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Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Camilla Ross portrays Harriet Tubman in a  performance at the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford. By Yelena Samofalova Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – In a recent performance at the Mark Twain House, actor Camilla Ross used the perfect combination of humor and tragedy to tell the story of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Ross really captured the audience with her one-woman show by the Emerson Theater Collaborative and told Tubman’s story well. Several times … Read entire article »

Filed under: Camilla Ross, Connecticut, Emerson Theater Collaborative, Harriet Tubman, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, Yelena Samofalova

Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Camilla Ross portrays Harriet Tubman in a  performance at the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford. By Yelena Samofalova Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – In a recent performance at the Mark Twain House, actor Camilla Ross used the perfect combination of humor and tragedy to tell the story of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Ross really captured the audience with her one-woman show by the Emerson Theater Collaborative and told Tubman’s story well. Several times … Read entire article »

Filed under: Camilla Ross, Connecticut, Emerson Theater Collaborative, Harriet Tubman, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, Yelena Samofalova

Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Bringing Tubman’s Spirit And Strength To Life

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Camilla Ross portrays Harriet Tubman in a  performance at the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford. By Yelena Samofalova Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – In a recent performance at the Mark Twain House, actor Camilla Ross used the perfect combination of humor and tragedy to tell the story of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Ross really captured the audience with her one-woman show by the Emerson Theater Collaborative and told Tubman’s story well. Several times … Read entire article »

Filed under: Camilla Ross, Connecticut, Emerson Theater Collaborative, Harriet Tubman, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, Yelena Samofalova

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By Chelsea Lara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see in this exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people did this. And what happened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killed him because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By Chelsea Lara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see in this exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people did this. And what happened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killed him because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By ChelseaLara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see inthis exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people didthis. And whathappened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killedhim because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea Lara is 11years old and … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By Chelsea Lara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see in this exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people did this. And what happened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killed him because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: "Hateful Things" Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By Chelsea Lara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see in this exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people did this. And what happened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killed him because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Hartford Girl: “Hateful Things” Aren’t Right

Mary Majerus-Collins / youthjournalism.org Chelsea Lara at the Mark Twain House and Museum Thursday By Chelsea Lara Special to Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – What I see in this exhibit is not right. I’m part white and I don’t know why the people did this. And what happened to that kid, Trayvon Martin, wasn’t right. I thought that guy killed him because of his skin color.All the racism is just too crazy. I know some racist things are still happening. Chelsea … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chelsea Lara, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, racism, Trayvon Martin

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain House and Museum. A disturbing and thought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. The artifacts contained discriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards against African Americans. One such item was a Monopoly … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism

“Hateful Things” At The Mark Twain House

“Hateful Things” At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain House and Museum. A disturbing and thought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. The artifacts contained discriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards against African Americans. One such item was … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain House and Museum. A disturbing and thought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. The artifacts contained discriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards against African Americans. One such item was … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A.– The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain Houseand Museum. A disturbing andthought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabiliaat Ferris State University. The artifacts containeddiscriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards againstAfrican Americans. One such item was a Monopoly parody called Ghettopoly filledwith racist … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism

“Hateful Things” At The Mark Twain House

“Hateful Things” At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain House and Museum. A disturbing and thought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. The artifacts contained discriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards against African Americans. One such item was … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

"Hateful Things" At The Mark Twain House

By Mary Majerus-Collins Senior Reporter And Alexandria Garry Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International HARTFORD, Conn., U.S.A. – The “Hateful Things” of racism are on full display at the Mark Twain House and Museum. A disturbing and thought-provoking focal piece of the three-part Rage, Race & Redemption, “Hateful Things” features artifacts from the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. The artifacts contained discriminatory signs, imagery and playthings such as trading cards against African Americans. One such item was a Monopoly … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria Garry, Connecticut, Hartford, Mark Twain House, Mary Majerus-Collins, racism