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Nov 02

Five Minutes with a Freedom Rider Discussion Post

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CSMD.edu/ChooseCivility used this picture for a pretty cool discussion... What's your thoughts?

CSMD.edu/ChooseCivility used this picture for a pretty cool discussion… What’s your thoughts?

I would like to know what do you see?   What words come to mind?   Colors?   Feelings?   Thoughts? 

At CSM (College of Southern Maryland) on October 28th a group of Professionals met and began a discussion relating to the very picture used on this website for the discussion on Equality and Civility. I was among the group and had a wonderful time sharing insights with many of my peers in the community (this was community forum) and other professionals who work in or around the field of Human Services.

I recently posted a podcast regarding this picture and my experience in the group… Click here to listen…   At any rate

What are your thoughts about the picture without visiting the link or gaining any other information about the photo? Share your comments. Let’s start a conversation.

Reposted from an article titled: Five Minutes with a Freedom Rider posted on the web site tusb.stanford.edu  Here is the link

http://tusb.stanford.edu/2012/02/five-minutes-with-a-freedom-rider.html

The Freedom Rides were a notable part of the Civil Rights Movement, where an interracial group of bus riders set out to test a new law outlawing segregation in transportation terminals.  Sponsored by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the riders used nonviolent, civil disobedience to highlight the injustice of segregation and Jim Crow laws.

One of the Freedom Riders who spoke on the panel earlier today was Helen Singleton, a former student of Santa Monica City College at the time, who decided to get on the bus for social justice.  After the event, I asked Helen five questions:

1) You used nonviolence as a strategy to highlight the injustice of segregation – is there ever a place for violence in a social movement?

Helen: No. That’s the short answer… click here to go to the link above and read the article. [wpsr_socialbts]

The above pictures and articles are presented as a means to begin a conversation and not meant to be purchased or infringed upon any copywrite law etc. If for any reason you prefer that the article or the picture not be used, verify who you are by sending me a message and providing proof that you have authority regarding the info shared etc.

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