Author Archives: Devean Owens

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Recharged and Inspired

An update from Karma, a junior human rights and political science double major with a minor in law and legal reasoning: As I return from the 10th Annual SMU Civil Rights Pilgrimage, I have a shadow lingering over my head, … Continue reading

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Little Rock Central High School

An update from Lisa, senior human rights and psychology double major:

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A Voice for the Voiceless

An update from Shelbi, a junior human rights major: Yesterday we left Montgomery, Alabama to head to Jackson, Mississippi. On the way, we stopped in Philadelphia, Mississippi to visit Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. We unloaded the bus, wandered around … Continue reading

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Take the pledge to fight for freedom

An update from Kayla, a sophomore human rights and economics double major: The Civil Rights Memorial and Museum in Montgomery, Alabama, opened my eyes to what fighting for human rights is all about; it’s not doing something to make you … Continue reading

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Pilgrims Meet Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Graetz

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

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The March Continues

An update from Celesstia, a senior political science and Spanish major with minors in philosophy and German: This trip has been more powerful than I anticipated. I knew that this would be a tremendous learning experience, but today I finally … 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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