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Delta State University to Receive 2020 Elbert R. Hilliard Oral History Award from Mississippi Historical Society for Documentary on 1969 Campus Sit-In about Race Relations

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Delta State University will receive the 2020 Elbert R. Hilliard Oral History Award from the Mississippi Historical Society for an in-progress “DSU Sit-In Documentary” that examines a 1969 demonstration to advance race relations on campus. Read More

Mississippi Writer Ellen Ann Fentress to Lead Feb. 18 Discussion about Academy Stories, Her Online Project about Private Schools Established in South after U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Desegregation

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On Feb. 18, 2020, at Delta State University, writer and journalist Ellen Ann Fentress will share her most recent project, The Academy Stories, a website that archives the recollections of alumni of private schools established in the South after U.S. Supreme Court decisions regarding desegregation of public schools. 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