First – Ever Unity Day in Bessemer City History 2014

Bessemer, AL Unity Day 2014   Part 2  –

“The Movement is Still Alive!”

 

Bessemer, AL Unity Day 2014   Part 3  –

“Foot Soldiers … United We Stand”

 

 

Bessemer, AL Unity Day 2014   Part 4  –

“Diversity and Culture Literacy”

 

Featuring:

Bessemer, Alabama City Councilor – David Vance

Educator, Writer, and Actor – Kevin Spencer

Civil Rights Advocate, Journalist, and Speaker – M. Kita Williams

****  OUR DEEPEST THANKS TO THE HONORABLE MAURICE MUHAMMAD, MAGISTRATE JUDGE OF BESSEMER, ALABAMA.  MR. MUHAMMAD HAS DEDICATED HIS UNDYING SUPPORT TO JUSTICE NOT ONLY IN THE GREATER ALABAMA REGION, BUT ALSO NATIONALLY.  HE HAS ALSO PROVIDED UNWAVERING SUPPORT TO HIS ALMA MATER, FISK UNIVERSITY AS WELL AS HIS FELLOW FISKITES.  GOD BLESS YOU, MAURICE! ***

NAACP FOUNERS DAY- 105 YEARS STRONG


On February 12, 1909, a diverse group of Americans gathered together in New York for a frank discussion on racial justice. On that day, they founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Watch our video honoring the nine founders of the NAACP, then get involved in the fight for civil rights and human rights they began 105 years ago today.

Join the NAACP by filling out the form to your right.

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MUST SEE VIDEO…Applause for Lincoln University Cutting-Edge Mass Communications Department, Featuring Award-Winning Faculty and Students

Dr. Nicole Files-Thompson guided Broadcast Journalism students to create this television quality video featuring Lincoln University.  Files-Thompson brings Lincoln’s Mass Communications Department a plethora of experience in national television production ranging from the Lifetime Channel to the Democratic National Convention, and Showtime at the Apollo.

The Mass Communications Program is a concentration area offered at The Lincoln University School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

Dr. Cheryl Renee Gooch serves as Dean of the School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

The Chair of the Mass Communications Department is Dr. Carmen Manning-Miller.