Lorenzo Bright is a graduate student who is currently pursuing a master’s degree in museum studies from Johns Hopkins University. His bachelor’s degree in history is from Florida State University. He has presented a number of papers ranging from the African American impact on NASA, and the role of the Harlem Hellfighters in the First World War. His most recent project included organizing and transcribing oral histories of members of the African American community in the Marietta, Georgia area for Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park. His next project will be serving as an oral history intern at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. The Clearwater, Florida native specializes in Civil Rights history, current events, and the impact of African Americans in a variety of fields.
Reginald Doucet, a 25-year-old California native, was shot and killed on January 14, 2011, during an altercation with Officer Aaron Goff of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). Goff, a rookie officer who’d been on the force for only 17 months, was found justified in the shooting by the … Read MoreReginald Doucet (1985-2011)