The people who built monuments, renamed streets and created a children’s campaign to tout the “Lost Cause” of the Confederacy have never hidden their intent,..
An expert on Southern history and culture will delve into Confederate monuments’ legacy of white supremacy when she talks with a Middle Tennessee State University..
After World War II, good-hearted Americans mounted media campaigns to bring the biracial children left behind by Black GIs in Germany home to the States,..
A penetrating examination of post-Civil War African American society in Tennessee will come to life in a free public lecture by an MTSU alumna. Leigh..
“Black Love: Health, Wellness, Relationships” is the theme of this year’s Black History Month celebration throughout February at MTSU. To kick off the festivities, the..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Dr. Amy Harris Synopsis: The associate professor and graduate program director in the Department of Information Systems and Analytics discusses ways..
The demographic makeup of personnel in the technology field was the topic of discussion on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guests: Sarah Calise and Donna Baker Synopsis: The Albert Gore Research Center archivists discuss “I Am True Black: A History of Black..
An historical display of African American students’ exercise of their free speech rights on campus was the topic of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio..