Honoring the Freedom Riders’ 60th Anniversary Following on the heels of the early 1960s boycotts and sit-ins against segregated lunch counters throughout the South, the Freedom Rides began May 4, … Continue reading The Ride for Freedom
Celebrating Mississippi’s Historic Trailblazers Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield (1809 – March 31, 1876) Internationally known as “The Black Swan,” Greenfield is an African American singer whose exceptional voice made her a popular … Continue reading June is Black Music Appreciation Month
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Honoring the legacy of African American women who boldly stepped up as changemakers In celebration of Women’s History Month in March 2021, NMHS Unlimited in association with Women for … Continue reading The Legacy of Courage Series
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Dr. Wilma Clopton of NMHS Unlimited Film Productions Mentors Students from Across the Country For years, Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton, president and CEO of NMHS Unlimited Film Productions, has … Continue reading Race in America: Then and Now
The Elport Chess JATRAN Facility Naming September Marks Two Significant Milestones September 2017 marks two important and connected anniversaries in Mississippi’s Civil Rights history. First, 70 years ago in Jackson, … Continue reading Celebrating a Civil Rights Achievement 70 Years in the Making
On September 20, the Mississippi Humanities Council hosted a panel on the Mississippi state flag as part of its monthly Ideas on Tap program. The panel featured remarks from … Continue reading MHC Ideas on Tap: What Does our State Flag Symbolize?
This Black History 2015 video profile spotlights Dr. Wilma Mosley-Clopton; Dr. Fridge’s Jackson State University Media Programming class picked affluent Mississippi people to spotlight for Black History month. This … Continue reading JSU Black History Spotlight