabama Town and A National Story Can Teach Your Students

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SELMA, Ala– On multiple levels, the 50th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” presented a gold mine of opportunities for those of us who teach journalism and mass communication. Hats off to my faculty colleagues at the University of Alabama and elsewhere … Read More