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Jordan Farrell preforms a dance during the East Carolina University chapter of the NAACP's Civil Rights Monologue at Mendenhall Student Center on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013.   (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)
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Jordan Farrell preforms a dance during the East Carolina University chapter of the NAACP's Civil Rights Monologue at Mendenhall Student Center on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)

Students aim to ‘be the change’

By Jane Dail

The Daily Reflector

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East Carolina University’s NAACP kicked off Black History Month on Tuesday night by hosting an event that featured talent from the university and featured state NAACP President William Barber.

The second annual Civil Rights Monologue featured students singing, performing monologues, dances and more in Hendrix Theater.


ECU Gospel Choir members swayed and clapped in unison as they belted out moving songs. Monologues riveted crowds with painfully honest and thought-provoking messages.

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