Category: REEL Rhetorical Society
Second Contest Winner Announcement
– Jennifer Williams
What is a Civil Rights Leader? This video tells about whites who helped during the civil rights movement.
– Jennifer Williams
Michelle Obama during CIAA spreads awareness about her new initiative “Let’s Move”.
With Charlotte growing, Deshauna Selby interviewed some of the Queen City’s barbers at the local barbershop. Some have been giving barber service in Charlotte for 15 years to create and witness lots of history for their community. The community barbershops create a family of different walks of life. Barbers take pride in their job by not just cutting hair, but seeing how Charlotte has grown since the opening of their local shop. Business has been good, but the history created over the years has been better. Watch how the different barbers take pride in the Queen City.
Most people know Winne Mandela by her position to her husband, but this story is different. Her grandson talks about this phenomenal woman as his caregiver. Grandma Winnie taught her grandson morals and principals for helping people. Although she is a busy woman, she still helps her grandson with his education and teaches him to be respectful He is thankful that she pushed him to attend a university in the United States. Check out this video of Grandma Winnie!
Reginald Singetary explores the history of Smith through the eyes of Dr. Keith Lonnie Williams.
This video shows the Black Panther party as a whole with the focus on their leading activist Fred Hampton. His story is explained and elaborated through pictorial illustrations and tunes. The brutal murder of Hampton shocked all of Chicago. The Rev. Jesse Jackson stated that people in Chicago bled everywhere after the death of Fred Hampton.
Reginald Singetary talks about his aunt that attended Johnson C. Smith University in 1963 and her struggles during that time.
Miriam tells her story about the influence one teacher can have on many students..
“Let’s Move” with First Lady Michelle Obama at the CIAA!