The Black History Month Committee at Middle Tennessee State University is accepting nominations of community members to be honored at the 26th annual Unity Luncheon..
For the 25th consecutive year, a stellar group of unsung heroes were honored at MTSU’s 2021 Unity Celebration, held virtually this year as part of the..
“The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity” is the theme of MTSU’s 2021 celebration of Black History Month. “The Black family is and has always..
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,..
The struggle to obtain, maintain and promote the right to vote will be the focus of MTSU’s 2020 celebration of Black History Month. “African Americans..
Tickets are on sale now for one of the most cherished traditions of MTSU’s Black History Month celebration. “Where There is Unity, There is Strength”..
Middle Tennessee State University is again seeking nominations for the “unsung heroes” throughout the community who will be honored at the upcoming traditional Unity Luncheon..
“That James Meredith was a bad dude, wasn’t he?” That was the immediate reaction of James Meredith himself to an introductory video encapsulating the events..
A producer of hit records, a civil rights trailblazer, panel discussions and social gatherings are all part of MTSU’s 2019 celebration of Black History Month...
Tickets are now available for one of the most popular events of MTSU’s Black History Month celebrations: the 23rd annual Unity Luncheon. The university’s 2019..
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