MTSU faculty members recently provided their perspectives on numerous issues to news agencies, including the Biden-Putin summit, the Affordable Care Act, public records, Black Lives..
Reporters turned to MTSU faculty recently for their perspectives on various issues, including the U.S. Supreme Court, plane crashes, a COVID-19 vaccine lottery and Black..
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..
MTSU faculty and staff recently offered their expertise on numerous topics to news agencies. These topics included “cancel culture,” COVID-19 vaccinations, Facebook, forensic analyses of..
MTSU history professor Louis Woods recently shared his expertise as a featured panelist on a webinar focused on the importance of continuing to discuss race..
Despite working toward equality at the ballot box, in the courts and as citizens since the nation was born, panelists at an MTSU Constitution Day..
Many Americans, whether they’re observers or participants, are feeling overwhelmed by 2020’s onslaught of protests, pandemics and politics, but members of an MTSU panel say..
With systemic racism and social justice issues dominating the headlines, a veteran MTSU professor takes over the Africana Studies program. Adonijah Bakari, a professor of..
MTSU is welcoming a history scholar, a working journalist and a First Amendment expert Wednesday, Sept. 16, for a free, public Zoom discussion on America’s..
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