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Morgan community reflects on community violence through “Mother’s Lament”

Morgan community reflects on community violence through “Mother’s Lament”

Terrance Smith, Staff WriterThe Murphy Fine Arts Center on Morgan State University hosted a multimedia concert adaptation of the play Mother’s Lament on Saturday evening. The event came to fruition from minds of composer Dr. James Lee III, creator of the visual interpretation of Mother’s Lament: Mother’s Prayer E.L. Briscoe, and producer Vincent Dion Stringer. “It’s amazing to see a vision go from the page to the stage,” said Stringer The event was hosted by Dorothy Johnson Speight, Founder & National Executive Director of Mother’s In Charge, Inc. Mothers In Charge is a national anti-violence organization geared towards mothers who […]

by · September 18, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, CAMPUS NEWS, THEATER
Volunteers from Morgan State University and Johns Hopkins University take a lunch break and learn about Habitat for Humanity.
Photo by Jazmine Hawes.

Students honor day of service with Habitat for Humanity

Jazmine Hawes, Contributing WriterStudents from Morgan State University and Johns Hopkins University partnered with the Habitat for Humanity to help reshape and rebuild a community on McCabe Avenue in Baltimore City on Sept. 11. The nine students and a veteran, led by Betsy Wilmerding, Manager of Faith and Youth for Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake and Natasha A. Lewis-Williams, Coordinator for the Office of Student Activities at Morgan State, worked on two houses, adding to ten Habitat houses completed on this block. Acoording to Wilmerding, Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller after visiting Koinonia Farm, […]

by · September 12, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS & ORGS, SECTIONS