Daily Archives: March 11, 2014

I am here now

An update from Mollie, a political science and human rights major: We traveled to Selma, Alabama, earlier this week and were privileged to have Joanne Bland guide us through Selma’s history and take us back in time to her participation … Continue reading

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The Subversive Cross is a symbol of empowerment for all, including El Salvador’s women

An update from Lael C Melville, PsyD, a 2016 M.Div. candidate and president of the Perkins Black Seminarians Association, who also is blogging at “Following the Passion of the Cross to El Salvador”: I did not share with you a remarkable … Continue reading

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Meeting Thomas Jefferson

Since we didn’t have to meet as a class until dinner, everyone awoke at various times and met to do different activities. A few of us woke up early to go to an event called “Liberty or Loyalty: In Print.” … Continue reading

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Pilgrims March with Thousands

An update from Melanie Johnson, coordinator in the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs:

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Pilgrims with Alabama Leaders

The Civil Rights Pilgrims are also posting on Facebook.

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Photo from Selma

An update from Alexandra, a junior majoring in history and human rights with a minor in Arabic:

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Meaningful dialogue on diversity

Checked out of the Saint John hotel, packed and ready to go to Matanzas this evening. A few hours in “Old Havana” (Habana Vieja) provides an interesting and educational perspective on the Spanish colonial heritage of Cuba. An old monastery … Continue reading

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