Panel Discussion on Civil Rights
“Civil Rights History II” was a panel at the 2016 Mississippi Book Festival, held at the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson.
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Patricia Boyett Director Loyola University, New Orleans->Women's Resource Center
Trent Brown Associate Professor Missouri University of Science and Technology->American Studies
Chris Goodwin Director Mississippi Department of Archives and History->Communications
Pamela Junior Director Smith Robertson Museum
Martha Wyatt Rossignol Author
Sally Thomason Author
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