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Rhetoric and Composition Department
New Chalk Talk
During the 1st Session of the 109th Congress, the United States Senate passed S.Res. 39, “apologizing to the victims of lynching and the descendants of those victims for the failure of the Senate to enact anti-lynching legislation” (U.S. Senate). This historic apology was initiated by Senators Mary L. Landrieu (D-LA) and George Allen (R-VA), who after reading the book Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photographs in America, were motivated to introduce legislation.
(2005). “ Making the Case for Visual Rhetoric” Moving Towards a Language of Teacher Inquiry for Advanced Visual Literacy. New Chalk Talk, 5(3),
Jones, Doris Dr.
"“ Making the Case for Visual Rhetoric” Moving Towards a Language of Teacher Inquiry for Advanced Visual Literacy." New Chalk Talk, vol. 5,no. 3, 2005,