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Behind the documentary: SGJC’s special screening of Behind The Veil

Behind the documentary: SGJC’s special screening of Behind The Veil

by Devon Ashby, Staff WriterRelations between the United States and Cuba have been historically hostile; decades-old economic sanctions, placed on Cuba the 1960s, have limited travel and communication between the two nations. Americans and Cubans don’t know much about each other besides what they’ve seen in their respective media, but a group of students from Morgan State University teamed up with students from the University of Havana to put together a documentary to attempt to bridge that gap and build lasting relationships. The documentary is called “Behind the Veil: So Far, So Close,” and it took a year—and multiple visits […]

Global Village hosts New York doctor for forum

by Devon Ashby, Staff WritterThe School of Global Journalism & Communication’s, as part of their “Global Village” initiative, hosted a forum with a doctor who survived a rape and overcame the murders of her son and sister to earn her medical license. Growing up in the South Bronx was tough for Dr. Arabia Mollette. At age 15 she was sent to live with her father, who’d spent time in rehab for drug use, because her mother was deemed mentally unstable after trying to kill herself. Mollette’s tense relationship with her father led to him kicking her out, so she turned […]

by · April 14, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS
SGJC heads to Cuba!

SGJC heads to Cuba!

Students, faculty and staff from the School of Global Journalism & Communication (SGJC) from Morgan State University are currently in Cuba on assignment and below are the images and interactions captured throughout their experience so far.

by · June 9, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, International News, SECTIONS, SPECIAL COVERAGE