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NMHS Unlimited Sponsored Student Group Receives 4th Place in International Film Competition

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] NMHS Unlimited Film Productions (NMHS Unlimited) recently sponsored a student group that received 4th place honorable mention in the Planet Forward Storyfest Competition. The group, comprised of Jackson State University and Tougaloo College students, was a joint project with the two schools. Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton…

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Back to School Series: “In Spite of It All: The Ollye Brown Shirley Story”

We continue our Back to School Series with the film “In Spite of It All: The Ollye Brown Shirley Story.” By the turn of the 19th century Mound Bayou, MS was a bustling town located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. Founded by Isaiah T. Montgomery in 1887, Mount Bayou became a show piece…

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Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton at the Planet Forward Storyfest Competition

We recently sponsored a student group that received 4th place honorable mention in the Planet Forward Storyfest Competition. The group, comprised of Jackson State University and Tougaloo College students, was a joint project with the two schools. Our own Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton was invited to participate in the collaborative project by Dr. Shameka…

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Back to School Series: Margaret Walker Alexander Coloring Book

We kick off our Back to School Series with the Margaret Walker Alexander Coloring Book. Commissioned to celebrate the Margaret Walker Centennial Celebration, the coloring book teaches children about Margaret Walker’s important contribution to Mississippi. Walker was an award-winning poet and writer. Free Shipping. #blackhistory #MargaretWalkerAlexander #coloringbook #freeshipping#backtoschool #education

Back to School Series Starts July 29

Get ready for our Back to School Series starting next Friday, July 29! Find out what educational resources you can get from NMHS Unlimited for your child or student. Let’s help the next generation save our history, one story at a time! #backtoschool #education #youth #school #history #curriculum#homeschool #teach #blackhistory

Walking in Their Footsteps: ELIZABETH TAYLOR GREENFIELD

Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield was born a slave in Natchez, Mississippi. When Mrs. Holliday Greenfield moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from Natchez, she took the young Elizabeth with her. Elizabeth established a career as an acclaimed vocalist. Known as “The Black Swan,” in 1853 she debuted at the Metropolitan Hall in New York before a whites-only audience…

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