Focusing on the journey

Bridget Cooke, Staff writer

January 31, 2013

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African American history will be honored throughout the semester, highlighted in presentations, panels and receptions throughout February and ending in an exhibit dedicated to the Civil Rights Movement in the month of April. Associate... Read more »

Civil Rights Pilgrimage: march through history

Nick Erickson, Staff Writer

January 24, 2013

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Every third Monday in January, America designates the day to honor Martin Luther King Jr.  This winter break, over 90 UW-Eau Claire students and faculty members designated ten days to celebrate his life and learn about the topic... Read more »

A slice of history

January 27, 2012

Research incorporated into pilgrimage

Eric Larson

November 11, 2010

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On April 4, 1968, shots rang out across the Lorraine Motel parking lot in Memphis, Tenn., as Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the prominent leaders of the civil rights movement, was shot and killed on the balcony outside his room. Although... Read more »

Activism requires ideology

Abby Harvey

March 25, 2010

Filed under Opinion

As long as there has been inequality, there have been social movements aimed at ending it. These movements have varied in form from the violent overthrowing of governments to the peaceful protests of the Civil Rights Movement ... Read more »