The Legacy of Ida B. Wells and the Struggle for Racial Justice at ‘Ole Miss’


Apr 28, 2019 - 5:00

[caption id="attachment_74254" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Ida B. Wells (Wikimedia Commons).[/caption] In September 2018, Ed Meek wrote a Facebook post that targeted Black students at the University of Mississippi. Meek, a wealthy white donor to "Ole Miss" implied that the presence of Black students at the university would result in a "3 percent decline in...

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