Professor Montre’ D. Carodine was the featured speaker for Alabama State University’s annual Distinguished Lecture Series on Sunday, March 5.
Carodine addressed the theme, “The Continuing Search for Human and Civil Rights in America: The Law, Race and Justice.”
“These are tough times, so the topic is a timely one,” Carodine said. “These are hostile times for people of color in America, and anyone else who has been ‘othered’ by society. Perhaps it has always been true since this country’s inception, but I think that there is a feeling of heightened hostility as of late.”
For more, read “Distinguished Lecture Series: ‘Human and Civil Rights.'”