SCNTR in the Media
Judge Hardaway turns down request for injunction to stay the Black Warrior EMC By-law change vote
John Zippert, greenecodemocrat.com, May 3, 2017
After a three hour hearing on Friday, April 28, 2017, in the Linden Courthouse, Judge Hardaway dismissed a request by plaintiffs for an injunction to stay a mail-in election on new proposed bylaws.
Civil rights leaders discuss truth, reconciliation at Selma anniversary
Kelsey Davis , Montgomery Advertiser, March 4, 2017
Without acknowledging where a story of injustice was born, there can’t be healing and there can’t be progress. Civil rights leaders gathered in Selma on Saturday to talk about what that healing looks like
Alaina Denean Deshazo, Selma Times Journal, January 25, 2017
Selma - Several groups are coming together in Selma to create a homeless shelter....
Operation Restore Gives Gift of Hope and Encouragement in Selma
George McDonald, AlabamaNews.net, Dec 22, 2016
From the West Alabama Newsroom – A Selma attorney gives clothes and toys to children all over town, but spreading Christmas joy isn’t the only reason why..
Planting seeds of nonviolence: Peace studies instructor works with students in Milwaukee
James Handley, UW-Stout News, October 19, 2016
Milwaukee - In mid-August after police fatally shot an armed black man, two nights of protests erupted in Milwaukee, drawing national attention to a city where racial tension already was high. Businesses and cars were burned, and as police cracked down on the protestors and made several arrests, four officers were injured