The University of Mississippi unveiled six new contextualization plaques this month, completing the two year process of planning and discussion between the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on History and Context and the local community.
To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1960 Pulitzer Prize winning novel written by Harper Lee that has a become a classic of modern American literature. The novel has been used in the curriculum of thousands of high schools across the United States because of the narratives about racial inequality and the cultural significance of the novel.
The NFL National Anthem protest is an ongoing topic. Many athletes protest by taking a knee during the anthem, and some hold their fist in the air during the song.
Brantley Meaders Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org According to civil rights attorney and University of Mississippi School of Law professor Cliff Johnson, talking about race is difficult for students today. However, in his profession, […]
Kendra Newton While some continue to debate whether #BlackLivesMatter or #AllLivesMatter, we asked Mississippi students what one or both phrases mean to them. Kimberly Ward, 30, is an entrepreneur who believes #BlackLivesMatter […]