A renowned professor, author and historian will put the focus on one of America’s ugliest open secrets Tuesday, Nov. 2, when she talks with a..
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..
A special guest at MTSU will help the community track racial violence through American history Monday, Feb. 10, when she screens “Always in Season,” an..
Although “RBG” was a box-office winner and an Academy Award-nominated documentary, its funding and production took years to achieve, according to the keynote speaker for..
As part of its observance of National Women’s History Month, MTSU is presenting the popular documentary about one of the U.S. Supreme Court‘s most provocative..
Emergency preparations along the southeast Atlantic Coast related to Hurricane Florence have forced MTSU to cancel two planned screenings and a Q&A with the co-director of..
An MTSU department is heeding the call for greater civility and decency in the workplace and in academia. Using the American Geophysical Union’s ethics code..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Louis Woods Synopsis: Woods, an associate professor of history, explains his research into housing discrimination against African-Americans in the post-World..
What kind of language is discriminatory, and why are some words acceptable in some circles but unconscionable among other people? The MTSU Linguistics Club will..
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