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News Roundup - Early Fall, Part 1: School resegregation and district secession

I took some time off of the roundup posts, and tons of stuff happened: it was the 60th anniversary of the Little Rock Nine, there was a new documentary, new podcasts and books, lots of great “misc” articles that would otherwise be the main stories in a slower roundup. 1,219 more words

School Segregation

LRCH Projection Mapping Show

The show went very well overall with lots of positive feedback. Full wrap-up post forthcoming, but for now, here is the event.

Computer Graphics

Central to Creativity - Nancy Rousseau

Though not a graduate of Little Rock Central High School, Nancy Rousseau is a Central High Tiger through and through.

She has been principal of Little Rock Central High School since the summer of 2002.  283 more words

Arts & Humanities Month

History, Art and the Hope of Reconciliation: Part Two

I had the privilege of attending two of several events held to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School. The courageous story of the “Little Rock Nine” as they are known, is one I learned early in my youth as a resident of Little Rock, Arkansas. 785 more words

Black History ‘Erryday’:  Happy 76th Birthday Elizabeth Eckford

by Kiki

Elizabeth Eckford 10/4/1941 Little Rock, AR.

One of Little Rock Nine, a group of black students who were the first to attend classes at Little Rock Central High School as a result of Brown v. 48 more words

Arise 2.0

History, Art and the Hope of Reconciliation: Part One

I had the privilege of attending two of several events last week, held to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School. 680 more words

Out And About

Who Are The Idiots Dividing America and Causing All The Racial Problems

by S.A. Prince

Painting: “School of Athens” by Raphael 

I used to think that it was the media dividing the country.

I am excited to say that I am continuing to learn, to question, and challenge myself, my thoughts, and my perceptions to continually evolve through cognitive dissonance. 569 more words