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Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area

Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area to Provide Grant Workshops in September

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The Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area (MDNHA) will hold a series of workshops across the Mississippi Delta in September to present information about grants available in 2020 to support local projects and activities that further MDNHA’s mission of fostering preservation, perpetuation, and celebration of the Delta’s heritage through a climate of collaboration and sustainable economic development. Read More

Delta Center for Culture and Learning’s “Most Southern” Teacher Workshops Earn Rave Reviews from National Humanities Alliance Survey

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The Delta Center for Culture and Learning’s venerable summer workshop, “The Most Southern Place on Earth: Music, History, and Culture of the Mississippi Delta,” recently received further praise from the National Humanities Alliance (NHA), the official advocacy organization for the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH). Alumni participants surveyed by the NHA consider the free weeklong professional development for K-12 educators as invariably helpful and often revelatory. Read More

Delta State’s Second Annual Spring Outdoor Youth Camp Will Take Place March 11-14 and Add Nature Photography to the Activities

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The second annual Delta State University Spring Outdoor Youth Camp will take place March 11-14 and continue to offer children ages 9-11 opportunities to hunt and fish while also introducing a new activity: nature photography. Read More

Julian Rankin, Author of Book about Mississippi Delta’s Ed Scott, the First Nonwhite Owner and Operator of a Catfish Plant in the U.S., and Scott’s Daughter, Delta State University Alumna Willena Scott-White, to Speak on Campus on Feb. 6

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Julian Rankin, author of Catfish Dream: Ed Scott’s Fight for His Family Farm and Racial Justice in the Mississippi Delta, and Delta State University alumna Willena Scott-White, daughter of the book’s pioneering subject, will speak at Delta State on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, at 6 PM in the Baioni Conference Center in Broom Hall. Read More