SOURCE: Washington Times (AP)
Research for the project was led by a Mississippi Valley State University student and history professor C. Sade Turnipseed.
by Matthew Crawford
There is no historical basis for the idea that women and minority candidates aren’t electable.
'God Is Not Going to Put It in Your Lap.' What Made Fannie Lou Hamer’s Message on Civil Rights So Radical—And So Enduring
by Keisha N. Blain
Hamer’s bold message to “get up and try to do something” was one that all Americans committed to change needed to hear
SOURCE: Huffington Post
by Peter Dreier
"I question America" is a fitting reflection of the soul-searching that the country is once again going through in the wake of the turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri.
"The musical Fannie Lou tells the story of Fannie Lou Hamer's voting rights struggle through her eyes and the eyes of various fictional characters, who represent a variety of viewpoints."
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