Five Biggest Takeaways from 2014 Southern Christian Writers Conference

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For more than a quarter century, Joanne and David Sloan and family have labored tirelessly to produce one of the best Christian writers conferences in the nation. The Southern Christian Writers Conference (SCWC) draws 200 or more people to Tuscaloosa … Read More

I’m Beginning June at Journalism Leadership Camp in the Bayou

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It’s a new week and new month and I’m starting it all in “The Bayou State.” Later this afternoon, I’ll be joining 16 other journalism and mass communication administrators, professors and communication professionals in Baton Rouge for the 2014 Scripps … Read More

With Photos, Panel Discussion, Tuscaloosa Area Students Re-open Dialogue About Outcomes of School Desegregation

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Just two weeks before we officially mark the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision that desegregated American schools,  high school students in Tuscaloosa, Ala. laid out some issues in education that need to be discussed … Read More

Mixed Results in This Week’s Media Coverage of 60th Anniversary of Brown Decision

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On this 60th anniversary of the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision, the mass media have done an ok, though not outstanding, job of explaining the key issues still at play in public education today. The 1954 decision declared … Read More

State School Superindent Bice Touts Change Strategies for Alabama Schools on 60th Anniversary of Brown Case

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala.– On the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that desegregated the nation’s public schools, Alabama’s Superintendent of Education has a challenge for every Alabama resident: be the voice that creates change in our schools. “If you … Read More

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