"At 1:00pm on March 14th, Shemberger will address this problem during the next APSU Library Athenaeum, with her lecture, “The Presence of Sunshine Laws in Journalism Curriculum.” The lecture explores the research and results Shemberger uncovered as part of her doctoral dissertation."
7 Eyewitness News was told there were cheers heard all through the courthouse on Tuesday night's county commission meeting. Benton County commissioners and the library finally, came to an agreement. Rhonda Tippitt said she can't stop smiling.
"She was also concerned about the district’s textbook and library book expenditures. “My youngest child goes to Prospect (Elementary School), and their library shelves were bare when they opened. When they held their community open house, everyone asked about the book shelves. I kept hearing, ‘Why are their no books on the shelves?’”"
"Acclaimed Civil War historian Stephanie McCurry from the University of Pennsylvania will present “Antigone’s Claim: Gender and Treason in the American Civil War,” at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 1 at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, Va."
During her studies in International Legal Studies, Jessica Mason worked a five-month internship, based in South Africa and also covered stories in Niger and Swaziland. She developed a passion for giving voice to those most often silenced by society, culture or government. During her travels, Mason’s experiences reinforced a conviction that people, for all their differences, are all people, sharing common dreams, hopes and concerns. This conviction has meshed with a passion for justice for oppressed and outcast peoples.
She says, “Walking the streets of Pretoria with trafficking victims, documenting a settlement empty of young adults due to AIDS/HIV, and facing the poverty of Third World regions gave faces to classroom lessons on human rights law and abuse.”
Mason will give a presentation, “African: Human Encounters” at the Blount County Public Library on Monday, March 5, at 7 p.m.
Free and open to the public, the program is at the Blount County Public Library, located at 508 N. Cusick Street, Maryville.
"Here in my home state, the Tennessee State Library and Archives has compiled a "Brief History of Tennessee in the War of 1812," prepared by Dr. Tom Kanon, along with a new online exhibit entitled, "The Volunteer State Goes to War: The War of 1812 and Indian Wars.""
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