Middle Tennessee State University is again seeking nominations from the community for the “unsung heroes” honored annually as part of its Black History Month observance,..
MTSU’s Black History Month keynote speaker urged her audience members to do more than just register to vote if they really want to bring about..
Voting rights organizer Armani Eady and MTSU assistant political science professor Sekou Franklin shared a wealth of information surrounding voting rights and voting protections during..
With less than a few hours’ notice, the Rev. James McCarroll delivered a powerful message to several hundred people attending the 24th annual Unity Luncheon Thursday,..
For Jacqueline Olive, director and co-producer of the documentary “Always in Season,” looking back at the history of lynching in this nation is absolutely critical..
Veteran editor Wanda Lloyd told a roomful of MTSU student journalists recently that her desire to be pursue a career in a newsroom sprouted early..
A dynamic attorney with a wealth of experience in Washington, D.C., politics will share her expertise in an address at MTSU. Angela Rye, chief executive..
As a part of the university’s Black History Month celebration, the MTSU community will have a chance to discuss, revisit and view literature written by..
In celebration of Black History Month, MTSU has bestowed one of its top faculty honors on a professor described as a “Renaissance woman.” Leah Tolbert..
During an era defined by segregation and unequal rights, eight African American student-athletes came to MTSU not fully aware of the lasting impact they would..
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