Chautauqua show revives past, brings Black History Month to life

HEATHER ZADRA
Scholar-actor Charles Everett Pace speaks as abolitionist Frederick Douglass as part of the Black History Live Tour at Colorado Northwestern Community College on Feb. 24.

RANGELY I As he spoke, there were moments I forgot he wasn’t Civil War-era abolitionist Frederick Douglass. It shouldn’t have been hard to remember. The modern-day camera resting comfortably in my hands, the iPhone app recording his words should have been reminder enough. There were anachronisms, too, like the wireless microphone he held and the […]

Black History Month at CNCC

RANGELY | To kick off February, which is Black History Month, CNCC is hosting Michigan-Based documentary filmmaker Brian Kruger and his film “Black and Blue,” the story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech football game.

Living history performance Feb. 13

Hasan Davis

RANGELY I To commemorate Black History Month in 2012 and the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, CNCC is bringing Hasan Davis to the Rangely Campus on Monday, Feb. 13 in the Weiss Colorado Room at 1 p.m.