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Monthly Archives: June 2013
[Image credit: Amy L. Darnell] The Montgomery, Alabama Greyhound bus station– the sight of such horrible violence against the Freedom Riders that the Riders almost quit. But they didn’t. Led by Diane Nash of Fisk University, the Riders kept on … Continue reading
One of my favorite songs is “Which Side Are You On” by Florence Reece. I think that much of our lives is about deciding and acting upon those ‘sides’ we find ourselves. This past week, I traveled historic Route 80 … Continue reading
There are so many reasons to be a communication major, but this is just the latest report to tell you why– if you won’t take my word for it. Yahoo! Education reports that “According to a 2012 report by the … Continue reading
Although I’m inclined to post a photo from the Vanishing Georgia collection, given the wonderful discovery of this archive through Melanie Kitchens-O’Meara, I thought I would share a photo of one of the lovely lady slippers here at The Mountain. … Continue reading
I’m not very happy with the Chicago Sun-Times. The home of national treasure Roger Ebert has done the unbelievable, the unthinkable. This week, they laid-off all 28 of their photographers. Let me rephrase that, they fired all of their full-time … Continue reading