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- The Subversive Cross is a symbol of empowerment for all, including El Salvador’s women
- Pilgrims March with Thousands
- Pilgrims with Alabama Leaders
- Photo from Selma
- Why this does not grow old
- Nonviolent courage of the Little Rock Nine
- To the sons and daughters who risked their lives
- Thank you to the nameless
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Author Archives: Sarah Hanan
An update from Alexandra, a junior majoring in history and human rights with a minor in Arabic:
An update from Dennis Simon, associate professor of political science: This is my seventh year of serving as the faculty leader of the SMU Civil Rights Pilgrimage. As we departed campus on Friday afternoon, I found myself thinking about why … Continue reading
An update from Donna, a Master of Liberal Studies student: Little Rock Central High School is architecturally beautiful. When you view the grandeur of the building, it is hard to conceive of what awaited the Little Rock Nine. Unwelcomed, harassed, … Continue reading
An update from Basma, a senior political science and communication studies major: As I watched the story of James Chaney, Andy Goodman and Mickey Schwerner on my way to Meridian, Mississippi, and their struggle to fight for a basic civil … Continue reading
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”: Today I climbed a mountain. It was not … Continue reading
Dr. Harold J. Recinos, Professor of Church and Society at Perkins School of Theology, is leading his class of 14 students to El Salvador during spring break 2014. The group is examining Christian mission in cultural context as part of Perkins’ Global Theological Education program. Continue reading
Lisa and classmates took a field trip to Sweden as part of her SMU-in-Copenhagen coursework. Read her blog.
An update from Savannah, a senior communications and history major who participated in the J Term classes Environmental Communication and Wellness: As a second-semester senior, the reality that I will leave SMU is getting closer. But, this realization didn’t just … Continue reading
An update from Franklin, a junior communication studies major who is enrolled in the J Term classes Environmental Communication and Wellness: It’s cold, my legs are exhausted, and I have conquered my fear of flying down a mountain. Now on to some … Continue reading