“Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice”: Guest Speaker, Film at ECC

Sara Ireland, Staff Writer    On March 7, the date the march from Selma to Montgomery began in 1965, the ECC Film and Lecture Series held a screening of the short documentary film “Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice”. The keynote speaker for this event, Linda Lockhart, paired with the screening in ways that I … Continue reading “Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice”: Guest Speaker, Film at ECC

Remember

Brittany Watson, Guest Contributor Hundreds, Thousands, Of people hanging, Hanging to be remembered, Not because of something they have been  Spuriously accused of some foul mistruth,  Not so the people who thought they were better than those Of another color can point, laugh, take obscene photos, throw things at them, Even burn or shoot them, … Continue reading Remember

voiceless

Madelyn Pecka, Staff Writer i’m sorry. i can’t hear you.   sometimes the only thing we have is our voices.   you were beaten down, oppressed, told you were nothing, and made to believe your voice was meaningless.   Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and many others, challenged that belief. they took a stand … Continue reading voiceless