Most Recent Additions*

 

Fisk Jubilee Singers: Multidisciplinary readings on history and agency
George Korlasi Dor, Karen V. Davidson Smith, Ethel Young-Scurlock, Greg Johnson, and Ted Ownby

 

Black History Month Closing Keynote Address
Clint Smith and University of Mississippi. Division of Diversity and Community Engagement

 

Southern Music Symposium
Randall J. Stephens, Zandria Robinson, Charles Hughes, and University of Mississippi. Center for the Study of Southern Culture

 

Black History Month Concert: Fisk Jubilee Singers
Fisk Jubilee Singers, University of Mississippi Concert Singers, and Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble

 

Discovering Black History though UM Libraries Databases
University of Mississippi Libraries

 

BarberShop Talk
University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement

 

Teach Us All: screening and discussion
University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement and National Pan-Hellenic Council

 

Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement Goes to Memphis: The Color Purple
University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement

 

Soul Food Luncheon
University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement

 

Move to Improve: Health Walk
University of Mississippi. Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students

 

Black History Month Keynote Address
Tim Wise, Joy DeGruy, and University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement

 

Brown Bag: Reflections from the Family of a Civil Rights Activist 1950-1982
University of Mississippi Libraries. Archives and Special Collections

 

BarberShop Talk
University of Mississippi. Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement and Ole Miss Athletics

 

Celebrating William Grant Still, the Dean of African American Composers
University of Mississippi. Department of Music

 

A Carnival for the Culture
NAACP. UM Chapter

 

Refuse BODIES, Disposable Lives: A History of the Human & Transatlantic Slave Trade ft. Marisa J. Fuentes
Marisa J. Fuentes and University of Mississippi. Arch Dalrymple III Department of History

*Updated as of 02/24/20.