Book Review: Boroughs Apart

Boroughs Apart: A Novella Erica Buddington Length: 143 pgs. Publication Date: December 30, 2015 I first learned about Boroughs Apart in the most unique of ways. While perusing my Twitter timeline, I noticed a retweet made by author Christina C. Jones . The tweet stated “If you’d like to read more, you can purchase ‘Boroughs […]

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On Travels, Selma and African-Americans in Film: Part II

In Part I of “On Travels, Selma and African-Americans in Film” I discussed my experience on a Civil Rights Spring Break tour taken in March 2011. In Part II, I discuss the 2015 movie Selma, directed by Ava DuVernay, and my reaction to it.

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On Travels, Selma and African-Americans in Films: Part I

I have seen the movie Selma twice- first on its opening day in my State and again the following Monday. I have never done this before. In fact, I am known more for walking out of films than I am for enjoying them in theaters. This film touched me on many levels and caused me […]

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