NOTES FROM BLACK HISTORY

By EARNEST MCBRIDE

Jackson Advocate Contributing Editor

earnlmcbride@aol.com

Earnest McBride resides in Mississippi. He holds a BA from California State University at Los Angeles, and MA in Language Studies from San Francisco State University. He  worked toward  a Ph.D in Higher Education at the University of Southern California.

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THE BATTLE OF MILLIKEN'S BEND

Battle of Vicksburg being fought again over recognition of black Civil War troops 

National Park Service refuses to give soldiers full credit

Mississippi’s Most Glorious Thanksgiving

Remember Mexico, Not the Alamo 

Land Loss summit seeking to stem national decline in Black land claims

Wilkinson County, Mississippi Lynching Called Another ‘Suicide’ by state and county authorities

Black and Tan Party rule in Mississippi, 1868-1875

Black Mississippi troops in the Civil War

Bobby Seale and the Chicago Seven trials

Nine Scottsboro Boys spurred NAACP concerns for criminal case law

Juvenile Justice Centers Oakley and Columbia: A brief history

France’s favorite comedian- jazz musician Henri Salvador dead at 90

July 4: An Occasion of Joy for Black Mississippians

Nigerian lawmakers study state government - 2/19/2009

Memorial Day 2009 in Vicksburg

Tisdale remembered as major influence in changing Jackson

Escaped from Slavery: My great-great grandfather, Marcus Chambliss, was Civil War Soldier - By Caryne Moses, Guest Writer

Memorial Day 2011 and the Civil War Sesquicentennial

THE BLACK MEMORIAL DAY TRADITION IN VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI or...................

Rip Daniels programmed for success, independence

Ayers Case Now in Hands of 5th Circuit

Ayers Case Provisions Not Included in Report From State Institutes of Higher Learning

Joseph Lowery Pushes Nationwide Support for Ayers Appeal Hearing

Tort Reform in Mississippi Legislature Dies, Revives and Dies Again

Jackson State University Lynching Exhibit

Composer Benny Golson Speaks Jazz to Alcorn Festival Crowds
 

Grace Hibbler Jefferson, 90 -- Widow of State Civil Rights Pioneer buried in Vicksburg

Big Day for Charley, Natasha at Governor’s Arts Awards

Tougaloo selected for Civil Rights Museum

Memorial Day in Vicksburg

Denise LaSalle given special honors at State Capitol - 2/19/2009

The Black Confederate Brigade in the Civil War:
Once a Possibility, Now a Myth that Won’t Die

Gamblers beware: don’t take a chance on getting hurt at your local casino!

Jeff Davis show upsetting to majority in Vicksburg - 17 February 2011
 


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