MTSU’s Africana Studies and Religious Studies programs are joining forces to celebrate their first-year anniversaries with a special event combining perspectives from both fields on..
Bradley Academy Museum and Cultural Center celebrated an interactive history exhibit recently completed by MTSU graduate students with a May 26 reception at the museum. The..
MTSU students are trying to preserve the history of African-American education in Rutherford County, and they need help from the public. Graduate students in Dr...
MEMPHIS — MTSU and the University of Memphis will co-sponsor the first public recognition of the historic impact of the 1866 rampage against African-Americans in Memphis...
Individuals and groups that want to save important remnants of African-American history now have a new resource to guide them, thanks to MTSU’s Center for..
A new brochure produced by MTSU will direct history lovers to the landmarks that have defined the African-American experience in Maury County, Tennessee. “Communities and..
MTSU staffer Zada Law will discuss the latest research on African-American life in Civil War-era Tennessee Thursday, July 16, as the special guest of the..
A recent edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program outlined how America’s tortured history of racial discrimination continues to ripple through society. Host Gina..
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