Al Bell on the Assassination of Dr. King
Excerpted from "From '68 to '18: Perspectives on Memphis Music," presented by and recorded at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. The in its entirety on YouTube.
Panel of American Women - Memphis Chapter
Interviews with Judy Scharff Lifetime Achievement Award winners and founders of the Panel of American Women - Memphis Chapter, including Jocelyn Wurzburg ’62, Happy Jones ’57, and Jeanne Varnell ’58
Where Exactly We Were
Created by students to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination, this short docudrama featuring alumni, faculty, and staff of the college shows selected memories of the evening of April 4, 1968, at the Southwestern at Memphis (now Rhodes College) campus.
First-Year Seminar - February 5, 2018
A First-Year Seminar presentation focused on the history of the civil rights struggle, which challenged students to consider that struggle in the context of the world they now live in.
First-Year Seminar at the National Civil Rights Museum
A video produced for the Fall 2016 issue of Rhodes Magazine, featuring the first of what would become annual trips for the First-Year Seminar to visit the National Civil Rights Museum.
Rhodes Remembers - Campus Vigil
In September of 2016, the campus community was called together for a vigil in remembrance of those members of the Rhodes community who have been impacted by hatred, violence, and terror. It served as a call to make the community and the world a better place, by learning from the past and planning for the future.