MTSU’s 2022 MLK Celebration and Candlelight Vigil scheduled to take place Monday, Jan. 17, has been cancelled due to inclement weather. In its place, MTSU..
MTSU’s campus community will have an outdoor fair and a panel discussion to highlight ways people can engage in social activism safely. “Communities Surviving Together:..
The September 2021 edition of Middle Tennessee State University‘s “Out of the Blue” TV magazine show is ready for autumn on campus with stories on..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Adonijah Bakari Synopsis: The history professor describes his aspirations as the director of the Africana Studies program.
The new director of MTSU’s Africana Studies Program was the guest on a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview with Adonijah..
An MTSU professor will tackle questions about race, poverty and public housing during the online screening of a Ken Burns documentary. Louis Woods, an associate..
Dozens of minority students graduating in December were honored recently with a special reception hosted by the MTSU Office of Intercultural and Diversity Affairs. Daniel..
More recent events may be getting publicity, but civil rights activities at MTSU actually span the decades. “Movement ’68,” a symposium marking 50 years of..
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..
A civil rights activist, educator and political leader from Mississippi and a Minnesota colleague helping to ensure those activists’ place in history will visit MTSU this..
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