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William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation Collection


Summary Information

University of Mississippi Libraries
William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation Collection
30.0 Linear feet 60 boxes
Correspondence, planning documents, event documents, publications, protest signs, audio/video materials, and ephemera created and collected by Institute staff.

Preferred Citation

William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation Collection (MUM0XXXX), Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

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Biographical Note

The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation was an internationally recognized healing and equity organization, established in 1999 and based at the University of Mississippi until 2018. It grew out of President Clinton’s One America: The President’s Initiative on Race, marking the first time a sitting president called for a national conversation on race not precipitated by a crisis.

An advisory board appointed by the president guided the work of the One America initiative. The board included faith and business leaders, politicians and historians, among whom was UM alumnus William F. Winter, who served Mississippi as governor from 1980-1984.

Winter was instrumental in making UM a listening stop on the advisory board’s calendar. In March, 1998, Winter joined advisory board chair Dr. John Hope Franklin, and board members Reverend Suzan Johnson Cook and Robert J. Thomas, then CEO of Nissan Motor Corporation, USA, for a series of community conversations at the University of Mississippi campus in Oxford.

Governor Winter worked with Susan Glisson at the University of Mississippi to arrange the only deep South dialogue of the initiative’s year-long series of events across the United States. The president’s staff hailed it as the single most successful event of the One America initiative. Its effectiveness inspired then Chancellor Robert Khayat to establish the Institute for Racial Reconciliation and Civic Renewal, renamed for Governor Winter on his 80th birthday in 2003.

Led by founding executive director, Dr. Susan M. Glisson, the Institute focused on racial reconciliation, community engagement, and youth leadership development. It sought to connect and empower local leaders, especially in communities haunted by histories of racial violence, to address social inequities using honest dialogue, trust-building and truth-telling.

The Institute operated under the umbrella of the University of Mississippi until 2018, when it became an independent nonprofit organization and relocated from Oxford, Mississippi, to the state’s capital in Jackson. Governor Winter and his wife Elise Winter continued to work with the Institute to promote racial justice and equality in Mississippi until their deaths in 2020 and 2021.

Additional historical information about the Institute can be found on the Institute’s website. The Winter Institute is perhaps most well-known for pioneering a community healing and equity process known as The Welcome Table. Using ingredients that include public rituals of acknowledging past harms, inner self-reflective work on attitudes and mindsets, building relationships of trust and respect, truth-telling and building new futures grounded in equity, justice, compassion and mercy, the Institute worked in many places of notorious racial violence. The Welcome Table process enabled UM to acknowledge and begin to repair its legacy of segregation and support of white supremacy; it supported citizens in Philadelphia, MS, to issue a call for justice that led to the first state conviction in 2005 of the 40 year old "Mississippi Burning" civil rights murders; and it guided a two year process in Tallahatchie County that led to the first public apology by Sumner, MS, citizens to the family of Emmett Till in the 1955 miscarriage of justice in the acquittal of his murderers. Those often unexpected but monumental shifts have prodded similar transformational work across the country and globe.

In December of 2021, in consultation and agreement with the family and estate of Governor Winter, the organization’s name became The Alluvial Collective. The goals of its work remain the same. The Welcome Table is stewarded by its creator, Dr. Glisson, who may be reached through; in the work of the Alluvial Collective; and in the lives of the community leaders who allowed the Winter Institute to support their courageous and inspiring efforts to bring justice and inclusion to everyone.

This historical note was written by Dr. Susan Glisson.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains materials created and collected by Susan Glisson and other Institute staff, mainly during the period of 2000-2014. Materials in the collection relate to the efforts made by the Institute and cooperating organizations to improve racial justice and equality in Mississippi.

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This collection is arranged in 5 series:

Series I. Administrative Files Series II. Civil Rights Movement Reader Materials. Series III. President’s Initiative on Race. Series IV. Miscellaneous Materials. Series V. Audio/Video Materials. Series VI: Oversize Materials.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2021

Processing Information

Collection processed by Karlie Herndon. Finding aid created by Karlie Herndon.

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Related Materials

Separated Materials

The William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation Collection is open for research.

Photographs from this collection are stored at an off-site facility for preservation. Researchers interested in using these images must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

Protected materials such as student records have been redacted or removed from the collection.

Twelve books have been removed from the collection and catalogued.

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Controlled Access Headings


  • Civil rights - Mississippi
  • Governors -- Mississippi
  • Mississippi -- Race relations
  • University of Mississippi

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Collection Inventory

Administrative Files 

Box 1 

1.1 Administrative Correspondence, 2014.   Copies of emails regarding new board members and staffing schedules; handwritten meeting notes.

1.2 Africans in the South Research, 11/24/2012.   Emailed questionnaire regarding African communities in the South from Renee Ombaba, with responses from Hubert Mahoungou.

1.3 Amos Network (1 of 5), 2005-2006.   Amos Network Oxford-Lafayette County documents: school audit reports, neighborhood audits, meeting notes, committee positions, newsletter, brochure, drafts of the organizational constitution, affordable housing group documents.

1.4 Amos Network (2 of 5), 2004-2005.   Shelterforce May/June 2005 issue; documents the National Training and Information Center about Chicago foreclosures and predatory lending; newspapers and clippings regarding the Amos Network; flyers.

1.5 Amos Network (3 of 5), 1990-2003; 2020.   Copies of published papers on faith-based community-building organizations; presentation information, including history of the Amos Network in Oxford-Lafayette County; meeting notes and minutes.

1.6 Amos Network (4 of 5), 2003-2004.   Meeting notes and minutes; completed sign-up forms; S.E.R.J. Jobs/Living Wage Report (4 copies).

1.7 Amos Network (5 of 5), 2004-2006.   S.E.R.J. Jobs/Living Wage Report (2 copies); meeting notes; community audit information; credit union information packet; newsletter; brochures.

1.8 Budget for June 20, 06/20/2004.   Line-item budget estimates for formal call for justice for the victims of the Freedom Summer Murders in Neshoba, Mississippi.

1.9 Civil Rights Education Legislation, [2006].   Draft of “Senate Bill No. ????” with hand-written edits. The document was first drafted by Richard Glisson. Susan Glisson and civil rights law professor Michael Waterstone reviewed and edited the draft. Democratic senator Gray Tollison, from Oxford, Mississippi, introduced the final version of the bill, SB2718, with 5 or 6 co-sponsors. The bill passed in the Senate, then the House, and was signed into law by Governor Haley Barbour in 2006.

1.10 Civil Rights Education Summit – Philadelphia, Mississippi, 2005-2006.   Documents related to The Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner Living Memorial Civil Rights Education Summit, held on June 22-24, 2005; The History Channel’s “Save Our History” educator’s manual; brochures for the “Land of the Blues: Freedom Struggles in the Delta” event at The Institute for Middle and High School Teachers (an event which included the CRE Summit) (5 copies).

1.11 Collegiate Council for Civil Rights Commemoration, 2014.   Brochure; completed post-event surveys; sticker sheets; invitation from Renee Ombaba to Leroy Clemons to attend; budget; event description.

1.12 Digital Media, undated.   CDs.

1.13 Edgar Ray Killen Trial, 2005.   List of jurors; Statement of the Philadelphia Coalition, calling for more investigations into Mississippi’s history; emails; media information for the trial; copy of the jury’s decision, filed June 21, 2005.

1.14 Emmett Till Memorial Commission (1 of 2), 2007-2009.   Materials sent to Dr. Susan Glisson at the Winter Institute; information about Emmett Till’s family, death, and the trial of his murderers; includes news article and headshots of Betty Pearson (Commission member).

1.15 Emmett Till Memorial Commission (2 of 2), 2009-2010.   CDs, “Emmett Till Series, Gov. Winter, WXVT” and “Emmett Till, Turkey Creek Info”; packet from Clare M. Coss to Susan Glisson containing information from an Emmett, Down in My Heart reading; drafts of various related works; Commission agenda.

1.16 Emmett Till Memorial Commission – Board, 2006-2007.   Various business cards; Commission board member list; letter of resignation from the Committee, signed Alma J. Curtis, 2/5/07, citing misuse of funds for restoring the Sumner Courthouse; emails.

1.17 Emmett Till Memorial Commission – Committees, 2006-2009.   A Year in Review publication from the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi (2007); various notes, reference guides, and meeting agenda documents.

1.18 Emmett Till Memorial Commission – Bylaws, 2006; undated.   Drafts of the Commission’s giving guidelines, goals, and bylaws.

1.19 Greek Organizations, undated.   Typed guidelines for interviewing a panel of Greek organization members.

1.20 Isaiah T. Montgomery Studies Project, 2004.   Copy of “‘What Answer?’ Speech in Support of Franchise Committee Report, Mississippi Constitutional Convention, 1890,” by Isaiah T. Montgomery; announcement and description of project; information packet and drafted essays from Matthew Holden, Jr., who worked in the summer of 2004 as a resident scholar at the University of Mississippi to study Montgomery, to Susan Glisson.

1.21 Logistics, undated.   Empty manila folder with reminders and a business card attached.

1.22 Mississippi Civil Rights Project Website, undated.   County list and website design information.

1.23 Mississippi Delta Region Revitalization Act of 2006, 2006.   Copy of “House Bill 1034 (As Sent to Governor).”

1.24 Mississippi Freedom School Curriculum, 2004.   Announcement of a new website in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Freedom Summer, with an index of the curriculum materials offered on the site.

1.25 Mississippi Scholar-in-Residence Projects Handbook, 1984.   Copy of Mississippi Scholar-in-Residence Projects History and Handbook, by Dennis Mitchell and Jane Crater Hiatt, copyright 1984.

1.26 Mississippi State Flag, 2001.   Laminated newspaper clipping of “Mississippi Flag Is a Reminder of Our Sordid Racial Past” by Susan Glisson in The Daily Mississippian, typed documents, and what is assumed to be a proposed flag design; includes a “Vote April 17” button.

1.27 Neshoba County African American Heritage Driving Tour Brochure – Media, undated.   CDs and photographs.

Box 2 

2.1 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi (1 of 4), 2004.   Various writings on civil rights, voting rights, Freedom Summer; printouts of emails received by Kaye Rowell regarding information for a Freedom Summer commemorative brochure; newspaper clipping regarding a commemorative Freedom Ride; typescript entitled “Roots of Struggle: Civil Rights History”; printouts of “Roots of Struggle” booklet (6 copies in various stages of editing); photographs.

2.2 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi (2 of 4), 2004; undated.   Notes, drafts, and a prototype for “Roots of Struggle” booklet.

2.3 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi (3 of 4), undated.   Philadelphia, Mississippi phone book; floppy discs (2); notes for “Roots of Struggle” booklet; copy of “Murder in Mississippi” by Don Whitehead.

2.4 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi (4 of 4), 2004-2005.   Notes and printouts of photographs for “Roots of Struggle” booklet; copy of “Murder in Mississippi” by Don Whitehead; news article printouts and newspaper regarding the Edgar Ray Killen trial.

2.5 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Coliseum Service, 2004.   Includes documents regarding the June 20, 2004 event entitled “Recognition, Resolution, Redemption: Uniting for Justice,” held at the Neshoba County Coliseum: schedule; printed program with “Statement Asking for Justice in the June 21, 1964 Murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner”; map of the coliseum.

2.6 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Committees, undated.   Lists of committees and members.

2.7 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Local Sites, undated.   List of notable local sites and photographs.

2.8 Oral History Release Form; Interview Questions, 2004.   General Release forms (blank); copies of “Philadelphia Interview Questions".

2.9 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Press After Killen Trial, 2005-2008.   Newspaper clippings and printouts of articles regarding the trial; signed letter from William L. Thompson, Special Projects Officer of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, to Susan Glisson, approving a request for a privately funded state historical marker on Rockcut Road to serve as a memorial for James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner; includes original request form for the marker.

2.10 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Press Coverage, 2005-2007.   Newspaper clippings, printouts of articles, and magazines/articles related to the trial of Edgar Ray Killen; includes media event list for the trial.

2.11 Neshoba County & Philadelphia, Mississippi – Historical Markers, Tours, and Museums, 2004-2008.   Typescript for the narration of a Philadelphia, Mississippi tour; fax regarding requesting a historical marker; documents about the goal to turn the Ben Walt Hotel into a historical museum and civil rights center; letters from William L. Thompson, Special Projects Officer of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, regarding the Rockcut Road state historical marker.

2.12 Neshoba County Resolutions, 2003-2004.   Poem to the family of Andrew Goodman from Faith Fellowship Church members; resolution drafts and finalized versions, demanding justice for Freedom Summer Murders; letter from MS Governor William Winter to the Honorable Jim Hood, expressing his support for the pursuit of justice in the Freedom Summer murders.

2.13 Neshoba County Rewards, 2004-2005.   Documents and correspondence regarding the creation of a $100,000 award for new information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Freedom Summer murderers.

2.14 One Mississippi, 2013.   Document explaining O.N.E. OleMiss; One Mississippi Retreat evaluation forms; event flyers for a screening of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing and Phil Yu’s speaking event entitled “Angry Asian Man”; includes speaker agreement for Phil Yu. Note: Student materials.

2.15 Philadelphia Coalition (1 of 3), 2004.   Invitations to the 40th Anniversary Commemoration event; bylaws; meeting minutes; letters to community establishments; member lists; information packets (5 green folders). Note: Student materials.

2.16 Philadelphia Coalition (2 of 3), 2004-2005.   Meeting notes; emails; an email from John Steele, chair of the Chaney, Schwerner, and Goodman Memorial Service Committee of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, citing a lack of cooperation from the Philadelphia Coalition with an ultimatum to make a public statement regarding this matter; letter from Rita L. Bender (formerly Schwerner) to Governor Haley Barbour, chastising his actions and calling for further investigations following the Killen trial.

2.17 Philadelphia Coalition (3 of 3), 2005-2008.   Meeting notes; press conference drafts calling for further investigations into cold case murders in Mississippi.

2.18 Philadelphia Coalition Bylaws, 2006.   Meeting minutes; several drafts of bylaws.

2.19 Resources – Racial Reconciliation, 2003-2014; undated.   Publications from various organizations focused on racial reconciliation.

2.20 Resources – African American History, undated.   Pamphlet; “chartwheel” that a user may turn to reveal events at various dates.

2.21 Samuel Proctor Oral History Program – University of Florida, 2002.   Informed Consent and Deed of Gift (for interviewees’ oral histories) to the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (blank copies of both forms).

2.22 Southern Regional Council History Project, 2002.   “University of Florida Southern Regional Council History Project Sample Questionnaire: 1944-1955”; project itinerary and receipts; rationale for the project.

2.23 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Advice, 2004.   Email from Susan Glisson to various addressees, regarding the ultimatum email she and others received from John Steele and requesting advice and assistance; email to John Steele with a proposed integrated event as a solution to the opposing both organizations planned.

Box 3 

3.1 Tallahatchie County – Emmett Till Memorial Commission, 2007-2011.   Interview with Mamie Till-Mobley, mother of Emmett Till; Southern Quarterly, Special Issue on Emmett Till, Summer 2008; memorial service booklet for Jerome “G” Little; letter from Little (President of the Tallahatchie Board of Supervisors) to Senator Thad Cochran; documents regarding the Emmett Till Memorial Commission; Action Plan Phase I document for “Mississippi Delta at the Crossroads,” Special Task Force for the Revitalization of the Delta Region; letters from Betty Pearson to Susan Glisson; letters to senators regarding the Commission; letters regarding the Emmett Till Murder Trial State Historical Marker.

3.2 Tallahatchie County – Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi, 2007-2008.   Correspondence and documents related to the Foundation and grant money awarded for educational activities with the Emmett Till Memorial Commission.

3.3 Tallahatchie County – Call for Justice for Emmett Till, 2004-2007.   Letter from Betty Pearson to Susan Glisson; letter and newspaper clippings from S. M. Cook in Atlanta to Susan Glisson, demanding that Betty Pearson apologize to white Southerners for bringing slavery to the country; documents regarding the Philadelphia Commission and the Emmett Till Memorial Commission; copy of FBI file on Emmett Till case.

3.4 Tallahatchie County – Emmett Till Historical Marker, undated.   Envelope of copies of photographs of people in Sumner, Mississippi during the 1955 trial of Roy Bryant and JW Milam, for the murder of Emmett Till; drafts, forms, and correspondence regarding various historical markers related to Emmett Till’s murder; letter from Senator Roger F. Wicker to Susan Glisson regarding two bills in consideration in the United States Senate for National Heritage Areas in Mississippi; letter from Senator Thad Cochran to Susan Glisson regarding the authorization of a Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area; copies of photographs of the Sumner courthouse during the 1955 trial.

3.5 Tallahatchie County – Meeting Minutes, 2006-2009.   Meeting minutes and notes; correspondence regarding the meetings.

3.6 Tallahatchie County – Press, 2007.   Printouts of news items regarding the Emmett Till Memorial Commission.

3.7 Tallahatchie County – Sumner Courthouse, 2006.   Site plan drawings of the courthouse; application materials for historical restoration and addition to the Tallahatchie County Courthouse; information packet from architectural firm.

3.8 Tallahatchie County – Oral History, 2006.   Interview questions.

3.9 Voting Posters, 2004.   Hand-drawn voting posters made by (high school?) students.

3.10 Welcome Table, The, 2011.   List of retreat guidelines (“guideposts”); booklet entitled “Poetry Shared at ‘The Welcome Table,’” for the 2011 Statewide Alliance Retreat.

3.11 Workshops, 2013-2014.   Flyers, handouts, and a lesson plan for various workshops.

3.12 Business Cards Books, undated.   Business card books (3) containing various business cards.

3.13 Floppy Discs, undated.   2 cases of floppy discs, 1 unlabeled disc.

Box 4 

4.1 Research on Possible Grants, 2003-2004.   Information about grants.

4.2 Publications and News on Racial Injustice, 10/27/1964; 1998-2006.   Brochures, bumper stickers, and other Institute publications; October 27, 1964 Clarion Ledger reporting on the arrest of two white men, charged with assault and attempt to kill a Black man in Natchez, Mississippi on April 5, 1964.

4.3 Booklets and Brochures for Local Events and Organizations, 2004-2015.   Booklets made by the Institute, local clubs, churches, etc.

4.4 Local Publications/Articles, 2003-2008.   Jackson Free Press volume 7, no. 4, Oct. 9-15, 2008; photocopies of various news articles; copies of The Chronicle of Higher Education, Volume LIII, Number 6, with an article entitled “New Ways at Ole Miss” on the cover.

4.5 Open Doors (Folder 1 of 2), 2002.   Event flyers for Open Doors, an event that commemorated the 40th anniversary of the University of Mississippi’s racial integration; planning documents and correspondence.

4.6 Open Doors (Folder 2 of 2), 2002.   Planning documents and notes; floppy disc, labeled “open doors schedule” and “civil rights article”.

4.7 New State Flag Campaign (Folder 1 of 2), 2001.   Bumper stickers; sample ballots; informational flyers.

4.8 New State Flag Campaign (Folder 2 of 2), 2001.   Copies of news articles related to the campaign/vote for a new Mississippi state flag.

4.9 Brenda Luckett and Charles Reid Cassettes, March 15, 2004.   Cassettes (no cases), containing oral histories of Brenda Luckett and Charles Reid; envelope notes that the recordings are likely from Philadelphia, MS. Institute staff note that Luckett was in Clarksdale, MS at the time of the recording.

4.10 Mae Bertha Carter Cassettes, March 15, 1999.   Cassettes containing oral history recordings of Mae Bertha Carter of Drew, MS (2 items).

4.11 Alberta Jones and Freedom Summer Reunion Cassettes, 1994; March 15, 2004.   Cassettes containing an oral history recording of Alberta Jones (March 15, 2004) and recordings of the Freedom Summer Reunion at JSU (1994).

4.12 Unlabeled Mini Discs and Cassettes, undated.   8 boxes of mini discs and 12 cassette tapes, unlabeled, possibly blank.

Box 5 

5.1 “A Civil Rights Journey” Film Information (S. W. Hereford, III, M.D.), 2006.   Correspondence to and from Dr. Sonnie Wellington Hereford, III and documents related to civil rights and a documentary film that made use of Dr. Hereford’s 8mm films of 1962-3 events.

5.2 ACER (Action, Communication, Education, Reform), 2006.   Invoice for $3000 grant awarded for the Preserving Our History Project – 1966 Grenada County Freedom Movement.

5.3 Advisory Board, 2001-2005.   Meeting minutes, board member lists, correspondence regarding the board.

5.4 Affordable Housing Task Force, 2005.   Notes for the task force; information packet from United Housing.

5.5 “The African-American Experience: Stories of Courage and Determination” Software Information, 2006.   Information on a classroom software package from New Intelligence, Inc..

5.6 AAA Heritage Preservation Grant, 1994-2001.   Documents and correspondence regarding the preservation of Drew Elementary School in Drew, MS and the African-American Heritage Preservation Grant Program.

5.7 AGEM (Alliance for Graduate Education in Mississippi), 2004.   Meeting minutes, pamphlets.

5.8 Africa, 1999-2005.   National Geographic September 2005 (“Africa: Whatever you thought, think again” Special Issue); Amnesty International Winter 2004; photocopy of “A Journey Toward Peace” from Ebony South Africa, February 1999.

5.9 African American Tour Guide, undated.   Mississippi Development Authority Division of Tourism publication.

5.10 A Nation of Spectators, [1998].   “A Nation of Spectators: How Civic Disengagement Weakens America and What We Can Do About It,” Final Report of The National Commission on Civic Renewal.

5.11 Academic Task Force, undated.   Handwritten notes.

5.12 Alabama Election News, 05/27/1970.   Copy of Alabama Election News and copies of other documents related to racial segregation in Alabama, such as poll tax receipts.

5.13 Alford, Sarah M., 01/30/2003.   Thesis outline and prospectus for Sarah M. Alford, “The Delta Cooperative Farm: Hillhouse, MS”.

5.14 Alliance of Historical Dialogue & Accountability (AHDA), 05/26/2011.   Invitation for the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation to join the Alliance of Historical Dialogue & Accountability as an affiliated organization.

5.15 Allies, 09/12/2001.   Allies Program Manual, a program of the University Counseling Center Division of Student Affairs at the University of Mississippi.

5.16 Allstate Grant, 2006-2007.   Documents and correspondence related to a $13,000 grant for preservice teacher training.

5.17 Alternate Roots, 2001-2004.   Documents and flyers regarding events held in partnership between the William Winter Institute, Alternate Roots, and Jackson Free Press.

5.18 America’s CRM (teacher’s guide by Jeff Sapp), undated.   America’s Civil Rights Movement (2 copies), published by Teaching Tolerance, a Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

5.19 American Documentary, undated.   P.O.V. Season 16 poster.

5.20 American CRM Syllabi, 1999-2006.   College-level course syllabi related to the American Civil Rights Movement.

5.21 American History and Civics Education Act 2003, 2003.   Copy of the act as presented before the House of Representatives.

5.22 American Renaissance DM Ad, 2005.   Copy of an ad entitled “Will She Be a Racial Minority by the Time She Turns 40?” with an image of a white child, which ran in The Daily Mississippian; includes copies of responses to the ad.

5.23 American Studies Association Speakers, 09/08/2006.   Printout of an email with descriptions of the 2006-2007 Distinguished Speaker’s Bureau for the American Studies Association.

5.24 Amos Network, 2004.   Notes, emails, and documents relating to the Amos Network.

5.25 Amy Schmidt, [2005].   Resume and essay from Amy Schmidt.

5.26 Amos Reports, 2004.   Amos Network County and City Planning Committee Report (4 copies); partial article from The Oxford Eagle.

5.27 Andrus Grant, 2008.   Correspondence, workshop notes, and other documents relating to the grant.

5.28 Annual Meeting, 2008.   Reservation requests, other forms.

5.29 Annual Meeting 2008, 2008.   Copy of speech.

5.30 Annual Meeting 2009, 2008.   Terms of Use Agreement; room rates information.

5.31 Annual Report – FY 2003-2004, 2004.   Annual Report from the William Winter Institute.

5.32 Anti-Racism, undated.   The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond: A Selected Anti-Racist Bibliography.

5.33 Anti-Virus Information, 09/26/2001.   Signed anti-virus policy form.

5.34 APA, 10/15/2001.   Hand-written notes labeled “APA”.

5.35 Appalachia, 2001.   Appalachia vol. 34, no. 1, January-April 2001, Journal of the Appalachian Regional Commission.

5.36 Applied Research Center, 2009.   Various publications related to racial justice.

5.37 Appreciative Inquiry, undated.   Photocopy of unknown book, chapter 15: “Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Revolution in Change” by David L. Cooperrider and Diana Whitney, pages 245-261.

5.38 April 4th Foundation, 2004.   Information from the April 4th Foundation, a non-profit named for the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination.

5.39 Dr. Julie Armstrong, 2005.   Time sheets and curriculum vitae for Dr. Julie Armstrong.

5.40 Art Resources, 2004; undated.   2004 NAME Conference program; news article entitled “Joe Mintner’s African Village”.

5.41 Aspen Institute, 11/10/2005.   Letter from William F. Winter to Walter Isaacson, president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, regarding a productive phone call and plans for more discussions.

5.42 Assessment, 2005-2007.   Sample assessment documents; assessment plan/report from the William Winter Institute.

5.43 At Risk Youth Programs, undated.   Publications from at-risk youth programs, including a chapbook of poetry.

5.44 ATTR, 2007.   Correspondence and invoices regarding catering, room reservations, driving directions, etc., for a conference in November held by the William Winter Institute.

5.45 ATO Cultural Audit, 2002.   Correspondence regarding a cultural audit of the University of Mississippi; examples of cultural diversity survey instruments from other institutions.

5.46 Attala Industrial Development Corporation, 06/16/2003.   Memo with updates from Gary Matthews to AIDC/EDA [Attala Industrial Development Corporation / Economic Development Authority of Attala County] Members and Others.

5.47 Baroni, Marge, 1999-2000.   Correspondence, mini-grant applications, and notes regarding the donation of Marge Baroni’s papers to the University of Mississippi.

5.48 Barlow, Judy, undated.   Empty manila folder labeled “Judy Barlow”.

5.49 Baskins, Brian, 09/12/2012.   Letter and sample chapters from manuscripts written by Brian Baskins, requesting help in reviewing the chapters.

5.50 Batson/Morse Project, 2006-2008; 1960s.   Blank release forms; copies of articles and other documents from the initial years of racial integration at the University of Mississippi; travel documents for April Grayson.

5.51 Beaumont Freedom Grant, 2003.   Information on the 2003 grant requirements and available funds.

5.52 Beaumont Foundation, 2003.   Information and correspondence regarding grants.

5.53 Bellsouth, 10/26/2004.   Hand-written note about the Bellsouth Foundation.

5.54 Berry, Wendell, undated.   Photocopy of a chapter entitled “The Loss of the University” from the book Home Economics by Wendell Berry, pages 76-97.

5.55 Bellagio, 2000-2004.   Brochures from the Bellagio Study and Conference Center.

5.56 Belfry Project, 2003.   Newsletter and spiral-bound booklet regarding local (Oxford, MS) heritage.

5.57 Bender, Rita (visitation), 2005.   Letter from Rita Bender (formerly Rita L. Schwerner) to Governor Haley Barbour regarding the governor’s recent actions, citing them as “impediments to racial justice in Mississippi and our nation,” includes newspapers with articles on Bender and the Philadelphia Coalition; flight arrangements.

5.58 Bibliography, 2007.   Notes and draft agendas for June 11-15, 2007, “Writing and the Civil Rights”; multiple copies of a civil rights movement bibliography; photocopy of a detailed syllabus and course schedule for Sociology 201 Topics in Sociology, taught by Edwin King in Spring 1987.

5.59 Black Chronicle (Wilson Group Network, Inc.), 1999.   Compilation of Black Chronicle newspapers.

5.60 Black History Month (supplement to The Panolian), 02/07/2006.   Newspaper supplement celebrating Black History Month.

5.61 Blank Database Sheets, undated.   “Database Update Phonebank Worksheet” copies.

5.62 Block, Sam, undated.   Copies of news articles, legal documents, fact sheets.

5.63 Block Memorial Foundation, 2000-2001.   “The Hamer Times” vol. 1, issue 2; proposed by-laws and constitution of the Sam Block Foundation; grant application guidelines for the African-American Heritage Preservation Grant Program; Amsie Moore Civil Right Museum meeting notes and information.

5.64 Blueprint Mississippi, 2011.   Contact list.

5.65 Board Members Information, undated.   List of members and contact information; gifts.

5.66 Winter Board (Maps to Medical Center), undated.   Photocopies of driving/parking maps at The University of Mississippi Medical Center.

5.67 Bond, Julian, 1998.   Travel arrangements for Julian Bond; copies of Bond’s speech, “Civil Rights: Now and Then”.

5.68 Bradley Arant Rose White, undated.   Student essay for the Christopher P. Charlton Memorial Scholarship.

5.69 Bradley Arant Rose & White Scholarship in Law, 2007.   Applications for the scholarship.

5.70 Breaking the Silence, 2013.   Flyer for Breaking the Silence, LGBTQ Symposium, April 19-20, 2013, University of Mississippi; reservation forms; post-conference surveys.

5.71 Bonner Foundation, 2002; undated.   Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation information packet; Bonner Leaders Program Director’s Handbook.

5.72 Bridges (Memphis), 2003.   Information packet; hand-written notes.

5.73 Brookhaven, undated.   Hand-written notes; list of contacts.

5.74 Brooks, Owen, 2004-2005.   Hand-written note; fax copy of information sent to Owen H. Brooks regarding the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center.

5.75 Brochures / Bumper stickers, 2004-2005.   Various brochures and bumper stickers from people/events in Mississippi.

5.76 Brown Project, 2004.   Calendar of statewide events.

5.77 Brown University Curriculum, 2005.   National Endowment for the Humanities Curriculum Units in U. S. History, Memorandum of Understanding and Timeline (signed by Susan Glisson).

5.78 Bryant, C. C., undated.   Printed photograph and “Salute” to Curtis Conway Bryant.

5.79 Bucknell Oral History Project, 2005-2007.   Correspondence from Kelly Finley to Susan Glisson.

5.80 Buddhism & The Black Experience, undated.   Two copies of “A Sangha by Another Name” by Charles Johnson.

5.81 Camera Information, 2003-2007.   Documents regarding a video camera and related equipment.

5.82 Campbell, Will D., 1996-1998.   Brochures, articles, drafts, and correspondence regarding Reverend Will Campbell.

Box 6 

6.1 Campbell, Will, 12/07/1966; undated.   Photocopy of a letter to “Les” with a (satirical?) plan to end hunger in America; photocopy of a letter to McGeorge Bundy regarding racial isolation and the Ku Klux Klan; container list for the “Will Campbell Collection” in J. D. Williams Library.

6.2 Cape Town, 2011-2012.   Meeting agenda and related publications for the Winter Institute Group meeting in Cape Town, South Africa; CD labeled “Anita George – Photos”; CD labeled “Bob Parrott’s Photos”.

6.3 Catfish Workers, 2003.   Article from Essence entitled “Catfish & Courage”.

6.4 C. C. Bryant Project (Judith Barlow), 2005-2007.   Correspondence and documents regarding the C. C. Bryant documentary film project and a Mississippi Humanities Council Grant for that project; Judith Barlow applied for grant money; includes funeral program for Bryant.

6.5 Center for a Better South, 2005.   Information packet on the Center for a Better South.

6.6 Center for Community Economic Development, 11/18/2010.   Information packet for Strategic Planning Session II, Thursday, November 18, 2010.

6.7 Center for Family Policy and Practice, 2010.   Booklet entitled “Comprehensive Advocacy for Low-Income African American Men and Their Communities,” by Jill Groblewski.

6.8 Center Fundraising, 2001-2002.   Publications from Ole Miss Women’s Council for Philosophy; meeting notes and documents from the Center for the Study of Southern Culture.

6.9 Center for Media Production, undated.   Proposal outline.

6.10 Center for the Prevention of Violence, 2003.   Invitation and form for nominating students for “Combating Prejudice and Hate on Campus: The Second National Student Symposium”; includes faxed nomination form from Susan Glisson.

6.11 Center for Social Justice, 07/30/1998.   Vision Statement.

6.12 Center for National Diversity, undated.   Pamphlet.

6.13 Chancellor’s Office Correspondence, 2003-2007.   Thank-you notes from the University of Mississippi Chancellor’s office to donors; departmental records.

6.14 Chancellor’s Reports, 2003-2004; 2005-2006.   University of Mississippi Chancellor’s reports.

6.15 Changing South, 1999; undated.   Notes; The New Yorker, Jan. 25, 1999; Oxford Church Directory.

6.16 Children’s Defense Fund (Folder 1 of 2), 2005.   Sponsorship forms; policies; calendar.

6.17 Children’s Defense Fund (Folder 2 of 2), 2006-2007.   Articles; reports from the Children’s Defense Fund.

6.18 Children’s Library (Rome, MS), 2003.   Lists of books for children.

6.19 Choices Program, 2007.   Informational folder.

6.20 Clarion Ledger, Education Reform Coverage, 1982.   Photocopies of news articles.

6.21 Civil Rights Cold Cases, 2005; 2007.   Newspapers.

6.22 Civil Rights Documentary Project, undated.   Documents and notes for the Coca-Cola Grant for Civil Rights Film Project and the 1961 Freedom Riders 40th Reunion.

6.23 Georgia, Civil Rights Literature, 2007.   Documents regarding the publication of Literature of the American Civil Rights Movement.

6.24 Civil Rights Memorial (Folder 1 of 2), 2006.   Proposal and other planning documents for the memorial; publications and articles on the memorial and James Meredith.

6.25 Civil Rights Memorial (Folder 2 of 2), 2002.   Civil Rights Commemoration Initiative documents; memorial proposal; news regarding the change in design; letters from donors asking to have donations returned after the debate over the change in the original design.

6.26 Civil Rights Museum Advisory Commission, 2011.   Meeting agenda, house bill draft, by-laws.

6.27 Civil Rights Play (Education Outreach), undated.   News clipping on a play presented by the institute; Civil Rights Movement Unit for Grade 8 Booklet.

6.28 Civil Rights Reader, 2007.   Documents regarding permissions and copyright.

6.29 Civil Rights Trail, 2003.   Pamphlets, notes, copy of “The Color Line Project”; correspondence with Junebug Productions.

6.30 Clarion-Ledger, 01/25/2005.   News coverage of a rally supporting public education funding, with former MS Governor, William Winter speaking at the event.

6.31 Clarksdale, 2003.   Banquet agenda, notes, contacts, students’ impressions of Clarksdale.

6.32 Clemente Course, 1998-1999.   Information regarding The Clemente Course in the Humanities at Bard College.

6.33 Cleveland Youth Council, undated.   Pamphlet, information sheet.

6.34 Clinton, Bill, 2001-2003.   Letters from former MS Governor, William Winter to Bill Clinton; article entitled “Erasing America’s Color Lines,” from The New York Times.

6.35 Clinton Request, 2006-2007.   Correspondence regarding the One America event.

6.36 CLP in Mississippi, 2003.   Correspondence, notes, information handouts, contacts for the Color Line Project.

6.37 The Club, 2003.   Information and correspondence for an organization in Kosciusko, Mississippi.

6.38 Cochran, Thad, 2005.   Letter from Cochran to Susan Glisson; copy of resolution.

6.39 Coleman, Marcus, undated.   Conference/summit proposal.

6.40 Colom Conference, undated.   Handwritten notes.

6.41 Columbus, MS, 12/02/04.   Event proposal from Chuck Yarborough to Susan Glisson.

6.42 Community Foundation of Memphis, 1997.   Notes from Andrea Reynolds, newsletters.

6.43 Colom Foundation Grant, 2004-2005.   Conference meetings, grant application forms, articles.

6.44 Common Ground, 1998.   Information and training guides.

6.45 Communications, 2005.   Communication plans.

6.46 Communications – Susan Glisson, 2004.   Correspondence, articles, notes to/from Susan Glisson.

6.47 Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi, 11/02/2010.   Correspondence regarding a Youth Media Grant.

6.48 Complexions, 2004.   Information regarding Complexions dance event.

6.49 Conference on Continuity and Justice, 2002.   Copies of requested publications.

6.50 Constitution, 02/07/2000.   Letter from James Meredith to Susan Glisson requesting her support in Meredith’s goal of creating a New Mississippi Constitution.

6.51 Corporation for National Community Service, 09/10/2003.   Funds availability notice.

6.52 Correspondence, 2005-2007.   Law scholarship application forms; photocopy of letter from Dolly Robinette (wife of Jimmie E. Robinette); card from Dolly Robinette after her husband’s death.

6.53 CRCL Kids – Media Literacy Program, 2008.   Jackson Free Press, vol. 7, no. 4.

6.54 Civil Rights & Higher Education, undated.   Photocopy of “A Higher Education: The Involvement of Southern College Professors and Administrators in the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1971”.

6.55 Create EDGE, 2005.   Affective management training, “Enhancing Development and Growth for Employees” (EDGE).

Box 7 

7.1 Civil Rights Curriculum Resources, undated.   List of resources.

7.2 Civil Rights Brochure (Panola County), 04/18/2006.   Memorandum with information on the civil rights history of Panola County, MS.

7.3 CRCF (Civil Rights Commemoration Fund), 2001-2005.   Documents, articles, and correspondence regarding the University of Mississippi Civil Rights Memorial.

7.4 Corporate Event Magazine, 2008.   Vol. 4, no. 2 (2 copies).

7.5 Council on African American Affairs, 2005.   Vol. 1, no. 1.

7.6 Council of Concerned Citizens, 2009.   Jackson Free Press, vol. 7, no. 41.

7.7 The Crisis, 2003; 2006.   July/August 2003 issue; September/October 2006 issue.

7.8 Critical Moments, 2003-2004.   Critical Moments Panel documents; published scholarship.

7.9 Culminating Project for the Civil Rights Leadership Course, undated.   Lesson plans.

7.10 Cultural Tourism, 2004.   Articles, meeting notes, brochures.

7.11 Campbell Lecture, 2007.   Correspondence between Peter J. Gomes and Susan Glisson.

7.12 Dance, 2003.   Article and memorandum regarding the Racial Reconciliation Choreography Project.

7.13 Day of Diversity, 2000.   Letter and question list from the Department of Mental Health, in preparation for the Day of Diversity.

7.14 Deandre Rivers, 2006.   Information regarding Rivers’s placement as a summer intern at the Southern Education Foundation.

7.15 Death Penalty Information Center, 1998.   Reports.

7.16 Decatur, MS, 2005.   Copy of article regarding Medgar Evers.

7.17 Delta Blues Map, undated.   Map and information.

7.18 Delta Center, 2003; 2011.   Publications.

7.19 Delta Mindset Plan, 09/15/2008.   Plan for changing the mindset of the Delta region.

7.20 Delta Regional Authority (DRA), 2004.   Notes, conference agenda, registration information.

7.21 Delta, 2008-2009.   Publications regarding the Delta region.

7.22 Delta Reports, 1998.   Various reports, correspondence.

7.23 Delta Race Relations Consortium, 1999-2000.   Meeting notes, correspondence, information.

7.24 Delta State Honors Day, 2006.   Event program; newspaper; speech.

7.25 Delta State Rural & Regional Studies Class, 2006.   Articles; newspapers; photographs.

7.26 Demographics, 2000.   Census 2000 information.

7.27 The Diarist Project, 2010.   Memo and Diarist publications.

7.28 Dismantling Racism Works, 2007.   Information on the DRW process.

7.29 Diversity, 09/09/1997.   Meeting notes.

7.30 Diversity Training, 2002.   Pamphlet, photocopied article on racial diversity/integration (2 copies).

7.31 Diversity and Film, undated.   Brochures for video resources.

7.32 Diversity Inc., 2003.   Aug/Sep 2003 issue.

7.33 Diversophy, undated.   Pamphlet; information sheet.

7.34 Diversity Affairs Webpage, 2010.   List of Diversity Affairs Projects; printouts of webpages from other universities’ diversity-centered offices.

7.35 Diversity Studies, 2001-2002.   Notes; information on recording equipment.

7.36 Documentary Education Position, 2005; 2009.   Position description and notes; envelope of 2009 Summit surveys.

7.37 Drakes, Ashley, 2004.   Information regarding Drakes’s internship at the Southern Education Foundation

7.38 Early Childhood, 2011.   Learning Lab Conference information.

7.39 Early Childhood Development & Education, 2012.   Resource packets; conference information; Mississippi Kids Count 2012 Data Book.

7.40 EDSE 645/2, undated.   Course details.

7.41 Educational Disparities, undated.   ETS Policy Information Report, “Parsing the Achievement Gap: Baselines for Tracking Progress”.

7.42 Education Subcommittee, 2008.   Committee meeting agenda, statistics/reports.

7.43 Education Summit Registration, 2005.   Individuals’ registration forms.

7.44 Civil Rights Education Summit, 2007.   Newspaper article; hotel information; registration forms; evaluation forms.

7.45 Civil Rights Education, 1987; 2002.   Articles; oral history interview transcript.

7.46 Civil Rights Education Summit, 2005.   Information on the Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner Living Memorial Civil Rights Education Summit.

7.47 Education Report, 2005-2006.   Report on education; article from Southeastern Council of Foundations.

7.48 Education, undated.   Scholarly articles; news articles; statistical reports.

7.49 Eagle Academy, 2000.   Letter from Susan Glisson to Joe Johnson, offering encouragement for the work the academy is doing in the Mississippi Delta; information on the academy.

Box 8 

8.1 Econometric Model, 2005-2006.   Correspondence; research papers.

8.2 Economic Development Committee, 2008.   Notes; presentation slides.

8.3 The Economist, 03/01/2007.   Printout of article entitled, “Goodbye to the blues”.

8.4 Election Night, 2012.   Incident review committee meeting information; incident reports regarding events that occurred at the University of Mississippi.

8.5 Embattled Emblem, 12/08/1996.   Newspaper article entitled “At Last, The South Loses Well”; includes photocopies of article.

8.6 Emory Year of Reconciliation, 2000-2001.   Pamphlets, articles.

8.7 Employees, 2006.   Memorandum regarding hiring practices.

8.8 Endowment, 12/29/2003.   Memorandum of agreement.

8.9 Entergy’s Open Grant Program, 04/19/2004.   William Winter Institute’s grant application

8.10 Enterprise Corporation of the Delta, 08/28/2009.   Handwritten notes.

8.11 Environmental Research, 03/12/1996.   Announcement of special awards competition.

8.12 Episcopalians, 2001-2003.   Notes; meeting agendas; correspondence.

8.13 Equipment, 2004-2008.   Equipment purchase orders and receipts.

8.14 Essay by Reverend Ed King, 11/05/2004.   “Growing Up in MS in a Time of Change”.

8.15 Essays, undated.   Essays by various authors.

8.16 Ethnic NewsWatch Web Subscriber (SoftLine Information), undated.   Information packet.

8.17 Ethnic Studies, undated.   Printouts of webpages; photocopies of handwritten notes.

8.18 Eubanks, W. Ralph, undated.   Dear Reader, September/October 2003, with information about W. Ralph Eubanks signing at Square Books.

8.19 MEI (Medgar Evers Institute), 1997-2009.   Meeting agendas; notes; brochures; etc.

8.20 Evers, Medgar, 06/10/2003.   Medgar Wiley Evers Forty-Year Commemoration Program.

8.21 Evers-Williams, Myrlie, 10/27/2009.   Booklet for the National Civil Rights Museum 2009 Freedom Awards, honoring Mrs. Myrlie Evers-Williams, among others; includes hologram of honorees.

8.22 Executive Committee, 05/10/2000.   Correspondence from Susan Glisson, with a job description of the director’s position at the institute.

8.23 File List, undated.   List of file folders contained in the filing cabinets of the institute.

8.24 Facing History and Ourselves (1 of 5), 2003-2007.   Brochures; audio visual resource guides.

8.25 Facing History and Ourselves (2 of 5), 2003-2007.   Brochures; audio visual resource guides.

8.26 Facing History and Ourselves (3 of 5), 2003.   Information packet.

8.27 Facing History and Ourselves (4 of 5), 2003.   Information packet.

8.28 Facing History and Ourselves (5 of 5), 2002-2003.   Information packet with additional notes and correspondence regarding the North Mississippi American History Consortium.

8.29 Faith and Politics Institute, 2004-2006.   Booklets; bookmarks.

8.30 Faith-Based Anti-Racism, undated.   Articles; brochures.

8.31 Farmville, VA, 2007; undated.   Letter from Farmville resident to William Winter; speech/essay entitled “Forgiving Others”.

8.32 Fayette County Project, 2003.   Executive director’s quarterly report.

8.33 Fayette County, TN, Civil Rights Movement, circa 1960-2006.   Booklets; letter to Susan Glisson regarding her participation on a commemorative civil rights panel; copy of Our Portion of Hell: Fayette County, Tennessee: An Oral History of the Struggle for Civil Rights by Robert Hamburger (1973); copies of primary materials and articles.

8.34 February 16 Jackson Meeting, 2006.   Correspondence; notes; strategic plan draft.

8.35 Fetzer Foundation, 2005-2012.   Correspondence; notes; reports.

8.36 Fetzer (Grant One), 2008-2009.   Contracts; notes; correspondence.

8.37 Fetzer (Grant Two), 2009-2012.   Contracts; budgets; invoices.

8.38 Film and Teaching Catalogs, undated.   Film and teaching resource catalogs.

8.39 Financial Records/Expenses, 2007.   Invoices, receipts, reservations.

8.40 Financial Support, 2003-2007.   Invoices, checks.

8.41 First Amendment Center, undated.   First Amendment Schools Vision Statement (2 copies).

8.42 First Steps, 1998-2003.   Correspondence regarding First Steps Training & Development; CVs; notes.

8.43 Flag Issue (1 of 2), 2000-2001.   Newsclippings, books chapters, and other documents related to the Mississippi state flag issue; hate mail.

8.44 Flag Issue (2 of 2), 2001.   Articles; notes; supporters’ signatures.

8.45 Flag Study, 2002.   Study entitled “Accounting for ‘Racism’: Responses to Political Predicaments in Two States.

8.46 Ford Foundation (Folder 1 of 3), 2000-2003.   Articles; grant information.

8.47 Ford Foundation (Folder 2 of 3), 11/10/2005.   Letter from former MS Governor William Winter to Susan Berresford at the Ford Foundation, requesting her support in the Winter Institute’s mission.

8.48 Ford Foundation (Folder 3 of 3), 1998-2000.   Notes, correspondence, publications.

8.49 Forrest County, 2003-2007.   Correspondence and notes regarding civil rights history in Forrest County, Mississippi.

8.50 Foundation Materials, 2000; undated.   Materials for gift solicitation.

8.51 Foundation for the Mid-South, 2000-2001.   Annual Report to the Region.

Box 9 

9.1 Foundation for the Mid-South, 1994-2001.   Publications.

9.2 Freedom Rides 1999, 1999-2002.   Notes, mission statements.

9.3 MPB Freedom Rider Broadcast, 2006.   Agreements regarding the use of Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead on Mississippi Public Broadcasting.

9.4 FR Festivals, 2005-2006.   Film festival submissions for Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead; Crossroads Film Festival booklet.

9.5 FR 50th Anniversary, 05/24/2010.   Letter to Freedom Riders.

9.6 Freedom Rider Film (Rights), 2004-2005.   Order forms and permissions agreements for archival and copyrighted materials used in the Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead film.

9.7 Press (FR), 2004-2005.   Newspapers and clippings on the Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead film.

9.8 Freedom Rider Film, 2001-2005.   Oral history transcripts; newspapers; DVD of Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead; notes.

9.9 FR Interview Schedules, 2001-2004.   Recording schedules.

9.10 Freedom Rider Film Requests, 2005.   Unopened mail (assumed to be a DVD); DVD requests; correspondence regarding the film.

9.11 FR Scripts and Notes, 2004-2005.   Scripts and notes for Freedom Riders: The Children Shall Lead; archival requests/forms.

9.12 FR - Website Exercise, 2004.   “Step Into History” exercise using archival materials; includes students’ responses to the exercise, which asked them to imagine they were Freedom Riders imprisoned at Parchman Penitentiary in 1961.

9.13 Freedom Schools, 1964; 2003-2004.   Articles and publications regarding Freedom Schools.

9.14 Freedom Rider Film, 2004-2007.   Film award application; release and copyright agreements.

9.15 Freedom Summer, 1964-2001.   Photocopies of materials related to Freedom Summer.

9.16 Freedom Summer – Holly Springs, 1964.   Photocopies of materials related to Freedom Summer in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

9.17 Friends Program, 11/30/2005.   “Friends Programs” presentation slides, by Ted J. Smith.

9.18 Fullerton Fellowship, 2006-2007.   Correspondence regarding donations; publications about the Chris Fullerton Memorial Scholarship.

9.19 Fullerton Thesis, 1998-2002.   Southern Studies alumni list and donation request letter; letter from Jennifer Langdale with photographs; copies of Chris Fullerton’s thesis; envelope of photos of Fullterton.

9.20 Freedom Summer Mailing List, 1994; 2004.   Correspondence and information on conferences related to freedom summer.

9.21 Future of the South, 2004; undated.   Information regarding an Endowment for the Future of the South.

9.22 Gannett Foundation, 09/23/2004.   Letter announcing the Winter Institute’s receipt of a grant from the Gannett Foundation for $5,000.

9.23 Gannett Grant Proposal, 2004.   Application and correspondence.

9.24 Georgia Reconciliation, 10/15/2003.   Photocopy of news article entitled “Perdue seeks racial healing with forum” in The Clarion-Ledger.

9.25 Gideon’s Guard, 2001-2005.   Working group proposal; proposal for Gideon’s Guard; notes

9.26 Glisson, Richard, 01/10/2006.   Draft of “Senate Bill ????,” written by Susan Glisson’s nephew Richard. The draft later became SB2718. Richard Glisson produced the draft during an intensive study course with Susan Glisson as part of his Master’s degree in southern studies.

9.27 Glisson, Susan (Folder 1 of 3), 12/11/2001.   Letter and packet of curriculum materials on the civil rights movement for young children, from Maggie Nolan Donovan to Susan Glisson.

9.28 Glisson, Susan (Folder 2 of 3), 2006-2008.   Letter from Lieutenant Governor Amy Tuck, appointing Glisson as a member of the Mississippi Commission on the Holocaust; articles and flyers; speech including story of Glisson’s first awareness of racial injustice.

9.29 Glisson, Susan (Folder 3 of 3), 2005.   Correspondence, flight reservation.

9.30 Susan Glisson Press, 08/24/2003.   Copies of The Daily Morning News with an article entitled “A movement’s unfinished business,” with a note from the staff writer to Glisson.

9.31 Global South (Folder 1 of 2), 2005-2006; undated.   Grant proposal; articles.

9.32 Global South (Folder 2 of 2), 2005-2008.   Grant application; scholarly articles and publications; meeting notes and flyers.

9.33 Governor’s Commission (Katrina), 2005.   Mississippi Renewal Forum article and schedule.

9.34 GQ Article, 12/2000.   Article entitled “Burning Mississippi” (torn from magazine) and photocopy.

9.35 Goldring / Woldenburg Institute of Southern Jewish Life, undated.   Information packet.

9.36 Graham, Lawrence Otis, 10/13/2006.   Information packet on Graham’s The Senator and the Socialite

9.37 Grants (NEA, Archives), 1996-2003.   Grant information and application materials.

9.38 Grace Magazine, 2003.   Fall 2003 “Diversity Issue."

9.39 Grant Info, 1998-2004.   Application forms and information on various grants.

9.40 Grant – YAC Application, 2003.   Interest letter to Lilly Endowment Inc.; grant information for Yoknapatawpha Arts Council grants.

9.41 Grantmaker Database, undated.   Printout of available grants and application criteria.

9.42 Greater Shreveport Human Relations Commission, 1998.   Letter from Joe Anne Dupard Akpan, Executive Director, to Susan Glisson; publications from the Commission.

9.43 Green, Michael J., 2005.   Letter and poem.

9.44 Greensboro, 06/23/2009.   Letter from leaders of The Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, requesting support from the Winter Institute for their 30th commemorative anniversary .

9.45 Greenwood, 2008-2009.   Articles about Greenwood, Mississippi.

9.46 Grenada, 2005-2006.   Correspondence and information about Grenada, Mississippi.

9.47 Gulfport, 2012.   Handwritten notes.

9.48 Fannie Lou Hamer Institute, 2004-2009.   Handwritten notes; Humanitarian Award program; workshop curriculum.

9.49 Handbook, 1999-2005.   Booklets and pamphlets; notes; correspondence.

Box 10 

10.1 Harvard NEH, 2000.   Post-It note on folder contents reads “Notes by Anthony James from NEH session on CRM at Harvard 2000”.

10.2 Hattiesburg, 2004.   Articles; correspondence; contact list.

10.3 H-Net Humanities Online, 01/01/1998.   Information packet.

10.4 Harden Grant, 08/28/2000.   Draft of Hardin Foundation grant proposal.

10.5 Healing the Heart of Diversity, undated.   Information packet and other publications.

10.6 Healthcare (Folder 1 of 2), 12/01/2004.   Review copy of “The Desegregation of the Hospitals in Jackson Mississippi."

10.7 Healthcare (Folder 2 of 2), 2010-2011.   Farm policy and nutrition plans/booklets for state health initiatives in Mississippi.

10.8 Hearin Grant, 2002-2009.   Correspondence regarding financial support of the Winter Institute; reports; agreements.

10.9 Height, Dorothy, 2003.   Correspondence regarding Height’s memoirs.

10.10 Hendrickson, Paul, 2003.   Publishing information for Sons of Mississippi by Paul Hendrickson.

10.11 Heritage & CR Pathways in Arkansas, undated.   Booklet.

10.12 Heritage Foundation, 01/18/2012.   Letter of endorsement for restoring the Burns Methodist Episcopal Church in Oxford, Mississippi.

10.13 Hillegas COFO Files, undated.   Photocopies of documents, news clippings, booklets.

10.14 Hillegas, Jan, 1999-2003.   Correspondence; writing samples; newsletter.

10.15 History 163, 1999.   Course syllabus.

10.16 History of Institute, 1999-2000.   Planning report; mission statement; newspaper pages.

10.17 Hollowell, Annette, undated.   Resume.

10.18 Holly Springs, 2003-2005.   Film grant proposals; envelope of film project information; Marshall County civil rights tour outline.

10.19 Honors College, 2006.   List of scholarship recipients; project proposal.

10.20 Hope in the Cities, 2002-2004.   Reports; includes mini-CD on a youth leadership initiative.

10.21 HOPI, undated.   “A Message from the Hopi People."

10.22 Housing Resources, undated.   Handwritten notes.

10.23 Human Resources Handbook, 2003; 2007.   A Handbook for Faculty and Staff revisions; letter of appointment for David Molina.

10.24 Human Rights, undated.   Handbooks.

10.25 Hurricane Katrina, 01/2008.   “Hurricane Katrina and the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacements,” booklet.

10.26 Inkspot, undated.   Inkspot (Oxford, Mississippi T-shirt design shop) catalog.

10.27 IHL, 2006.   Mississippi State Institutions of Higher Learning (MS IHL) information packet.

10.28 Immigration, undated.   “Immigration Survival Manual” booklet.

10.29 Independent Study, 2005.   Printouts of online research.

10.30 Innovative Leadership Solutions, undated.   “The Collaboration Framework” poster (2 copies).

10.31 Institute of Inner Faith Dialog, 2011.   Event invitations.

10.32 Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy (Maryland), 1998.   Pamphlet.

10.33 Institutional Assessment, 2011.   Assessment documents.

10.34 Intercultural Relations Committee, 1999.   Meeting notes; presentation slides (printout).

10.35 Intern Development Program, 2006.   Pamphlets and flyers.

10.36 Internal Audit, 2007.   Internal audit report and follow-up documents for the Winter Institute.

10.37 International Allies, undated.   Business cards; pamphlet; list of allies.

10.38 International Conference Participants, 2003.   Payment, registration, and travel documents.

10.39 International Conference on Race – Press (1 of 2), 2003.   Photocopies of news articles on the conference.

10.40 International Conference on Race – Press (2 of 2), 1998-2002.   Newspapers and clippings, copies of articles, and other publications related to race.

10.41 International Conference Proposals, 2003.   Proposal documents; correspondence; presentation materials.

10.42 International Conference Logistics, 2003.   Group booking contract.

10.43 International Conference Cash Reports, 2003.   Payment information.

10.44 International Conference Payment Request, 2003.   Reimbursement documents for Dr. Gerald Yutrzenka (panelist).

10.45 International Conference Follow Up, 2001-2003.   Follow-up questions; proposal; email correspondence.

10.46 International Conference Account Information, 2003.   Invoices; biographical statements.

10.47 International Conference Speakers, 2003.   Invitation letters; proposals.

10.48 International Conference (Folder 1 of 2), 2002-2003.   Planning documents and correspondence; newspapers; related publications.

10.49 International Conference (Folder 2 of 2), 2002-2003.   Planning documents and correspondence; newspapers; related publications.

10.50 International Criminal Court, 1994-2004.   Publications and copies of articles.

10.51 International Conference Speaker Release, 2004-2007.   Conference booklet; release forms; envelope containing CD and flyers of “Rhythms of Liberation” (Ghana’s 50th Independence Anniversary commemoration).

10.52 International Institute for Sustained Dialogue, undated.   Informational flyers and booklets.

10.53 IRR Board, 2003.   Committee roles and responsibilities; correspondence.

10.54 IRR Plans, 2002-2003.   Planning notes and meeting minutes; contact lists.

10.55 Jackson Civil Rights Movement Driving Tour, 2001.   Pamphlet.

10.56 Jackson Industrial Areas Foundation, undated.   Information sheet.

10.57 Jackson Prep, 2002-2003.   Volunteering information.

10.58 Japanese Americans, 2004.   Booklet entitled “A Conversation about Civil Rights and Social Justice in Arkansas."

10.59 Jasper, TX Handbook, 2002.   Discussion guide entitled “Two Towns of Jasper."

10.60 Jeanes Supervisors, 2004.   Brochure for a documentary.

10.61 Jackson, Sr., Jesse, 1999.   Correspondence, documents, and news clippings regarding Reverend Jackson’s tour of Mississippi.

10.62 J. Dowd Hall Review, 2001.   Publications remembering the civil rights movement.

Box 11 

11.1 John O. Batson, 2005.   Correspondence from Batson to the Winter Institute.

11.2 John Hope Franklin, 03/09/2009.   The New York Times Weekend Review pages, featuring an article on Franklin.

11.3 Joint Center for Political Economic Studies, 2003.   Copies of the May/June and July/August issues of Focus magazine, with letters from Mike Wenger.

11.4 Jonestown, 2003-2004.   Jonestown, Mississippi newsletter for Spring and Summer of 2003 and Spring of 2004.

11.5 Journalism, 1998.   Correspondence regarding a professorship in journalism.

11.6 Journal of Mississippi History, 2003.   Copy of “The Jeanes Supervisor: Agent of Change in Mississippi’s African American Education,” from vol. LXV, no. 2, Summer 2003.

11.7 Judy Barlow-Roberts Thesis, 2006.   Thesis entitled “A Race Man Is What They Called Him: C. C. Bryant and the McComb, Mississippi Voter Registration Movement 1961-1965”.

11.8 Juneteenth, 2000.   Informational flyers.

11.9 Jury Selection Discrimination, 2010.   Booklet entitled “Illegal Racial Justice Discrimination in Jury Selection: A Continuing Legacy."

11.10 Juvenile Offenders Arts Programs, undated.   Booklet entitled “Arts Programs for Juvenile Offenders in Detention and Corrections” (3 copies).

11.11 K-12 Curriculum, undated.   Curriculum materials for teaching about the Civil Rights Movement.

11.12 Kellogg Foundation, 2007-2009.   Correspondence regarding an awarded grant; 2007 annual report.

11.13 Kellogg “Engaged Institution”, 1999.   Third report, “Returning to Our Roots: The Engaged Institution."

11.14 Kennard Petition, 2006.   Articles about efforts to posthumously pardon Clyde Kennard.

11.15 Key West Retreat, undated.   Notes, biographical information, and reading recommendations from the retreat.

11.16 Kettering, 1998-2009.   Reports and publications from the Kettering Foundation.

11.17 Khayat, Robert C., 2008.   Notes; correspondence.

11.18 Kirk Sims (1 of 2), 2002-2006.   Contact lists; meeting notes; printed emails and other correspondence.

11.19 Kirk Sims (2 of 2), 2005.   Time sheets; pay stubs ; travel forms.

11.20 Kosciusko, 2003.   Card from Preston Hughes in Kosciusko, Mississippi; meeting flyers for “The Club."

11.21 Labor Organizing, 2000.   Information on unions.

11.22 Lafayette, Bernard, 2001.   Article from American Profile on Bernard Lafayette Jr.

11.23 Lamison, Doris, 10/31/2005.   Letter of support and praise from Lamison to former MS Governor William Winter.

11.24 Language of Peace, 2007-2008.   Notes; printed article; draft essay/speech.

11.25 Lanier, 2002.   Notes and correspondence related to a newspaper created by Lanier High School students; includes the newspaper (3 copies).

11.26 Lanier High School, 2003-2004.   Documents related to the First Amendment School Project at Lanier High School.

11.27 Lanier High School FAS Grant, 2001-2002.   Application materials; First Amendment School Vision Statement (8 copies); school improvement report.

11.28 Latchkey Children, undated.   Handbook and information packet.

11.29 Law School Forum. 1966.   Copy of address by Robert F. Kennedy.

11.30 Law School Lecture Series, undated.   Handwritten notes.

11.31 Leadership for a Changing World, 2005.   Nominator guidelines.

11.32 Ad-Hoc Leadership Council, 2003-2004.   Flyers, sign-up sheets, correspondence.

11.33 Leadership Plenty Concerns, 2005.   Letters from Jan Hillegas regarding Leadership Plenty.

11.34 Leadership, 2002-2003.   Brochure for Jackson, Mississippi; leadership booklets.

11.35 Legislative, 2003.   Mississippi 2003 Legislative Session Roster; proposal preparation information.

11.36 Liba 102 (Folder 1 of 2), undated.   Notes and curriculum materials.

11.37 Liba 102 (Folder 2 of 2), undated.   Information for prospective teachers.

11.38 Liba Course, undated.   Course documents (possibly handouts).

11.39 Liba 102 - Glisson, 2005.   Course materials for Liba 102:39, taught by Susan Glisson in fall 2005

11.40 Librarians/Principals, 2003.   Correspondence between the Institute and local librarians/teachers regarding student participation in the dedication ceremony for the civil rights memorial.

11.41 Abraham Lincoln, 2006.   Documents related to Lincoln and a Lincoln Bicentennial.

11.42 Little, Jerome, 12/14/2011.   Program for the celebration of the life of Jerome “G” Little.

11.43 "Little Rock Public Schools Report 1997", 1997; 2010.   Bound 1997 report with letter from Joel E. Anderson, Chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (2010) and a copy of a letter from former MS Governor William Winter (1997).

11.44 Lived Theology, 2003.   Brochures and maps from Oxford, Mississippi and surrounding areas; copies of articles and publications from theological organizations; meeting agendas/notes.

11.45 Lived Theology and the Language of Peace, 2008.   Readings and schedules.

11.46 Living Wage Campaign (Folder 1 of 3), 2000.   Publications and reports related to the living wage.

11.47 Living Wage Campaign (Folder 2 of 3), 2000-2001.   Notes, information, and publications related to the living wage.

11.48 Living Wage Campaign (Folder 3 of 3), 2009.   “The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Mississippi 2009” booklet; notes, articles, brochures, statistics.

Box 12 

12.1 Logos, 2003-2009.   Institute logo mock-ups on cardboard.

12.2 Lott Leadership Institute, 2001-2003.   Notes, publications.

12.3 Louder than Words, undated.   Call for letters of intent; Louder than Words: Lawyers, Communities and the Struggle for Justice, a report to the Rockefeller Foundation.

12.4 LRM: Need for Local & National Labor Movement, 2000-2004.   “Advancement Project” information packet.

12.5 Lynching, 2003.   “Without Sanctuary: Lynching Photography in America” brochures and essay; copies of email.

12.6 Mahogany Magazine, 2000-2010.   Issue of Mahogany, a local Delta newspaper; media kit.

12.7 Magazines, 2006.   Magazine issues/photocopy reporting on race.

12.8 Mark Shields Visit, 2000-2001.   Correspondence, forms, and media related to Shields’s visit to the University of Mississippi.

12.9 Marsh Project, 2001-2006.   Project proposal; articles and chapters; notes.

12.10 McComb (Folder 1 of 3), 2004-2005.   Notes, newspaper clippings, copies of historical documents.

12.11 McComb (Folder 2 of 3), 2005-2006.   Notes, newspaper pages and clippings, correspondence.

12.12 McComb (Folder 3 of 3), 2005-2006.   Correspondence, publications.

12.13 McComb Clippings, 1998-1999.   News clippings.

12.14 Trent Lott, 2006.   News clippings related to Trent Lott’s remarks on segregation.

12.15 McComb Education Summit Reimbursements, 2006.   Invoices and receipts.

12.16 McComb Education Summit Attendees, 2006.   Evaluation and contact forms.

12.17 McComb Education Summit, 2005.   Maps/directions, historical site descriptions, summit schedule.

12.18 McComb Legacies, 2005.   Email, photocopy of Turning Point by Frank R. Parker, news article.

12.19 McComb NEH, 2006.   Grant application packet; project descriptions; application directions/information.

12.20 McComb Summit Registrations, 2004-2005.   Registration list and contact forms.

12.21 McDaniel, Ron, 02/18/2006.   Resume.

12.22 McDew, Chuck, 02.28.2006.   Program for “Charles ‘Chuck’ McDew: Reflections of a man’s footprints in time."

12.23 McDew Trip Details, 2004-2005.   Information about students and chaperones in attendance.

12.24 MDAH Information, 2001-2002.   Information on the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Collections pertaining to civil rights movements in Mississippi, the state historical marker program, and the film collection.

12.25 MDAH Guidelines / Grant Information, 2006-2007.   Grant application materials; agreements; correspondence.

12.26 MDAH Procedures, undated.   MDAH Community Heritage Preservation Grant Program Round V materials (2 copies); Memorandum of agreement for the Drew Rosenwald School Restoration Project.

12.27 Marshall, Susie, 2004-2006.   Lafayette African American History Project: information, program for recognition ceremony for Marshall; letter from Marshall to Susan Glisson.

Box 13 

13.1 Medgar Evers Institute, 2004-2005.   Newsletter from the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority regarding a permanent exhibit on Evers; letters from Myrlie Evers-Williams to Susan Glisson.

13.2 Media Directory, 2002-2003.   Mississippi Media Directory (booklet).

13.3 Media Clips, 2004-2005.   Selected media clips, prepared by the Institute.

13.4 Media Contacts, 2002-2003.   List of media contacts; printouts of online news articles.

13.5 Media Center, 2004.   Invoice.

13.6 Memorial Press, 2005-2007.   News articles related to the James Meredith civil rights memorial on the University of Mississippi campus.

13.7 Memphis in May, 2010.   Letter and articles sent from Lyman D. Aldrich to Susan Glisson.

13.8 Michael Brady, 11/20/2009.   Synopsis and script of “Blind Singers and Footloose Bards: How the Blues Came up in Mississippi: A Docudrama” written by P. M. Brady.

13.9 MDA Grant Letter, 2005.   Correspondence and forms related to a grant for the construction of playgrounds in Drew, Rome, and Philadelphia, Mississippi.

13.10 Mid-Delta Workforce Alliance, 2001.   Board of Directors list; letter regarding Chris Myers and MDCC.

13.11 Mirisch Agency, undated.   Information about Jennifer Ogden.

13.12 Miscellaneous, 2001-2008.   Information about grants and companies, articles, correspondence, August 22, 2005 issue of Fortune magazine.

13.13 Mission Mississippi, 1998-2003.   Brochure, William Winter speech transcript, information packet.

13.14 MS ACLU, 2009-2010.   Publications.

13.15 MS ARC, 2011.   Completed conference surveys, Cabot Lodge contract/conference information, catering information, 2 SD cards labeled “Mississippi ARC Conference Video, Sept. 22, 2011."

13.16 MS Arts Commission, 2008.   Take Part! Building Diversity in Arts Participation DVD, checklist for a building fund.

13.17 MS Center for Justice, 2003-2004.   Correspondence and publications.

13.18 MS Center for Justice Voices of Change, undated.   “Voices of Change: The Story of the Mississippi Center for Justice” booklet.

13.19 MS ARC and WWIRR, 2011.   Registration forms, correspondence, biographical information for Margaret Sanger.

13.20 MS Center for Nonprofits, 2003.   Pamphlets and flyers.

13.21 MS Civil Rights Education Commission, 2012.   Meeting agenda.

13.22 MS Civil Rights Veterans, 2009.   4th annual conference program.

13.23 Mississippi Coalition, 2005.   Correspondence, notes, business cards.

13.24 MS Department of Education, 2003; 2008.   Handwritten notes; “Raising Student Achievement in Mississippi with Out-of-the-Box Thinking and Doing” proposals.

13.25 Mississippi Development Authority, 07/23/2001.   Grant forms.

13.26 Mississippi Economic Council, undated.   Handwritten notes.

13.27 MS Freedom Trail, 2011.   Correspondence, task force list.

13.28 MS Heritage Trust, 2003.   “Mississippi’s 10 Most Endangered Historical Places” booklet.

13.29 MS Humanities Council Grant for Wade-Ins, 2010.   Payment information, forms, agreements.

13.30 MS Leaders for Social Justice Spirit of Justice Retreat, 2006.   Retreat information.

13.31 MS Literary Initiative Between the Lions, 04/30/2010.   “Evaluation of the Between the Lions Mississippi Literacy Initiative” packet.

13.32 MS Public Broadcasting, undated.   Handwritten notes.

13.33 MSC Project, 2009.   Articles; DVD labeled “Dr. Scott 5/6/09” with notes from an interview.

13.34 MS Truth Commission Contact Info, 2009.   Contact information sheets.

13.35 MS State Flag, 2000-2001.   Articles, information about a vote on the flag.

13.36 Mississippi State University (Freedom Summer Project), 03/06/2007.   Letters from The John C. Stennis Institute of Government.

13.37 MS Stats, 2000-2001.   Census report on racial distribution in Mississippi.

13.38 MTP Declaration of Intent, undated.   Mississippi Truth and Reconciliation Project “Draft Declaration of Intent” (several drafts).

13.39 MTP Declaration Ceremony, 2009.   Sign-in sheets; newspaper; “Draft Declaration of Intent”; blank cardstock.

13.40 MTP Early 2008 Organizing, 2008.   Meeting agenda, notes.

13.41 MTP Fundraising, 2009.   Correspondence, notes.

13.42 MTP Information from ICTJ, 2009.   Agreement, invoice, information from the International Center for Transitional Justice.

13.43 MTP Northeastern Conference Info, 2007.   Correspondence, notes, room bookings.

13.44 MTP Policy, undated.   “A Policy Initiative to Study Systemic Racism in Mississippi."

13.45 MTP Public Phase of Organizing, 2009.   Correspondence, activity reports from regional organizers, notes, signatures.

13.46 MTP State Allies, 2008-2009.   Correspondence, contact sign-up sheets, returned mail.

13.47 MTP Summer/Fall '08 Organizing, 2007-2008.   Correspondence, activity reports from regional organizers, feedback forms.

13.48 MTP Tougaloo Meeting, Summer 2007.   Planning documents and correspondence.

13.49 MS Truth Project, 2009.   Finalized documents (declarations, policies, etc.), informational documents.

13.50 MTP Greenwood/Leflore County Pledgeship, undated.   Completed pledge forms.

13.51 MTP Region 1, undated.   Contact list.

13.52 MTP By last name, undated.   Districts, contact information, informational documents.

13.53 MTP Region 2, undated.   Contact list.

13.54 MTP Region 3, undated.   Contact list.

13.55 MTP Region 4, undated.   Contact list.

13.56 MTP Region 5, undated.   Contact list.

13.57 MTP Incomplete, undated.   Contact list.

13.58 MTP By District, undated.   Contact list.

13.59 MS Truth Project Activity Reports, 2009.   Activity reports from regional organizers.

13.60 MS Truth & Reconciliation Phone Numbers, undated.   Contact list.

Box 14 

14.1 MS Valley State, 2002.   Handwritten notes.

14.2 MS Volunteer Services, undated.   Handwritten notes.

14.3 MIT Committee on Campus Race Relations, 1997-1999.   Publications.

14.4 Montgomery Initiative, 2003-2007.   Hill Fire: Listen to the Voices DVD, brochure and news on the live Hill Fire production (produced by the Montgomery County Arts Council), letter from the The Montgomery Institute.

14.5 Amzie Moore, undated.   Handwritten notes.

14.6 Amzie Moore Foundation, 2001.   Handwritten notes, museum information.

14.7 Moore’s Ford, 2007.   Information on Welborn Victor Jenkins (African-American writer and poet), requiem by Jenkins entitled “The ‘Incident’ at Monroe,” planning conference information, printed emails.

14.8 Moses, Bob, 2001.   Information about Bob Moses, curriculum information.

14.9 Mound Bayou, 2008.   Advance reader copy or galley of Keisha Goes to Mound Bayou, a picture book by Dorothy Holden, illustrated by Gloria Mitchell.

14.10 Movement Films, undated.   News clipping about a film festival.

14.11 MRLC, 2006.   Notes, contact information.

14.12 MTC Forms, 2000-2001.   Mississippi Humanities Council Grant Application Forms and Guidelines 2000-2001 booklet (2 copies).

14.13 MTP, 1969; 2009.   Seton Hall Law Review, vol. 39, no. 3, 2009; copy of letter from Sheriff Bon Hughes McElreath to Senator James O. Eastland.

14.14 Mullins Farm (MS), 2007.   Correspondence and copies of photographs.

14.15 Multicultural Affairs, 1999-2003.   Notes, flyers, correspondence, information packet on Nikki Giovanni, Black History Month calendar for 2000.

14.16 Multicultural Education, 2009.   Teaching Tolerance magazine, Fall 2009.

14.17 Museum of American Slavery, 1997-2009.   Printouts of emails, copy of news article.

14.18 Muslim Museum, 2002-2004.   Notes, correspondence, information packet, “The Legacy of Timbuktu: Wonders of the Written Word” booklet.

14.19 Nash Molpus, 2002-2004.   Fax from Molpus with a copy of “A Resolution Apologizing for the Senate’s Failure to Adopt Anti-Lynching Legislation…”; article on Molpus and Oxford, MS resident Mrs. Susie Marshall.

14.20 Nashville Public Library Civil Rights Room, 2004.   Publications.

14.21 National Planning and Conference Committee, 2001.   Information packet.

14.22 NABRE, 2002-2003.   Network of Alliances Bridging Race and Ethnicity (NABRE) publications, correspondence, related materials, information packet, “Holding Up the Mirror: Working Independently for Just and Inclusive Communities” booklet (2 copies).

14.23 National Alliance of Faith and Justice, 2007.   Posters, notice of selection for a sub-grant, event flyers, toolkit booklets.

14.24 National Center for Race Amity, undated.   Brochures, postcards, booklets, Race Amity: America’s Other Tradition DVD.

14.25 National Civil Rights Museum (Folder 1 of 2), 1997.   Internship requirements, tour information.

14.26 National Civil Rights Museum (Folder 2 of 2), 2003.   Newspapers.

14.27 National Conference for Community Justice, 2002.   Request for proposals.

14.28 National Endowment for the Arts, 2004.   Grant information.

14.29 National Issues Forums: Racial & Ethnic Tensions, 2006.   Letter from John R. Dedrick, Director of Programs at the Kettering Foundation, 4 National Issues Forums booklets.

14.30 National Issues Forum, undated.   "Racial and Ethnic Tensions: What Should We Do?" booklets (2)

14.31 National Policy Alliance, 2008.   Press release.

14.32 National Scholarship Committee - Honors College, 2005.   Correspondence from Debra Young to Susan Glisson and other committee members regarding the selection process.

14.33 National Trusts Historic Preservation, 2004-2008.   Correspondence regarding the award of several grants, grant application information, publications.

14.34 Neshoba Library Collection, undated.   Letter and $1000 donation for the purchase of books from Rita L. Bender: includes list of titles.

14.35 NEH Schedule, 2000.   Schedule for “CRM: History & Consequences” (Summer Institute, 2000).

14.36 Neshoba Murders, 2003.   News articles/copies, “Waiting for Justice” memorial service booklet for the 3 Freedom Summer Murder victims.

14.37 New Horizons, 2003.   “Learning Catalog."

14.38 New Mississippi Survey, [1999].   Completed questionnaires.

14.39 New Orleans Reflection and Renewal Gathering, 2006-2007.   Thank you letter from Alandra L. Washington to participants in the gathering; booklet.

14.40 New Road Community Development Corporation, undated.   Flyer/call for monetary gifts.

14.41 New Voices, undated.   Fellowship information.

14.42 NCORE Proposal, 2000.   Correspondence regarding Susan Glisson’s proposal, proposal documents, conference documents.

14.43 Newton County, 2003.   Correspondence regarding the Medgar Evers Institute and a 40th anniversary commemoration of Evers’s death.

14.44 Northeastern School of Law, 2007.   Conference packet, speech/essay on Brenda Travis, correspondence.

14.45 Office (Management, Furniture, Inventory), 2000-2010.   Brochures, purchase orders, voicemail and printer information.

14.46 Okolona, 2001-2007.   Banquet program and speech, conference program, statistics.

14.47 The Old South, 1998.   American Heritage April 1998 issue.

14.48 Ole Miss and Race Study, 1982-1983; undated.   Newspaper and copy of article, brochures.

14.49 Ole Miss First Leadership Mentorship Collaborative, 2004.   Proposal.

14.50 [University of Mississippi] History, undated.   Historic walking tour pamphlet.

14.51 Omazing Race (Folder 1 of 2), 07/12/2007.   Letter to Susan Glisson asking her to consider participating, proposal for event.

14.52 Omazing Race (Folder 2 of 2), [2007].   Event evaluations.

14.53 One Mississippi (Folder 1 of 2), 12/28/2004.   Participation invitation. Note: Student materials.

14.54 One Mississippi (Folder 2 of 2), 2009-2011.   Meeting sign-in sheets, newspaper. Note: Student materials.

14.55 One Book One Community – UM, 2010.   Resources for teaching.

14.56 Open Doors – Information, 2002-2004.   “Opening Closed Doors” booklet, documents.

14.57 Open Doors – Marshalls, undated.   List of retired deputies attending Ole Miss Commemorative Ceremonies.

14.58 Open Doors – Oral History (Folder 1 of 2), 2002.   Schedules, agendas, notes, forms, articles.

14.59 Open Doors – Oral History (Folder 2 of 2), 1998.   “The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement: A Bibliography of Oral Histories."

14.60 Open Doors – Class Speakers, undated.   Photocopies of articles, interview questions, scholar outline form.

14.61 Open Doors – Events, 2002.   Correspondence, newspapers.

14.62 Open Doors – General Information, 1964-2002.   Publications, registration forms.

Box 15 

15.1 Open Doors – Releases, 2004.   Blank general release forms, Sensitivity and Respect Standing Committee meeting minutes (signed).

15.2 Open Doors – MHC Final Report, undated.   Mississippi Humanities Council report.

15.3 Open Doors – Oral History, 1998-2003.   Correspondence, interview questions, articles.

15.4 Open Doors – MHC Grant, 2003-2004.   Correspondence and documents regarding the “Open Doors: Building on 40 years of opportunity in Higher Education” grant.

15.5 Open Society, 1998-2010.   Correspondence, grant application materials, publications.

15.6 Oral Histories (Bettie Wilson), 2004.   List of supercentenarians.

15.7 Oral History Questions & Guidelines, undated.   Interview materials.

15.8 Organization of American Histories, 1998.   Conference information.

15.9 Other Links – Webpages, 1998-1999.   Newspapers, church directories.

15.10 Other Organizations, undated.   Descriptions of other organizations, draft proposal.

15.11 Operation Understanding, 2003.   Prospect report.

15.12 Oxford Church Directory, 1998-1999.   Newspapers, church directories.

15.13 Oxford Community Foundation, 2009.   Grant application, pamphlet.

15.14 Oxford Responsible Citizens, 2000-2001.   Chancery court proceedings regarding general obligation bonds, correspondence from the Citizens for Responsible Development (Oxford, MS).

15.15 Oxford Summit, 2007.   Newspaper page, letter from John Hope Franklin to William Winter.

15.16 PBS, 1999.   Site coordinator’s guide, letter requesting phone line for town meeting, publications.

15.17 Peacemakers, 2003.   “Peace Begins with Me” pamphlet and flyer.

15.18 Performance Appraisals, 02/28/2003.   Interoffice memorandum on how to conduct performance appraisals.

15.19 The People’s Institute for Survival & Beyond (Folder 1 of 2), undated.   Pamphlet.

15.20 The People’s Institute for Survival & Beyond (Folder 2 of 2), 02/24/2003.   Fax regarding a workshop.

15.21 Perkins Foundation, 1996-1999.   Publications.

15.22 Perkins, John, undated.   Handwritten notes.

15.23 Perry, Kesha, 04/26/2012.   Project Manager position description. The institute was creating a position and recruiting Perry to fill it.

15.24 Pew Charitable Trusts Grant Guidelines, 2000-2003.   Notes, articles, booklet.

15.25 Pew Partnership, 2004.   Correspondence, publications.

15.26 Philadelphia, MS, 06/01/2004.   News report from the University of Mississippi.

15.27 Jimmie Robinson’s CRs Memorabilia, 2006.   Letter and list of collected items from Jimmie Robinson (Council member, City of Midfield, Alabama).

15.28 PIR: Changing America, 1998-1999.   Publications from or about the President’s Initiative on Race, Southern Studies course list

15.29 Pierce, Derrill, 2001-2003.   Meeting agenda, correspondence, articles.

15.30 Pickering Correspondence, 2000-2004.   Correspondence to and from Judge Charles W. Pickering, Sr.

15.31 Pillars, undated.   Documents on the “pillars” of education, technology, citizenship, health care, and housing.

15.32 Rome, Philadelphia, Drew, MS Playground Project, 2002-2004.   Information on playground equipment, letter regarding project.

15.33 Plowshares, 1998.   Pamphlets from the Plowshares Institute.

15.34 Possible Alliances (Folder 1 of 3), 1998-1999.   Publications and information from other organizations.

15.35 Possible Alliances (Folder 2 of 3), 1998-1999.   Publications and information from other organizations.

15.36 Possible Alliances (Folder 3 of 3), 1998-1999.   Publications and information from other organizations.

15.37 Possible Funding Sources, 1998-2004.   Publications and correspondence.

15.38 Poverty and Race Research Action Council, 1998-2004.   Publications and correspondence.

15.39 Poverty Research, 1996-2003.   Working paper, printed emails.

15.40 Predatory Lending, undated.   Letter from Debbie Bell, calling for a meeting about predatory payday lending in Mississippi.

15.41 Presbyterians, 02/24/2003.   Letter and article from James A. White, Jr. to Susan Glisson.

15.42 Presidential Debate, 2007-2008.   Chancellor’s annual report, notes and training documents, Mississippi Public Broadcasting DVD labeled “Symposium,” correspondence, publications, panel speech script.

15.43 John F. Kennedy Presidential Papers, undated.   Presidential recordings transcripts.

15.44 President’s Initiative on Race – Events at UM, 1998.   Correspondence, agendas, speeches for March 15-16, 1998.

15.45 President’s Initiative on Race – Planning, 1998.   Correspondence, planning notes.

15.46 President’s Initiative on Race - Press, 1998.   Newspapers, clippings.

Box 16 

16.1 President’s Initiative on Race – Week of Dialogue (Post-Event), 1998.   Correspondence, documents.

16.2 Pride Network (Formerly GSA), 2007.   Talking points, thesis.

16.3 Private Academy, 03/19/2003.   Printout of news article.

16.4 Progressive Infrastructure, 03/28/2005.   Printout of news article.

16.5 Progressive Mississippi, 2005.   Notes and documents.

16.6 Program Ideas, 1998-2000.   Documents for a documentary film proposal, civil rights trail, NABRE, and Unfinished Business.

16.7 Project Democracy: Wicker, undated.   Handwritten notes.

16.8 Project Hip Hop, undated.   Pamphlet.

16.9 Project South, 2003.   “As the South Goes” newsletter for spring 2003.

16.10 Property Inventory, 06/04/2009.   Annual audit inventory list.

16.11 Proposal to Create IRRCR, undated.   Original proposal documents for the Winter Institute, then called Institute for Racial Reconciliation and Civic Renewal.

16.12 Pulse Program, 1999.   Information about the program.

16.13 Public Housing Documentary, 12/14/ 2009.   Printout of email discussion.

16.14 Public Policy, 2003.   Newspaper page, correspondence, list of top-rated programs.

16.15 Public Service and Social Change, 07/30/1998.   Printout of information on a Hampshire College public service program.

16.16 Race and Genetics, 2000.   Op-ed piece on race and genetics by an Emory University student and the response from the president of Emory.

16.17 Race and Sports, 02/16/2004.   Flyer for speaking event featuring Dr. Richard Lapchick.

16.18 Raleigh Attendees, 2000.   Sign-in sheets and participant profile sheets.

16.19 Raleigh Program, 2000.   Programs, flyers, notes.

16.20 Reconciliation Conferences/Programs, 2008-2009.   Flyers, conference programs, pamphlets.

16.21 Quasi Endowment, 2010.   Endowment report, statement of changes.

16.22 Regional Conference, 2005.   Newsletters and pamphlets from Southern Truth and Reconciliation, photocopies of articles.

16.23 Releases, 2004.   Unsigned general release forms.

16.24 Reparations, 2000-2003.   2 articles on reparations.

16.25 Research and Curriculum, undated.   Handwritten notes.

16.26 Resource Development Advisory Board, 2003-2004.   Correspondence, planning documents, notes.

16.27 Rock Rose Institute (Folder 1 of 2), 2009.   Correspondence and brochure.

16.28 Rock Rose Institute (Folder 2 of 2), 2007.   Correspondence and brochures.

16.29 Roger F. Wicker Center for Creative Learning, 2011.   Information packet.

16.30 Rolling Fork, 2004.   Meeting information.

16.31 Roll of Thunder, undated.   Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry discussion guides.

16.32 Rome, Mississippi, undated.   News articles, community assessment, letters from children to Susan Glisson, correspondence, notes, floppy disc labeled “RCDO Youth 12-04."

16.33 Rome Center Bills, 2004-2011.   Invoices for reimbursement of utility bills.

16.34 Rosenquest, Laura, undated.   William Winter Scholars Symposium proposal prepared by Rosenquest (2 copies).

16.35 Rotary Club, 2003-2004.   Newsletter.

16.36 Roy Wilkins Center for Human Relations, 1996-1998.   Conference programs, pamphlet.

16.37 Ruleville, 2004.   Correspondence regarding several projects in Ruleville, MS.

16.38 Rural Studios, 2006.   Article entitled “Designers Who Give a Damn” from Spirituality & Health July/August 2006 issue.

16.39 Rust College (COFO & SNCC), 2003.   Program and schedule.

16.40 Rosenwald School Initiative, 2004.   Conference registration form.

16.41 SAF, undated.   Student Action with Farmworkers publications/documents.

16.42 St. Andrews DiverseCity Diner, 2011.   Agenda and report.

16.43 Salzburg Seminar, 2003.   President’s report.

16.44 Sankofa, 2006-2008.   Resumes, documents for the Sankofa Academy.

16.45 SB 2718, 10/05/2011.   Letter of interest.

16.46 SCORE, undated.   Handwritten notes.

16.47 Selma, 2000.   News clipping, notes.

16.48 SEF (Southern Educational Foundation), 2004-2006.   Correspondence, publications, information packet.

16.49 SEF Grant, 2003-2005.   Funding correspondence.

16.50 SEF Internship, 2007.   Application materials, correspondence.

16.51 SEF, 2004-2005.   Correspondence, location information.

16.52 Sensitivity and Respect Committee, 1989-2011.   Meeting agendas and minutes, reports, correspondence, notes.

16.53 Sherrod, Charles, 2000.   “Celebrating the Southwest Georgia Movement” program, with Honoree Charles Sherrod.

16.54 Smith, Bobby J., undated.   Information packet.

16.55 SNCC Films, 1999-2000.   Correspondence, forms.

16.56 Sons of Confederate Veterans, undated.   News articles.

16.57 Sorenson, Leni, undated.   CV, pamphlets.

16.58 Southern Catalyst, 1997-1998.   Correspondence, notes, pamphlets, signs.

16.59 Senate Lynching Apology, 2005.   Resolution of apology.

16.60 Services Contact List, undated.   Handwritten list of contacts (stapled to folder)

16.61 Shippensburg University, 2004.   Manuscripts and review information.

16.62 SHOAH Foundation, 2005.   Publications.

16.63 Slavery (article by M. A. Gomez), 1999.   “African Identity and Slavery in the Americas” by Michael A. Gomez, from Radical History Review issue 75.

16.64 Slavery Websites, undated.   Compilation of online resources related to slavery.

16.65 SNCC Address List, 2004.   Lists, notes, and printouts of emails.

16.66 Living History: Civil Rights Journey, 2004.   From the South Bend Tribune.

16.67 Southern Exposure Conference, 2006.   Planning forms, correspondence.

16.68 Southern Foodways, 2004.   Symposium schedule.

Box 17 

17.1 Southern Growth Policies Board, 1998-2003.   Conference information, publications, invitations.

17.2 Southern Institute, undated.   Pamphlets.

17.3 SPLC, 1996-2000.   Southern Poverty Law Center: documents, correspondence, notes, publications.

17.4 SRC, 2002-2004.   Southern Regional Council: information packet, correspondence, interview transcripts.

17.5 South Africa, 2005.   Information regarding a possible study-abroad program.

17.6 Southern Culture Center, 1998-2002.   Correspondence, planning documents, SST 598 documents.

17.7 Southern Truth and Reconciliation, 2007.   Letter, publications from the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

17.8 Sovereignty Commission, 2009.   Photocopy of 1980 legal proceedings.

17.9 Stanford University (MS State Sovereignty Commission), 2000.   Senior honors thesis by Roscoe Jones, Jr.

17.10 Statewide Alliance, 2000-2002.   Correspondence, contact sheets, notes.

17.11 Statewide Student Summit, 1999.   Letters from Thad Cochran, Trent Lott, and Rev. Jesse Jackson, planning documents. Note: Student materials.

17.12 St. George’s, 2007-2008.   Informational documents, articles.

17.13 Stoddard, Mattie Wilson, undated.   Resume.

17.14 Stories of Kindness & Generosity (Bread for the Journey International), 2007.   Pamphlets.

17.15 Strategic Planning Retreat, 2011.   Information packet.

17.16 Strategic Planning (Folder 1 of 2), 2005-2007.   Strategic plan, meeting notes.

17.17 Strategic Planning (Folder 2 of 2), 2005-2006.   Notes, planning documents, correspondence.

17.18 Strawberry Missionary Baptist Church, 2005.   Thank you letter for a donation, funding proposal.

17.19 Struggles Newsletter, 2003.   Vol. 10, issue 1, spring/summer 2003.

17.20 Student Protest, Richard Barrett, 2003.   News articles, notes.

17.21 Story Circle Models, 2002-2003.   Draft of “Hamer’s Trainer” curriculum, article on overcoming racism.

17.22 Study Circles, 2003.   Discussion guides, booklets.

17.23 Study Circles Resource Center, 2002.   Information packets.

17.24 SYI (Summer Youth Institute), 2010-2011.   Event planning documents, invoices, summer 2011 "SYI lit zine." Note: Student materials.

17.25 SYI 2010, 2010-2011.   Student information packets, completed student surveys. Note: Student materials.

17.26 SYI 2011, 2011.   Transaction list, final evaluation results. Note: Student materials.

17.27 SYI 2011 Art, 2011.   Drawings, watercolors. Note: Student materials.

17.28 SYI 2011 Evaluations, 2011.   Transaction list, final evaluation results. Note: Student materials.

17.29 SYI 2012, 2012.   Student contract forms, completed mentor surveys, invoices/planning documents. Note: Student materials.

17.30 SYI 2013, 2013.   Reservations, planning documents. Note: Student materials.

17.31 SYI 2.0 2013, 2013.   Registration packet, entrance evaluations. Note: Student materials.

17.32 SYI 2013 Phone Interviews, 2013.   Completed interview forms. Note: Student materials.

17.33 SYI 2013 Applications, 2013.   Completed applications. Note: Student materials.

17.34 Sunflower County Freedom Project (Folder 1 of 2), 1999-2000.   Notes, flyers.

17.35 Sunflower County Freedom Project (Folder 2 of 2), 2000-2004.   Newsletters, information packet, correspondence.

17.36 Sunflower County Civil Rights & Community Reunion, 1999-2000.   Reunion program, flyers.

17.37 TAH Grant, 2007.   Teaching American History grant correspondence.

17.38 Task Force, 2000.   Notes, correspondence, reports.

17.39 Taxes 501C3, 2005.   Confirmation of exemption from sales and use tax.

17.40 Teaching for America, 2002.   Information packets with application.

17.41 Teaching for Change, 2001-2009.   Catalogs, correspondence, reports.

Box 18 

18.1 Teaching for Change Civil Rights Education Summit ’05 Contacts, 2005   Contacts list.

18.2 Teaching for Change Catalogs, 2006; 2006.   Article entitled “Putting the Movement Back into Civil Rights Teaching” marked in 2000 catalog; 2006 catalog.

18.3 Teaching for Change Evaluations, undated.   Completed evaluation forms.

18.4 Teaching for Change Mailing List, 2005.   Mailing list, correspondence.

18.5 Teaching for Change Workshop, 2010.   “Workshop evaluation and next steps” completed forms.

18.6 Teaching Tolerance, 1998-2002.   Stickers, copies of Teaching Tolerance magazine.

18.7 Teachers’ Union, Mississippi, 2000.   Pamphlet, salary information.

18.8 Telephone / Long Distance Records, undated.   Phone records, phone user manual.

18.9 Thailand Exchange, 2002.   Susan Glisson’s Fulbright application materials, notes.

18.10 Theatre Arts, undated.   Expenses, commissioned choreography project proposal.

18.11 This Little Light Project, 2004-2005.   Field notes, news article, emails.

18.12 Till, Emmett, 2008.   Newspaper pages, contact list, historical education tour information packet.

18.13 Tourism, 2003.   Mississippi tourism publications, tour plans, information.

18.14 Traces of the Trade, 2009.   Agreement about a screening and Q&A session for Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North.

18.15 Transatlantic Commission, 2007.   Handwritten notes.

18.16 Transition, 1998.   Publications, notes on meetings regarding transitions in the Institute and in the Southern Studies Program.

18.17 Truth & Reconciliation Commission, Fambul Tok, undated.   “Our first year” booklet.

18.18 Tupelo, 2007.   Notes, correspondence, newspaper pages, contact lists.

18.19 Tupelo Create, 2003-2008.   2003 Annual report, notes.

18.20 Tutwiler Quilters, 2000-2003.   Tutwiler Community Education Center newsletters.

18.21 Tutwiler/The Times, 2004.   2004 Tutwiler Community Education Center newsletter, The Times.

18.22 UM 50th, 2011.   Civil Rights Subcommittee meeting notes.

18.23 UM – Center & Museum of Tolerance Proposal, 2009.   Vision booklet, correspondence, proposal documents.

18.24 UM Civil Rights Memorial, 2004.   Correspondence.

18.25 UM Civil Rights Memorial Artist, 2003-2004.   Correspondence, gift transaction report, grant information.

18.26 UM Civil Rights Memorial Planning, 1999-2004.   Project budget, construction quotes.

18.27 UM Drama!, 04/17/2009.   The Daily Mississippian newspaper.

18.28 UM Foundation, 2002-2008.   Signed agreement, reimbursement form, 2002-2003 annual report.

18.29 UM Integration Film, 2006.   Footage agreements, correspondence, news articles.

18.30 UM Journalism, 2006.   M: The J-department Magazine, Fall 2006

18.31 UM Speeches & Addresses, 1966-1995.   Speech transcripts.

18.32 UM Students, 2009.   Article on the University of Mississippi’s 13th Truman Scholar, Jake McGraw.

18.33 UMC, 06/27/2003.   “This Week at UMC” newsletter.

18.34 UMMC, 05/29/2003.   Handwritten notes.

18.35 UMWP Pre-service Institute, 02/17/2007.   Workshop booklet.

18.36 Unfinished Business, 1997-1999.   Publications, correspondence regarding “A New Southern Agenda” document, summit registration packet.

18.37 University of Memphis, undated.   Small group guidelines.

18.38 UM Drama (Col. Reb., Dixie, etc.), 2009-2010.   Newspaper pages, unity stickers, Drew School Restoration Phase 2 field report.

18.39 University of Virginia, 2007.   Publication and correspondence from the UVA Art Museum.

18.40 Unesco, 2007.   Pamphlets and information.

18.41 United Nations, 1998-2004.   Publications and correspondence for the Non-Governmental Organizations section of the UN.

18.42 Unesco and UN Publications, 2000-2002.   Issues of Unesco’s Sources and UNDP’s Choices magazines.

18.43 Unesco and UN Publications, 2000-2001.   Various publications and information sheets.

18.44 Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 2003.   Annual Assembly packet.

18.45 University Press of Mississippi, 2006.   Distribution agreement for “The Measure of Our Days: Writing by William F. Winter.”

18.46 University Relations, 2001-2008.   Department heads meeting information, correspondence.

18.47 Unsettling Memories, 2004.   Copy of 1967 newsletter proclaiming William Winter to be a segregationist, “Unsettling Memories” conference agenda.

18.48 Unity Weekend, 1998.   Planning documents, newspaper pages and clippings.

18.49 UGA Memorial, 12/05/2000.   News release.

18.50 UPD, 2007-2008.   Parking information.

18.51 Urban Institute, 2003.   “Investing in Creativity” booklet.

18.52 Urban Poverty and Social Change, 1998.   Printout of the Center’s web pages.

18.53 US 101, 2003.   Course materials.

18.54 U.S. Commission, 2009-2010.   Correspondence, unedited transcript of the SAC Committee’s public briefing meeting.

18.55 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights – MS Advisory Committee, 2010.   Correspondence, member guidelines.

18.56 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Briefing and Planning Meeting, 08/11/2010.   Meeting packet for the Mississippi Advisory to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Briefing and Planning Meeting, Mississippi College of Law, Jackson, Mississippi , August 11, 2010.

18.57 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Racial Categorization in the 2010 Census, 03/2009.   Report publication.

18.58 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Civic Crisis and Civic Challenges, 03/1998.   Report publication.

Box 19 

19.1 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Affirmative Action in American Law Schools, 2007.   Published report.

19.2 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Campus Anti-Semitism, 2006.   Published report.

19.3 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Getting Uncle Sam to Enforce Your Civil Rights, 2007.   Published report.

19.4 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: Voting Rights Enforcement & Reauthorization, 2006.   Published report.

19.5 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: The Economic Stagnation of the Black Middle Class, 2005.   Published report.

19.6 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights: The Benefits of Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Elementary and Secondary Education, 2006.   Published report.

19.7 U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development, 2003.   Notes, application forms.

19.8 UVA Lived Theology, 2007.   Attendee information for April 22-24, 2008 conference

19.9 Video Conference (Alabama, Georgia, UM), 2004.   Newspaper clippings.

19.10 Vicksburg Brochure, 2001.   Handwritten notes, agenda for the Mayor’s Task Force on Race Relations, meeting notes, brochure.

19.11 Voicemail Instructions, 2001.   Instructions for setting up and using voicemail.

19.12 Walker, Alice, 2000.   Tour information, articles.

19.13 Wade-Ins, 2009.   Regranting agreement for the Fiftieth Anniversary Wade-In Commemoration.

19.14 Warhol Foundation, 2002.   Grant application materials.

19.15 Weave of Women, 2003.   “A Weave of Women: The Sarah Isom Report on the Status of Women in Mississippi” (2 copies)

19.16 Web Site, 2005.   Planning information.

19.17 Wednesdays in Mississippi, 2007.   “Wednesdays in Mississippi” information and DVD of promotional reel, “Racial Reconciliation Cincinnati Cathedral in the City” DVD and information.

19.18 Welcome Table, 2006-2007.   Event reservations, planning documents, contact lists.

19.19 Welcome Table Evaluations, 2010-2011.   Completed evaluation forms.

19.20 Welcome Table Year of Dialogue, undated.   Invitation.

19.21 We’ll Never Turn Back, 1999.   Correspondence regarding the screening of We’ll Never Turn Back, a SNCC film.

19.22 Wellspring, 2002-2004.   Planning notes, publications.

19.23 Well-Founded Fear, 2000.   Film information packet.

19.24 Who Cares Magazine, 1998.   Information from

19.25 Wicker Civics Project, undated.   Transcript.

19.26 Wilson, Charles, 1996-1999.   Correspondence to and from Charles Reagan Wilson, resume, forms, articles by or about Wilson.

19.27 WIN Job Center, 2005.   Login information, terms of service agreement.

19.28 Williford, Cassi, 1998.   Essay, letter of recommendation for Williford.

19.29 White Privilege, 1999-2010.   Information packet, issues of Focus magazine, photocopies of articles.

19.30 Winter Board, 2007-2008.   Funding proposal, strategic plan, by-laws, contact lists, other documents.

19.31 Winter Ceremony Guests, undated.   Guest lists.

19.32 Winter Institute Computer, 2004.   Warranty, user guide, packing slip.

19.33 Winter Inst. Education Committee, 2008.   Meeting notes, statistics, correspondence, project descriptions.

19.34 Winter Inst. Executive Committee Meeting Notes, 08/20/2010.   Printed meeting notes with handwritten comments.

19.35 Winter Institute Fundraising, 2006-2008.   Draft donation letters, correspondence.

19.36 William Winter Gala, 2003.   Newspaper clippings.

19.37 Winter Institute Inception, 1993-2002.   Draft documents, notes, correspondence, initial budget and plans.

19.38 Winter Institute Press, 2009.   News publications.

19.39 Winter Institute Promotional Video *Planning Phase*, 2004-2006.   General release, issues of Wellspring, planning notes.

19.40 Winter Institute Staff Meetings, 2009.   Notes.

19.41 Winter Institute Work, 2001-2003.   Correspondence, notes, grant research and applications, donation documents.

19.42 William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation, undated.   Informational booklet.

19.43 Winter Renaming Ceremony, 2003.   Correspondence, communications plans, press release, news.

19.44 Winter Symposium, 2003.   Schedule, preparatory documents, correspondence, event program.

19.45 Winter, William F., 2001-2005.   Speech transcripts, William F. Winter Archives and History Building booklet, correspondence.

19.46 Wisconsin Historical Society, 2006.   Permission request forms.

19.47 Without Sanctuary, 2004.   Information packet.

19.48 Women’s Council for Philanthropic Scholarship, 2001.   News, event invitations, information about the organization, brochures drafts.

19.49 Women Statistics, 1999-2003.   Article; CV for Srujana Kanjula; Participation & Governance vol. 6, no. 15

19.50 Women’s Fund of MS, undated.   Reports.

19.51 Wood, Bob (Action Counts Today), 2005.   Booklet, letter to Susan Glisson, Building a Better World promotional package.

19.52 Woods, Darrol, 2011.   Performance appraisal, meeting agenda, letter of resignation.

19.53 Wright, Bryan, 03/09/2005.   “Peaceable Education: A Process Paper for a Culture of Peace."

19.54 Writing – Thinking Institute, 2007.   “Rethinking Race and Writing in Rural Schools” conference information.

19.55 WWIRR Pillars, undated.   Document discussing the "pillars" of citizenship, housing, health care, education, and technology.

19.56 Yoknapatawpha Arts Council, undated.   Flyer, booklet.

19.57 Yalobusha, 01/16/2007.   Newspaper clipping.

19.58 Year of Reconciliation, 2001-2003.   Award funding documents, Open Doors documents, newspaper clippings, proposal.

19.59 Youth Link NI, 2012-2015.   Strategic Plan.

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Civil Rights Movement Reader Materials and WWIRR Curricular Materials 

Box 20 

20.1 Trent Lott Leadership Institute, undated.   Information packet.

20.2 Public Service Minor, 2008.   Handwritten notes, public service minor proposal.

20.3 International Reconciliation/Campus Compact, 2006-2007.   International Reconciliation Project proposal, Campus Compact information, handwritten notes.

20.4 Peace Studies, 2004.   Pamphlet, information on a peaceable education internship.

20.5 Academic Task Force, 2006-2011.   Handwritten notes, correspondence, relevant publications.

20.6 Mabel (Billings) Bryant, 2014.   Copies of book pages, census records.

20.7 CRM Reader – Permissions, 2006.   Permissions requests, planning documents, correspondence related to the Institute’s creation of a civil rights movement reader, Literature of the American Civil Rights Movement.

20.8 CRM Reader – Database, circa 2006.   Spreadsheets with readings, themes, notes.

20.9 CRM Reader – Final Survey, 2006.   CRM Reader – Final Survey.

20.10 CRM Reader – Proposal and TOC Drafts, circa 2006.   Proposal and Table of Contents drafts with notes.

20.11 CRM Reader – Reader Feedback, 2006.   Printouts of emails from readers.

20.12 CRM Reader – Publishing, 2006.   Correspondence and notes on publishing information.

20.13 CRM Reader – B Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with B.

20.14 CRM Reader – C Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with C.

20.15 CRM Reader – D Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with D.

20.16 CRM Reader – E Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with E.

20.17 CRM Reader – F Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with F.

20.18 CRM Reader – G Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with G.

20.19 CRM Reader – H Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with H.

20.20 CRM Reader – J Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with J.

20.21 CRM Reader – K Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with K.

20.22 CRM Reader – L Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with L.

20.23 CRM Reader – M Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with M.

20.24 CRM Reader – O Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with O.

20.25 CRM Reader – P Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with P.

20.26 CRM Reader – R Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with R.

20.27 CRM Reader – S Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with S.

20.28 CRM Reader – W Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with W.

20.29 CRM Reader – X Readings, undated.   Copies of readings by authors with surnames that begin with X.

20.30 Mailing Labels, 2007.   Sheets of printed mailing labels.

20.31 Colorline/Parenting, 2001-2002.   Booklets, information flyer.

20.32 Music/Movement Model/Sustained Dialog, 2000-2001.   Pamphlets, information sheets, newsletters.

20.33 Publications Catalog/Service/Volunteer Opportunities, undated.   Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service information packet.

20.34 Journalism, 2002.   Booklets, brochure.

20.35 Video/Media CR Movement, 2003.   Articles, “With Good Reason” CD.

20.36 Foundations/Institutions, 2002-2003.   Publications, pamphlets, information packet.

20.37 Journals/Magazines, 1996-2003.   Journal issues, newsletters.

20.38 Resource Guides, 1998-2000.   Project Change guides, booklets.

20.39 15 Steps Community Building, undated.   “A Community Builder’s Tool Kit” booklet (4 copies).

20.40 Faith Based, 2002.   Booklets, printed speech, newsletters.

20.41 Higher Education/Career Development, 2002.   “Innovation U” publication, magazine issues.

Box 21 

21.1 Individual Articles/Speeches, 2001-2003.   Copies of articles and book chapters, magazine issues.

21.2 Particular Sponsored Community Projects, 2002-2003.   Publications, mainly from city- and state-level organizations.

21.3 University Affiliated, 2003.   Pamphlets and an information packet from university-run projects.

21.4 First Amendment (Folder 1 of 2), 2001.   Finding Common Ground guide.

21.5 First Amendment (Folder 2 of 2), 1995-2001.   Pamphlets, magazine, booklets, planning document.

21.6 Civic Education, 2001-2002.   Pamphlets, booklets, information packet, booklet on the Marshall-Brennan Fellowship Program (2 copies).

21.7 Leadership Guides, 1997-2003.   Information and correspondence regarding the Institute’s participation in LeadershipPlenty Mississippi Training Program (2 information packets), other publications.

21.8 Economic Development (Folder 1 of 2), 2002.   Publications from Georgia Pacific and the Southern Growth Policies Board.

21.9 Economic Development (Folder 2 of 2), 2002-2003.   Publications from the Southern Growth Policy Board.

21.10 Consulting Seminars, 2002.   LeadershipPlenty information packet, booklets from the Building Community Institute.

21.11 Historic Places, 2000-2002.   National Historical Landmarks Survey study, Penn Center pamphlets, Civil Rights Trail Project flyers.

21.12 Curriculum (Folder 1 of 2), 2002.   Information packets, Winter Institute High School Projects information.

21.13 Curriculum (Folder 2 of 2), 2000-2002.   Pamphlets, curriculum guide, meeting agenda.

Box 22 

22.1 [University of Mississippi] Life, 2001-2002.   Research compilation, University of Mississippi Foundation newsletter.

22.2 Mississippi Life, 2000-2002.   Retirement program information, statistics, economic development council membership directory, state health insurance plan.

22.3 Conflict Management, 2002.   Conflict management toolkit.

22.4 Resource Guides (Folder 1 of 4), 2002-2004.   Publications, information packet from the Mavin Foundation.

22.5 Resource Guides (Folder 2 of 4), 2000-2005.   American Legacy magazine, other publications, coloring book.

22.6 Resource Guides (Folder 3 of 4), 2002-2005.   Magazines, journals.

22.7 Resource Guides (Folder 4 of 4), undated.   National Issues Forums booklets, pamphlets.

22.8 Potential Strategy ‘06-‘08, circa 2006.   Oversized sticky notes with handwritten notes.

22.9 Mississippi Blood Services, 2005.   Mississippi Blood Services information.

22.10 Pathways to One America in the 21st Century, 1999.   Publication for The President’s Initiative on Race.

22.11 One America in the 21st Century, 1998.   Publication for The President’s Initiative on Race.

22.12 Study Circles, 1996-1999.   Newsletter and step-by-step guide.

22.13 Eracism, undated.   Pamphlet and bumper stickers.

22.14 What Color Is Black?, 1999.   Photocopy of article by Tom Morganthau.

22.15 Susan – Students, 2004.   Photocopies of articles, attendance sign-in sheets, student papers.

22.16 Articles, undated.   Photocopies of articles.

22.17 The Shape of the River, undated.   Photocopies of chapters 1 and 2 of the book by William G. Bowen and Derek Bok.

22.18 Articles, undated.   Photocopies of articles.

22.19 The Hidden Wound, undated.   Photocopies of portions of the book by Wendell Berry, other article photocopies.

22.20 Articles, Worksheets, undated.   Articles, blank worksheets.

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President's Initiative on Race 

Box 23 

23.1 Leader’s Guide for Welcome Table Dialogues, undated.   2 copies of guide materials. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

23.2 Study Circles, undated.   Information packets.

23.3 Akron Homepage, 1998.   Printouts of the Akron, Ohio website for The Coming Together Project.

23.4 The Arts, 1998.   Meeting information for the Arts and Culture Dialogue Group.

23.5 Business, 1998.   Addresses and other information for a business group.

23.6 Clarksdale, 1998.   Documents and notes with local (to Clarksdale) concerns regarding health, recreational facilities, etc.

23.7 CSPAN, 1998.   Letter requesting CSPAN to cover the Planning Committee Meeting for the President’s Advisory Board on Race Visit at the University of Mississippi.

23.8 Congressman Bennie Thompson, 1998.   Fax from Thompson, noting the Institute’s error in not informing him about an upcoming “lens on the South” event.

23.9 Community Organizing & Housing, 1998.   Correspondence with Mississippi housing authorities, statements from residents, document regarding successful communities, Oxford Development Association “Soul Force!” booklet.

23.10 Dialogue Group Reports, 1998.   Panelist lists and biographies, report from the Arts and Culture Dialogue Group.

23.11 Education, 1998.   School invitation for the meeting of the advisory board for the President’s Initiative on Race, list of local school principals’ contact information.

23.12 Educational Directory, 1996-1997.   Directory of schools in Mississippi, printed mailing labels.

23.13 Environment, 1998.   Statement drafts for a Race and the Environment Focus Group, notes.

23.14 Facilities Use, 1998.   Reservation contracts for University of Mississippi facilities use.

23.15 Fax Cover Sheets, 1998.   Completed fax cover sheets from Susan Glisson to various individuals.

23.16 First Ideas, 1997-1998.   Letter from William Winter to Bill Clinton, notes, other correspondence.

23.17 P. D. Fyke, 1998.   Photocopy of news article on a donation from Fyke, letter from Fyke to William Winter.

23.18 Government, 1998.   Letter to elected officials regarding an upcoming advisory board meeting for the President’s Initiative on Race, list of elected officials’ contact information.

23.19 Government Labels, undated.   Printed mailing labels for government officials.

23.20 Healthcare, 1998.   Photocopies of notes on a physical therapists focus group.

23.21 Homepage – Welcometable, 1998.   Documents regarding the creation of Welcometable and its website. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

23.22 Interested Individuals, 1998.   Notes and correspondence about interested people (presumably, interested in participating in Welcometable).

23.23 Children’s Statements to the President, 1998.   Handwritten statements from 6th graders at Lafayette Elementary School to the President, giving their thoughts on race in America.

23.24 Labor Group, 1998.   Correspondence, meeting notes, and contact lists for the Labor Group of the President’s Initiative on Race.

23.25 Meeting Agendas & Notes (Planning), 1998.   Documents from public forums and the Planning Committee on the President’s Advisory Board on Race Visit.

23.26 Off-Camera Committee, 1998.   Handwritten notes and printouts of emails.

23.27 Oxford Elementary Letters, 1998.   Photocopies of letters from elementary school children to President Clinton regarding race.

23.28 Oxford High School Letters, 1998.   Photocopies of letters from high school children to President Clinton regarding race.

23.29 PIR Addresses, 1998.   List of addresses for Advisory Board to the President’s Initiative on Race members.

23.30 PIR Bios, 1998.   Brief biographies of individuals working with the President’s Initiative on Race.

23.31 PIR Homepage, 1998.   Printouts of the pages of the President’s Initiative on Race website.

23.32 Plan of Attack, undated.   Document with plans for continuing the dialogue on race in Mississippi, before, during, and after the visit from the Advisory Board.

23.33 Press on PIR, 1998.   Printouts/photocopies of news articles covering the President’s Initiative on Race, information packet.

23.34 Press Clippings, 1998.   Newspaper pages and clippings, printouts – the majority of items are coverage of the President’s Initiative on Race meeting in Oxford, Mississippi.

23.35 Propaganda, 1998.   Pamphlets, form letters, flyers for the President’s Initiative on Race.

23.36 Public Forum Set-up, undated.   Handwritten notes and hand-drawn map.

23.37 Religion Letter/Info., 1998-1999.   Notes, contact lists, letter of invitation to Oxford, Mississippi religious leaders to be part of the leadership team for the Advisory Board’s visit, letter Ted Smith to Susan Glisson regarding the completion of the Yellowleaf Cemetery cleanup.

23.38 Schedule, 1998.   Various scheduling documents for the Advisory Board meeting.

23.39 Secretary Slater, 1998.   Documents about and correspondence from Rodney E. Slater, the Secretary of Transportation.

23.40 Smithsonian, 1998.   Permission request to use a sound clip.

23.41 State Contacts, 1998.   List of Mississippi organizations and individuals, letter of invitation.

23.42 Stone Center (Potluck), 1998.   Letters inviting individuals to attend a potluck and meet the representative groups’ panelists for the Advisory Board visit.

23.43 Travel Arrangements, 1998.   Flight schedules and room arrangements for guests attending the Advisory Board visit.

23.44 University, 1998.   Notes, pamphlet.

23.45 Wrap-up, Congratulatory Letters, 1998.   Correspondence, documents regarding a Promising Practices team.

23.46 Information Packet, 1998.   Welcometable information packet.

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Miscellaneous Materials 

Box 24 

24.1 ENGL 101 Fall 2005, 2005.   Course materials.

24.2 English 250-6 Winter 2006, 2006.   Course materials.

24.3 LIBA 102, 2006.   Course materials.

24.4 Tuskegee Center, undated.   Handwritten notes, pamphlets.

24.5 Prisons, 2000.   Newspaper clippings, essay.

24.6 Multiculturalism at UM, 1998.   Curriculum materials, bibliography of relevant books.

24.7 Honors 401-H Student Project, 1998.   Project entitled “Race Relations among Students at the University of Mississippi—Do They Really Care?”.

24.8 Entering the University, 1999.   Custom-published book by Timothy L. Hall for the University of Mississippi ENG 101 curriculum.

24.9 “An Interactive Display on Race: Overview and Analysis," 1999.   Student project for Multiculturalism on Campus.

24.10 Statewide Summit: Student Housing, 1999.   Documents regarding student housing for a statewide summit on race. Note: Student materials.

24.11 Mae Bertha Carter Memorial, 1999.   Memorial plaque documents, Southern Changes newsletter with article on Carter.

24.12 University Contacts in Mississippi, 1999.   Contact information, correspondence.

24.13 Pre-Registration, 1999.   Pre-registration contact information and sign-in sheets for student summit. Note: Student materials.

24.14 Student Summit on Race Program, 1999.   Documents covering race relations at the University of Mississippi, Anti-Hatred Vigil documents. Note: Student materials.

24.15 Summit Room Reservations, 1999.   Campus facilities agreements, Greek life rush schedules. Note: Student materials.

24.16 Summit Speakers, 1999.   Biographies of speakers, travel information. Note: Student materials.

24.17 Summit Support Request, 1999.   Letter describing the founding of SEED (Students Envisioning Equality through Diversity) and the upcoming student summit, requesting endorsement and support. Note: Student materials.

24.18 Respect MS, 2006.   News clipping, sign-in sheet. Note: Student materials.

24.19 Possible Projects, 1998-2000.   Copies of a list of Unity Weekend Proposals, items and documents from the University of New Orleans Office of Multicultural Affairs, newspaper pages, photographs.

24.20 Possible Speakers, 1994-1998.   Newspaper clipping, photocopies of news articles.

24.21 SEED Press, 1998-1999.   Newspaper pages/clippings, publications from The Southern Catalyst Network. Note: Student materials.

24.22 Summit, 2002.   Sign-in sheets, budget, speaker biographical statements, logo designs, and pamphlets for the Mississippi Student Unity Summit (April 26-27, 2002). Note: Student materials.

24.23 Summit Evaluations & Addresses, 1999.   Completed evaluations for the 1999 Statewide Student Summit on Race, contact information. Note: Student materials.

24.24 Summit Food, 1999.   Letters requesting local restaurants’ support through food donations for the summit, list of Oxford, MS restaurant contacts. Note: Student materials.

24.25 Unity Weekend, 1998.   Correspondence from Mhari-Anne Lewis and Susan Glisson, requesting attendance/participation from various influential individuals.

24.26 Summit – USM, 2003.   Documents from the 3rd Annual Mississippi Statewide Unity Summit, held at the University of Southern Mississippi; includes certificates of participation. Note: Student materials.

24.27 Campus Week of Dialogue, 1998.   Participation Reply Forms (for the President’s Initiative on Race) for the Campus Week of Dialogue.

24.28 Fundraising, 1999.   Mississippi Humanities Council grant application and results, documents for other fundraising efforts.

24.29 Grant Forms, undated.   University of Mississippi Student Development Grant forms.

24.30 Jackson State Partnership, 1999.   Student Summit on Race event partnership information. Note: Student materials.

24.31 March for Race Reconciliation Committee, 1999.   Letters to possible participants, Permit of the Chief of Police for the march signed by the Oxford Mississippi Chief of Police.

24.32 Members, undated.   Member lists and sign-in sheets for various organizations.

24.33 Minutes, 1999.   Meeting minutes for various organizations.

24.34 Mission Statement & Office Status for SEED, 1998.   Letter confirming official approval of Students Envisioning Equality through Diversity (SEED), completed student organization information request form, laminated mission statement. Note: Student materials.

24.35 Emmett Till, 2003.   Printouts of news about the rejuvenated interest in Till’s death from multiple documentarians and civil rights groups.

24.36 Time Magazine, 09/22/2003.   Issue of Time.

24.37 UEFA (European Soccer), 11/20/2002.   Printout of article entitled “UEFA to provide 1.78 million euros to battle racism."

24.38 Unity Day 2003 PR, 2003.   Newspaper page and copy of article on student protest of speaker Richard Barrett.

24.39 Washington Post, 2002-2003.   Printouts of articles related to the South, race, civil rights, etc.

24.40 Oprah Winfrey, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Oprah joins Forbes billionaire’s club."

24.41 Zwire, 2003.   Printouts of articles on equality and civil rights from

24.42 Birmingham Pledge, 1998.   Drafts and documents related to the pledge.

24.43 USM Summit, 2003.   Event booklet, budget, contact information. Note: Student materials.

24.44 Summit (2002) Addresses and Evaluations, 2002.   Contact lists, completed evaluation forms; materials’ original manila folder with notes. Note: Student materials.

24.45 Rohinton Mistry, 2002.   Article on Mistry’s book tour, which he canceled due to racial profiling in American airports.

24.46 Newton Record, 06/04/2003.   Newspaper, with Evers event reported on the front page.

24.47 Photographs, 09/2000.   Unidentified photographs taken in September 2000, some featuring Susan Glisson.

Box 25 

25.1 New York Times articles, 1999-2003.   Magazine, newspaper pages, printouts of articles.

25.2 The New Yorker, 1996-2003.   July 15, 1999 issue, printout of articles.

25.3 Ng, Ken, 2002.   Printout of article entitled, “Ng’s work against racism earns him YMCA award."

25.4 University of Mississippi, 2001-2003.   Articles, newspaper clippings related to events at the University of Mississippi.

25.5 Oxford Eagle, 2003.   News clippings covering racial reconciliation efforts in Oxford, MS church.

25.6 Parents, Children and Personal Computers (PCPC), 2003.   Article on providing computers to low-income families.

25.7 Philadelphia, undated.   Newspaper clipping on Philadelphia, MS.

25.8 Charles Pickering, 2003.   Printouts of articles on charges of racism against Judge Charles Pickering.

25.9 Preservation of Pacific Radio Archives, 2002.   Printout of article entitles “Saving voices of a generation."

25.10 Princeton Weekly Bulletin (PR), 2003.   Printouts of articles on racial prejudice.

25.11 Rev. Ed Sanders, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Sanders backs raising taxes to fund services."

25.12 Savannah Music Festival, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Black Heritage Festival celebrates traditions."

25.13 South Florida Human Rights Council, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Human rights award winner lauds mayor of Lauderdale."

25.14 Sons of Mississippi, 2003.   Printout of article entitled "Racism’s roots, branches are dug up in 'Mississippi.'"

25.15 Springsteen, Bruce, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Springsteen urges city to heal its racial rift.”

25.16 Sunday Times, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Government MP accused of racism.”

25.17 Emails, 2002.   Printouts of emails.

25.18 Drew Leader, 2003.   Vol. 1, issue 7 (7 copies).

25.19 Medgar Evers – 40th Anniversary Press, 2003.   Printouts of articles on the legacy of Medgar Evers, including the events marking the 40th anniversary of his death.

25.20 “Freedom, Sweet as Sugah in M’Tee” Play, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Play inspires memories, debates in black history.”

25.21 Georgetown Times, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Kids find more than mentors in Georgetown youth group.”

25.22 Benjamin Hooks, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Former leader of NAACP speaks at state memorial.”

25.23 India Express, 2002.   Printouts of articles on racism.

25.24 Jackson Christian Family, 2004.   May issue, featuring William and Elise Winter on the cover.

25.25 Jackson Free Press, 2004.   Advertising agreement.

25.26 L. A. Times, 2002.   Printouts of articles related to racial injustice.

25.27 Leadership Matters, 2003.   Vol. 4, no. 1 of newsletter of the Trent Lott Leadership Institute at the University of Mississippi.

25.28 Lanier Hi-Lites, 2002-2003.   Various issues of the paper.

25.29 Malaysiakini, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Don’t let racism cloud poverty eradication, says con.”

25.30 John Andrew Martin, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “His altruism is a lifelong practice.”

25.31 McComb, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Inquirer reporter finds change in McComb during visit.”

25.32 Meridian Star, 06/10/2003.   Newspaper issue.

25.33 Message Magazine, 2003.   January/February issue entitled “Forever in the Path: The Future of the Black Church.”

25.34 Mississippi Business Journal, 2002-2003.   Printouts of articles on Mississippi businesses.

25.35 M. K. Ghandi Institute for Nonviolence, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Ruth Pauley Lectures Thursday at Sandhills.”

25.36 Calendarlive, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Landmark Album Comes Full Circle.”

25.37 Chicago Sun-Times, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Cartoonist Bill Mauldin is dead.”

25.38 Clarion Ledger, 2002-2006.   Printouts of articles and newspaper pages.

25.39 CNN, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Judge orders reforms on Mississippi’s death row.”

25.40 College Campus Racism, 2002-2003.   Printouts of articles from various websites.

25.41 Commercial Appeal (PR), 2003-2004.   Printouts of articles, newspaper clippings and pages.

25.42 The Daily Journal, 2003-2013.   Printouts of articles, newspaper page.

25.43 Daily Mississippian, 2003.   Newspapers and clippings.

25.44 Stanford Daily, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Harris recounts years at Stanford as activist.”

25.45 Richard Davis, 2002.   Printout of article entitled “Activist will headline racism summit.”

25.46 Staff Articles in the Media, undated.   Collection of Institute staff articles, with table of contents.

25.47 Susan Glisson in the Media, 2007; 2013.   Printout article from Caribbean Review of Gender Studies issue 1; reclaiming children and youth: Racial Healing vol. 22, issue 1 (2 copies).

25.48 Press, 1999-2004.   News on or related to the Institute.

25.49 Philadelphia Trial Press, 2005.   Printouts and newspaper clippings.

25.50 Press – Civil Rights Cases, 2005.   Clippings and printouts.

25.51 Press – Living Wages, 2002.   Clippings regarding the living wage campaign at the University of Mississippi.

25.52 Press – Medgar Evers Institute, undated.   News clippings on an MEI Youth Think Tank.

25.53 Press – Racial Reconciliation Stories, 2005.   Printout of article entitled “Mission Mississippi working to break racial barriers.”

25.54 Press – WWIRR 2004, 2005.   News clippings.

25.55 Press – WWIRR 2005, 2005.   Printouts of articles, news clippings.

25.56 Press – WWIRR 2010, 2010.   The View from Ventress: News from the College of Liberal Arts Fall 2010 issue.

25.57 Magazines, 2000-2005.   Issues of various magazines with articles on race.

25.58 Alabama Civil Rights Trail, 2003.   Printout of article entitled “Efforts build to memorialize King’s legacy.”

25.59 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 2003.   Printouts of articles related to racial inequality, Mississippi, minority representation on college campuses.

25.60 Calendarlive, 2002.   Printouts of articles discussing books on racism, civil rights.

Box 26 

26.1 Resource Development Advisory Board, 2004.   Information packet, notes, master prospect list.

26.2 Telecommunications Record, 2011.   Phone records.

26.3 Themes from Diasporic African Music Cultures (MUS 330/AAS 360), 2006.   Spiral-bound course pack for instructor Dr. George Dor.

26.4 (Re)Think Mississippi, undated.   Notepad with handwritten notes.

26.5 Winter Institute Internship/Practicum/Graduate Assistantship Manual, 2013/2014.   Policy manual.

26.6 2011-2015 Strategic Plan, 2013.   Draft 07/23/13.

26.7 Civic/Community Engagement Minor, 2013.   Proposal and printouts of relevant materials.

26.8 Campbell, Colm, undated.   CV and published articles by Campbell.

26.9 Northern Ireland, 1998-2011.   Booklets, pamphlets, newspaper pages.

26.10 Youthlink, 2009-2011.   Training materials, notes.

26.11 WAVE Trauma Center, undated.   Trauma training pack, memorial booklets.

26.12 International Discussion of Multiculturalism, 2012.   Articles, printouts of news.

26.13 South Africa – Civil Rights Tourism, 2011-2012.   Museum pamphlets and admission tickets, articles.

26.14 Detroit Information, undated.   Event and film information, possibly collected during a connecting flight to Capetown).

26.15 Winter Institute – Capetown, 2012.   Capetown, South Africa Winter Institute gathering information: agendas, bios, local publications.

26.16 New Orleans Retreat, 2012.   Emails, statistical information, notes, participant responses (notecards).

26.17 “Unleashing the Untapped Potential of Urban Congregations”, undated.   Spiral-bound booklet by Raymond A. Jetson.

26.18 Results-Based Accountability, 2012.   Central City Founders Collaborative training materials.

26.19 Gulf Hills Hotel Reservations, 2011.   Notes, room reservation information.

26.20 Mardi Gras Ball Invitation, 02/15/2012.   Invitation to The Mayor’s Mardi Gras Ball, addressed to Susan Glisson.

26.21 New Orleans Conference, 2011.   Room agreements, notes, meeting materials.

26.22 Ashe Cultural Arts Center, undated.   Information packets.

26.23 New Orleans Rebirth (Folder 1 of 2), 2010.   Task force documents/reports.

26.24 New Orleans Rebirth (Folder 2 of 2), 2010.   Task force documents/reports.

26.25 Winter Institute Planning Documents/Notes, 2012.   Reports, correspondence, notes.

26.26 New Voices and Technology, 2007-2012.   Printouts/copies of articles on young people and advances in technology.

26.27 A New Generation of Southerners, undated.   Funders’ Collaborative on Youth Organizing Occasional Paper Series on Youth Organizing, No. 05 (possible draft or typescript).

Box 27 

27.1 Leadership – WKKF Programming, 2001.   Training materials.

27.2 WKKF Information, undated.   Presentation slide printouts, articles.

27.3 Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, 2004-2008.   Training materials.

27.4 Winter Institute Documents/Flyers, undated.   Items created by WWIRR and by other organizations.

27.5 Albert B. Nylander, III, undated.   Curriculum vitae.

27.6 Documents – Susan Glisson, 2012.   Email listing documents Glisson needed, collection of articles.

27.7 2011-2014 Strategic Plan, 2012.   Several annotated drafts.

27.8 2011-2015 Strategic Plan, undated.   Clean copy of the plan.

27.9 2011 Strategic Planning Retreat, 2011.   Documents and attendance lists for the Jackson, MS retreat.

27.10 Strategic Planning 2011 Interview Summary Sheets, 2011.   Compilation of responses with notes on recurring themes.

27.11 No Citizen Shall Be Denied, undated.   Southern History Project booklet.

27.12 Notes (Susan Glisson), 2009-2011.   Loose notes and spiral-bound notebook, with notes made by Glisson.

27.13 America Healing, 2011.   Participant bios, agendas, presentation slide printouts.

27.14 Blueprint MS, 2008-2011.   Correspondence, research notes, related publications.

27.15 Advance MS, 2010-2016.   Grant correspondence, meeting reservations, planning notes and documents.

27.16 Investment Prospects, 2011.   Correspondence, planning materials, strategic plan copies, training materials.

27.17 Key West Retreat (Folder 1 of 2), 2011.   Retreat binder contents, with notes (presumably made by Susan Glisson).

27.18 Key West Retreat (Folder 2 of 2), 2011.   Retreat binder contents.

27.19 Magazines and Newspapers, 2010-2011.   Collection of publications with articles focused on race and diversity.

27.20 Transitional Justice Institute, 2011.   Pamphlets and notes.

27.21 On the Right Side of History, 2004.   On the Right Side of History: Lessons from Brown, a publication of the Southern Education Foundation.

27.22 Publications, 2009-2014.   Newspapers, article photocopies, etc.

Box 28 

28.1 Summer Youth Institute 2010, 2010.   Binder materials. Note: Student materials.

28.2 Summer Youth Institute 2012, 2012.   Binder materials, notes, articles (belonging to Susan Glisson). Note: Student materials.

28.3 Summer Youth Institute 2012 Literary Magazine, 2012.   Booklet with photos and writing from institute participants. Note: Student materials.

28.4 Summer Youth Institute 2013 (Folder 1 of 2), 2013.   Binder materials, notes, notebook (belonging to Susan Glisson). Note: Student materials.

28.5 Summer Youth Institute 2013 (Folder 2 of 2), 2013.   Binder materials. Note: Student materials.

28.6 Summer Youth Institute 2.0, 2013.   Binder materials. Note: Student materials.

28.7 Summer Youth Institute Information, 2014-2016.   Mentor training schedule, flyers. Note: Student materials.

28.8 Civil Rights Education, 2006-2012.   Senate Bill No. 2718, civil rights timeline, related essays.

28.9 Civil Rights Education Commission (Folder 1 of 4), 2007.   Meeting agenda, reports.

28.10 Civil Rights Education Commission (Folder 2 of 4), 2011.   Congressional District correspondence and documents.

28.11 Civil Rights Education Commission (Folder 3 of 4), 2008-2014.   Notes, DVDs , McComb school district packet, civil rights timeline wheel, pamphlets, meeting notes, member information.

28.12 Civil Rights Education Commission (Folder 4 of 4), 2007-2013.   Meeting notes, Destination Graduation packet, symposium information, senate bill packet, social studies folder.

28.13 Meeting and Event Information, 2003-2017.   Event pamphlets, flyers, Welcome Table button.

28.14 Leader’s Guide for Welcome Table, 2011.   Binder materials. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

28.15 Leader’s Guide for Welcome Table Dialogues (1 of 2), 2010.   Binder materials (belonging to Susan Glisson). Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

28.16 Leader’s Guide for Welcome Table Dialogues (2 of 2), 2013.   Binder materials. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

28.17 USNS Medgar Evers, 11/12/2011.   Participation certificate/materials for the christening of US Navy ship (3 packets).

28.18 NYC Picnic Badges, Fan, 06/08/2013.   Magnetized name tags for the 34th Annual Mississippi Picnic in Central Park, paper fan.

28.19 The University of Mississippi Information, 2002-2017.   Pamphlets, information packet, chancellor’s report (CD), newspaper.

28.20 Winter Institute Flyers, Publications, 2013-2016.   Retreat information, event flyers, booklet on the Institute.

28.21 Certificates, 2013-2014.   Certificates of recognition/appreciation of the Governor Winter and the Institute.

28.22 Photograph of Distinguished Alumni, undated.   Photograph of 5 individuals holding Distinguished Alumni Awards.

Box 29 

29.1 National Conference on Undoing Racism (Folder 1 of 3), 2001.   National League of Cities conference binder materials.

29.2 National Conference on Undoing Racism (Folder 2 of 3), 2001.   National League of Cities conference binder materials.

29.3 National Conference on Undoing Racism (Folder 3 of 3), 2001.   National League of Cities conference binder materials.

29.4 Kids Count Resources, 2012-2014.   Data books, reports.

29.5 The Truth Can Set Us Free, 2011.   Signed copy (dedicated to Susan and Charles) of a booklet of essays by W. Douglas Tanner Jr.

29.6 Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Publications, undated.   Booklets on topics related to Winter Institute endeavors.

29.7 ADL Resources, undated.   Anti-Defamation League pamphlets and information packet.

29.8 “Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities,” 1983.   Publication from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (2 copies).

29.9 Southern Exposure, 1983.   September/October and November/December issues.

29.10 Museum Planning/Exhibit Design, 2012.   Exhibit Development Worksheets (spiral-bound packet).

29.11 Mississippi Publications, 2003-2015.   Publications from various organizations, with a focus on Mississippi.

29.12 University of Mississippi, 2009-2015.   Publications from the university.

29.13 Bay Times, 2014.   Issues of the newspaper (“LGBTQ News & Calendar for the Bay Area”).

29.14 Publications on Improving Communities/Communication, 2009-2015.   Publications on housing initiatives, homelessness, intergroup conflicts, death penalty.

29.15 Conference Programs, 2011-2015.   Programs and information from conferences across the US.

29.16 Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, 2011.   Information packet.

Box 30 

30.1 Delta Regional Forum, 2015.   Forum booklet, forms, pamphlet.

30.2 One Mississippi Retreat, 2010.   Worksheets, notebook paper. Note: Student materials.

30.3 Open Doors Oral History Administrative Notebook, 2001.   Log sheets, interview schedules.

30.4 Children and Families, 2014.   Publications on justice and opportunities for children and families.

30.5 Remembering the Events of 1962, undated.   Self-guided walking tour pamphlets for the Open Doors initiative.

30.6 United Way, undated.   Fundraising mailers.

30.7 Eracism, undated.   Bumper stickers.

30.8 Bernard J. Kleina Postcards, undated.   2 civil rights-themed postcards.

30.9 Civil Rights Monument Pamphlets, undated.   Information pamphlets for the University of Mississippi civil rights monument.

30.10 Opening Doors in a Closed Society, 2010.   Opening Doors in a Closed Society: Essays on Deepening the American Dream, by William F. Winter, sponsored by the Fetzer Institute (5 copies).

30.11 Neshoba County African-American Heritage Driving Tour Pamphlets, undated.   Pamphlets entitled “Roots of Struggle, Rewards of Sacrifice” (5 copies).

30.12 Mississippi Center for Justice Pamphlets, undated.   Information pamphlets (5 copies).

30.13 Know Your Rights Pamphlets, undated.   Information pamphlets (5 copies).

30.14 The John Elon Phay Collection Pamphlets, undated.   Information on the collection, housed in Archives & Special Collections, University of Mississippi (5 copies).

30.15 UM’s Code of Ethics, undated.   Copy of the code, with tear-off section to sign the pledge (5 copies).

30.16 Many Faces, Many Voices: One Solution Booklets, 1999.   Booklets for the first Mississippi statewide student summit on race. Note: Student materials.

30.17 Fans, undated.   Paper fans.

30.18 We Are the People We’ve Been Waiting For: Equipping Communities to Heal Themselves, undated.   Resource guide from the Institute.

30.19 Mississippi Department of Education, Understanding by Design (UbD), and The Mississippi Curriculum Framer, 2008.   Training manual.

30.20 Chancellor’s Advisory Board on History and Context, 2016.   Member information binder, meeting notes, recommendations.

30.21 Oversized Sticky Notes, undated.   Oversized (wall) sticky notes, with smaller sticky notes containing comments from participants in internal events.

30.22 Ephemera, undated.   Sticky notes, papers.

30.23 Ephemera, undated.   Sticky notes, papers.

30.24 Pictures of WWIRR Event, sent by Dr. Kellum (1 of 2), undated.   Photographs of unidentified events.

30.25 Pictures of WWIRR Event, sent by Dr. Kellum (2 of 2), undated.   Photographs of unidentified events.

30.26 Pictures of the William Winter Birthday Celebration, 02/2003.   Printed photographs and CD labeled “Gov. Winters at Graduation 40th Birthday Celebration.”

30.27 Photos for Website, undated.   Photographs of various sizes and people (headshots, group photos, event photos).

30.28 One Mississippi Photos (1 of 2), undated.   Photographs of various people (unidentified). Note: Student materials.

30.29 One Mississippi Photos (2 of 2), undated.   Photographs of various people (unidentified). Note: Student materials.

T-shirts, undated.   Vote April 17, The March on Mississippi, and hand-written “#No Visa Ban” t-shirts.

Lanyard, undated.   Gideon’s Promise lanyard.

Pens, undated.   Andrew Goodman Foundation and Winter Institute pens.

Box 31 

Rolled Photographs of Open Doors Ceremony, 2004.   13 items.

NAACP Alpha Award, 2003.   Trophy: unknown recipient, possibly undergraduate biology major, James Kevin Hall; made at the Oxford, MS Trophy Shop.

Emma K. Elzy Award, 2009.   Wooden plaque: “Mississippi Conference, The United Methodist Church Commission on Religion and Race Presents the 2009 Emma K. Elzy Award for Racial Reconciliation to Governor William Winter and the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation.”

Leadership Celebration Award, 2004.   Wooden plaque: “2004 Leadership Award - ϕΒ∑ - Courage Award – William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation.”

Box 32 

32.1 Southern Exposure Event Preparation, 2006.   Room reservations, schedule outline.

32.2 Southern Exposure Correspondence, 2006.   Registration invitations.

32.3 Southern Exposure Conference Program, 2006.   Program for the conference on March 17-19, 2006.

32.4 Lemuel Penn Historical Marker, 2006.   Envelope of newspaper clippings and pages as well as a memorial service program for Penn.

32.5 International Center for Transitional Justice, 2006.   Unpublished book chapter, conference report series booklets.

32.6 Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Information Project, 2007.   Information packet.

32.7 ATTR Research Materials, 2007.   Materials related to the work of the Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation, contact list.

32.8 ATTR Planning Materials, 2007.   Emails, notes, information from related activities.

32.9 Financial Literacy, undated.   Documents related to financial literacy in Mississippi, including a payday lending factsheet and guides to understanding the state budget.

32.10 Gulf Coast – Turkey Creek, undated.   Community plans.

32.11 Gulf Coast – Beach Wade-In, 2008.   Agreement for speaker Lerone Bennett, Jr. to speak at the Dr. Gilbert R. Mason Sr. 50th Year Beach Wade-In Anniversary; grant information for a grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council, which helped fund the event.

32.12 Gulf Coast – Dr. Gilbert R. Mason, Sr., 2008.   Information about Mason’s swim in the Mississippi Sound to defy segregation laws.

32.13 Gulf Coast – Historic Preservation, 2007.   Draft documents for historic preservation ordinances.

32.14 Gulf Coast – Steps Coalition, 2007.   Meeting agendas, policy documents, notes.

32.15 Gulf Coast – Mississippi Renewal Forum Summary Report, 2005.   Summary report booklet with “Recommendations for Rebuilding the Gulf Coast.”

32.16 Mississippi Truth Commission Preparation, 2008.   Documents related to the Mississippi Truth Commission project.

32.17 Truth Commission Research, undated.   Articles on related truth projects.

32.18 Year of Dialogue – Notes, 2007.   Notes related to the Year of Dialogue on Race. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

32.19 Year of Dialogue – Planning Documents, 2007.   Planning meeting booklets. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

32.20 Year of Dialogue – Kick-off Information, 2007.   News and notes related to the kick-off events for the Year of Dialogue on Race. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

32.21 Greenwood, MS Telephone Directory, 2006.   Telephone directory.

32.22 Mississippi Phone Books, 2007-2008.   Mid-Delta Real Yellow Pages; Leflore & Carroll Counties Phone Book.

32.23 Greenwood Committee – Hopes, undated.   Notecards with individuals’ hopes for Greenwood, Mississippi.

32.24 Greenwood Committee – Planning Documents, 2003-2012.   Plans for making changes for better race relations in Greenwood, contact lists, thank you cards.

32.25 Greenwood Committee - Retreat, 2007-2009.   Information about a Greenwood retreat, local tourist information, news, correspondence.

32.26 Greenwood Release Forms, 2004.   Signed general release forms.

32.27 Greenwood Advertising, 2009.   Local advertising media.

32.28 Winter Institute Publications, undated.   Publications (bumper sticker, folder, booklets, etc.) created by the WWIRR.

32.29 Neshoba County African American Heritage Driving Tour Brochure, undated.   Information used to plan a brochure.

Box 33 

33.1 MS Coalition (Folder 1 of 3), 2006.   Contacts, planning notes. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

33.2 MS Coalition (Folder 2 of 3), 2005.   Correspondence, planning notes, information about related organizations. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

33.3 MS Coalition (Folder 3 of 3), 2005.   Notes, contact lists. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

33.4 Kellogg Foundation Renewal and Reflection Gathering, 2006.   Information packet.

33.5 Between the Ashes and Alleluiahs, 2007.   Lenten devotional guide from the Mississippi Conference (3 copies).

33.6 The Way of the Heart, undated.   “The Way of the Heart: A Program for Racial Reconciliation, Goodwill, & Harmony” pamphlet and opening aspiration, created by Billy Barrios and Susannah Furr.

33.7 Living the Generous Life: Reflections on Giving & Receiving, undated.   “A project of the Fetzer Institute” (booklet).

33.8 Cultural Mapping, undated.   Instructions for a cultural mapping group activity.

33.9 White Privilege, undated.   Articles on white and race privilege.

33.10 MS Coalition Website, 2006.   Meeting notes, design drafts. Note: Materials are related to the Welcome Table.

33.11 Echoing Green, undated.   Information pack from Echoing Green, a social change organization.

33.12 MS Coalition Community Initiatives, 2006.   Notes and correspondence on events and programs.

33.13 Steps Coalition Events (Folder 1 of 2), 2006.   Documents for the 50th Anniversary Wade-In, grants, emergency housing, retreat evaluations.

33.14 Steps Coalition Events (Folder 2 of 2), 2006.   Katrina Memorial Sunrise programs, faxes.

33.15 Retreat for Mississippi Gulf Coast Grassroots Leaders, 2006.   Blank evaluation forms, booking agreements.

33.16 Gulf Coast Initiatives, 2006.   Information on the Turkey Creek community, Community Resourcing Meeting agendas, contact lists, notes.

33.17 Turkey Creek Articles, 2006.   Copies of news articles about the Turkey Creek community.

33.18 Gulf Coast Rebuilding Initiatives, 2005-2006.   Grant letter from Oxfam America, letter regarding a Turkey Creek DVD (DVD has been moved to A/V materials), articles, Coastal Development Strategies Conference program.

33.19 Affordable Housing Grant, 2005-2007.   Grant information, development committee correspondence, policies, documents from United Housing, Inc.

33.20 Coastal Development Strategies, 2006.   “Battle for Biloxi” article, 7th Annual Coastal Development Strategies Conference speaker biographies.

33.21 Southern Regional Council, 1991-2002.   Notes, The University of Florida Southern Regional Council History Project documents, issues of Southern Changes, annual reports.

33.22 CANRAD Publications, 2010-2012.   List of DVDs available to request, proposals.

33.23 Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2009.   “Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism & Democracy: Concept Document” (3 copies).

33.24 South African Publications (1 of 2), 2009-2017.   Issues of various publications from organizations in South Africa.

33.25 South African Publications (2 of 2), 2013-2014.   Issues of various publications from organizations in South Africa; other publications, presumably gathered on a trip to South Africa.

33.26 FBI Report for the Emmett Till Murder Investigation, 2006.   Bound copy of the “Prosecutive Report of Investigation Concerning [Name Redacted].”

33.27 FBI Report for the Emmett Till Murder Investigation, Appendix A, 2004.   Bound copy of “Appendix A – Transcript” to the “Prosecutive Report of Investigation Concerning [Name Redacted].”

33.28 Telling the Story, [2014].   “Telling the Story: Exploring the Impact and Outreach of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation” booklet, multiple copies.

33.29 Planning Documents, circa 2015.   Notes, Welcome Table planning document, 2011-2015 Strategic Plan.

33.30 “Showing Up for Racial Justice," 2015.   Article by James Baldwin, in Quaker Action vol. 96, no. 1.

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34.1 Medgar Evers Institute (1 of 3), 2002-2004.   News, planning documents, Youth Think Tank vision, symposium information.

34.2 Medgar Evers Institute (2 of 3), 2002-2004.   Announcement of the institute’s foundation, event plans, news, correspondence.

34.3 Medgar Evers Institute (3 of 3), 2003.   40th anniversary commemoration planning, meeting information.

34.4 Medgar Evers Institute Events, 2002-2003.   Information about the 40th anniversary commemoration and youth events.

34.5 Medgar Evers Exhibit, 2006.   Text drafts for the exhibit at the Jackson-Evers International Airport.

34.6 Medgar Evers Exhibit Advisory Committee, 2005.   Meeting notes, committee contact list.

34.7 Medgar Evers Exhibit Advisory Committee Meeting, 06/08/2005.   Susan Glisson’s meeting booklet, meeting transcript.

34.8 Medgar Evers Exhibit Graphic Designs, 2006.   Designs sent to Susan Glisson for review.

34.9 New Orleans, 2015-2016.   Reports, Katrina 10-year anniversary event information, Welcome Table programs.

34.10 Think Big, Charleston, SC, 2016.   Think Big event flyers and booklets, notes.

34.11 Mississippi Center for Justice, 2016.   Booklets.

34.12 Kellogg Foundation, undated.   Notes and booklet entitled “Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation.”

34.13 Kellogg Foundation Racial Equity Resource Guide, undated.   Part of the America Healing initiative.

34.14 Memorial Service Programs, 2003-2015.   Excerpts of conversations with Spence Richard; memorial program for Elizabeth C. “Pann” Powers.

34.15 Notes and Correspondence, 2000-2012.   Notes made by Susan Glisson; letters and cards.

34.16 Notes and Planning Documents, 2014-2015; undated.   Notes made by Susan Glisson; Welcome Table planning document.

34.17 Southern Living Feature on Susan Glisson, 2013.   Article marked in September 2013 issue.

34.18 Opening Doors in a Closed Society, 2010.   Collection of essays by William F. Winter, part of the Essays on Deepening the American Dream series, sponsored by the Fetzer Institute (6 copies).

34.19 City of Clinton – Riot of 1875 – Historical Marker Dedication, 09/04/2015.   Dedication event program (5 copies).

34.20 Copperman, Hannah – Thesis, 04/14/2008.   Thesis entitled “A Flawed Attempt at a National Conversation on Race: President Clinton’s One America Initiative June 1997 – September 1998,” submitted as part of a bachelor’s degree in history at Brown University.

34.21 Magazines, 2014-2015.   Issues of Time and The Atlantic with articles on racial inequality and related topics.

34.22 Unidentified Photos, 1993-2006.   Various photographs of people and events; one photograph has description on back: “Old Bruinsburg Rd. near Windsor; Route taken by Grant’s Yankees to Port Gibson and Vicksburg Campaign; Ron Nurnburg.”

Water Bottle, 2012.   Green metallic water bottle labeled “SYI 2012,” in white packaging. Note: Student materials.

Mississippi Center for Justice Award, 2016.   2016 Champion of Justice award, given to “Barber v. Bryant Plaintiff Susan Glisson”; The award reads “A member of ‘The Courageous Thirteen’ who took the bold step of launching a broad-based challenge to strike down H. B. 1523 in its entirety. October 6, 2016.” Glass, encased in a black box.

Audio/Video Materials 

A: VHS Tapes 

Box 35 

1: Color Line Project Tapes 

CLP Jackson, 11/06/03.   (2 copies)

CLP Jackson Tape, 1 11/06/03. 

CLP Jackson Tape 3, 11/06/03. 

CLP Leora Morris Concord, 06/30/04. 

CLP Tunica, 05/13/04. 

Color Line Project, undated. 

Color Line Project – Jackson Mississippi – Planning Meeting, 11/06/03; 11//07/03. 

Color Line Project – Mississippi – Greenwood, Summer 2003. 

Concord MB Church CLP, Myra Johnson, 07/14/04. 

Concord MB Church CLP, Walterene C. Powell, 07/14/04. 

Concord MB Church, Rose Nell & Versie Stamp, undated. 

Concord MB Church Wilkie Hentz, undated. 

Concord MB Church, 06/16/04. 

Hattiesburg CLP, 04/30/04. 

Jackson CLP, Meeting with C. Turner, D. Allen, 03/30/09. 

Oxford, Summer 2003. 

Tunica CLP, 2004. 

Tunica CLP Tape 1, 03/27/04. 

Tunica CLP Tape 2, 03/27/04.   (2 copies)

2: Freedom Riders Tapes 

The Children Shall Lead, undated.   (3 copies)

The Children Shall Lead, 11/11/04. 

“The Children Shall Lead” Freedom Riders, undated. 

“The Children Shall Lead” Freedom Riders, 05/06/05. 

“The Children Shall Lead” Rough Cut, undated. 

Davidoff, Marv: Freedom Rider, 11/10/01. 

F. Riders Tape 1, undated.   (2 copies)

F. Riders Tape 2, undated. 

F. Riders Tape 2 (duplicate), undated.   (2 copies)

F. Riders Tape 3, undated.   (2 copies)

F. Riders Tape 4, undated.   (2 copies)

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2: Freedom Rider Tapes 

F. Riders Tape 5, undated.   (2 copies)

F. Riders Tape 6, undated. 

F. Riders Tape 6, Jim Forman, undated. 

Fillner, Bob: Freedom Rider, 11/10/01. 

Freedman, Martin: Freedom Rider, undated. 

Freedom Riders, undated. 

Freedom Riders, 10/12/04. 

Freedom Riders “The Children Shall Lead,” 03/30/05. 

Grayson, April, Freedom Riders, undated. 

Maguire, John: Freedom Rider, undated. 

Person, Charles: Freedom Rider, 11/09/01. 

Reinitz, Janet Brown: Freedom Rider, 11/10/01. 

Siegenthaler, John: Interview, Freedom Riders, undated. 

Singleton, Helen: Freedom Rider, 11/08/01. 

Washington, John: Freedom Rider, undated. 

3: International Conference on Race Tapes 

2:45 P.M., 10/03/03.   (2 copies)

Defining Racism, Undoing Racism, 10/03/03. 

Defining Racism, Undoing Racism; Audio Ch. 1 & 2, 10/03/03. 

Final Plenary Session, 10/04/03.   (3 copies)

Final Plenary Session; Audio Ch. 1 & 2, 10/04/03. 

Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Music and Images as Tools for Advancing Racial Reconciliation, Ch. 1 & 2 Audio, 10/03/03. 

International Conference on Race, 10/03/03. 

Keynote Address: Rev. James Lawson, 10/03/03. 

Panel: Reconciliation in Australia and South Africa, undated. 

Panel: Reconciliation in Australia and South Africa, Audio Ch. 1 & 2, 10/04/03. 

Panel: Reconciliation and Community Coalitions, 10/03/03. 

Panel: UM Student Panel, 10/04/03.   (2 copies)

Reconciliations and Community Coalitions, 10/03/03.   (3 copies)

Reconciliation in Australia and South Africa, 10/04/03.   (3 copies)

Reconciliation and Community Coalitions Panel, 10/03/03. 

Reconciliation and Health Care, 10/04/03.   (3 copies)

Reconciliation and Health Care Panel, 10/04/03. 

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3: International Conference on Race 

Religion, Race and Reconciliation, 10/04/03.   (2 copies)

Religion, Race and Reconciliation Panel, 10/04/03. 

Teach-In Panel, 10/02/03.   (3 copies)

Teach-In Panel 8:30 a.m., 10/02/03. 

UM Student Panel, 10/04/03.   (2 copies)

4: Location Tapes 

Greenwood, 07/21/03.   (2 copies)

Greenwood Tape 1, 07/21/03.   (2 copies)

Greenwood Tape 3, undated. 

Hattiesburg, Mississippi, undated.   (9 copies)

Jackson, Mississippi Tape 1, undated.   (5 copies)

Neshoba Video, undated. 

McComb, Mississippi, undated.   (9 copies)

Oxford, 07/21/03. 

Oxford Tape 1, undated. 

5: Interview Tapes 

Abraham, J. & T. Daspit, undated. 

Allen, Emma Lou; CIS Greenwood, 06/24/04. 

Barnett Adkins, Ouida, undated. 

Bates, Shirley, undated. 

Bennett, Izeal – McComb, 07/27/04. 

Bryant, C. C.; McComb, undated. 

Bryant, Emogene, [McComb,] undated. 

Corstarphen, Lillie, 07/27/04. 

Dugger, Ada, 06/30/04. 

Gaither, Thomas, undated. 

Grayson, April, undated. 

Harris, Thomas, undated. 

Irby, Emmett “Rabb,” 06/30/04. 

Lafayette, Bernard: Interview, 10/08/04. 

Lafayette Interview Part I, undated. 

Lafayette Interview Part II, undated. 

Marsalis, James, undated. 

Martin, Joe, [McComb,] undated. 

Mayer, Dr., [McComb,] undated. 

McCain, Earnestine, 06/30/04. 

McDew, Chuck, undated.   (2 copies)

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5: Interview Tapes 

McDew, Chuck, 07/10/04. 

McDew, Chuck, with TC, undated. 

McGee, Joyce, undated. 

Nash, Judge, [McComb,] undated. 

Quinn, Rev., [McComb,] undated. 

Rembert, Emily, [McComb,] 07/27/04. 

Talbert, Bobby, [McComb,] undated. 

Thomas, Jr., Clarence L., [Freedom Riders,] undated. 

Thompson, John, [McComb,] undated. 

Walker, Alice (for Susan), undated. 

6: Open Doors Tapes 

5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m. Cutaways, undated. 

Night time ceremony, 10/01/02.   (2 copies)

Open Doors Edited Version 4:30, undated. 

Open Doors: Myrlie Evers Williams, 10/01/02. 

Open Doors, Myrlie Evers Williams Plaque, 10/01/02. 

Open Doors Speech, 10/01/03.   (3 copies)

7: Story Circles Tapes 

Story of a People “Interracial Relationships” Story Circles Excerpt, 17 min, SI Communications, undated. 

Student Story Circles in Springfield Ohio High Schools: How It Works, 14:30, undated. 

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8: Miscellaneous VHS Tapes 

We’ll Never Turn Back, undated.   (5 Copies)

The 11th Mississippi Memorial Dedication (Archival Version), 05/27/00. 

ABC 20/20, Don Simonton, 11/29/99. 

After Party, [Neshoba County, Philadelphia Coalition,] 06/21/04.   (2 copies)

Barry Bradford – Adlai Stevenson High School – National History Day 2003: 30 Years to Justice, Today Show, 06/16/03; CNN Inside Politics, Mrs. Evers-Williams – CNBC; C-SPAN Washington Journal, 06/08/03. 

Bob Moses and Victoria Gray Adams: The Civil Rights Movement as Theological Drama, undated. 

“Breaking Down Barriers”: The Integration of “Ole Miss” and the Battle of Oxford, Mississippi, undated. 

Brown Bag Take 1, undated. 

CBS News Sunday, 07/14/04. 

Christ Ministries C.O.G.I.C., “No Apology Necessary,” Rev. Earl W. Carter, undated. 

Civil Rights Anniversary, City of Oxford Honors National Guard, Army, Marshalls: B-roll Lunch, B-roll Student Lunch, undated. 

CNN Interview: Race Relations, 04/21/01.   (3 copies)

Commemoration, 06/20/2004. 

Community Dinner in the Circle, [Open Doors, University of Mississippi,] 5:00 p.m., 10/01/03.   (2 copies)

Complexions, undated. 

Consent Forms: The 3 R’s & F. I. D., Camera 40 Productions ©2002, 2002. 

A Conversation with Dr. Sonnie Wellington Hereford, “His Civil Rights Journey,” Educational TV, 04/26/06. 

Coopwood Communications – Third World in Mississippi, 27 min., undated. 

The CORE of the Solution: James Farmer and the Search for Justice, National History Day 2004 (Allison Nichols, Sarah Siegel, Brittany Saltiel), undated. 

Court TV for Susan, from Annette, [Philadelphia, MS, during Killen trial,] undated. 

Critical Moments Keynote Panel Discussion, 03/29/03.   (“Glisson Copy”)

The Democratic Promise: Saul Alinsky & His Legacy; Narrated by Alec Baldwin, Produced by Media Process Educational Films & Chicago Video Project, TRT: 56:40, 1999. 

Elaine Riot of 1919 – Rough Draft, 02/17/05. 

“Emmett Till,” 60 Minutes, CBS National, 7:00 -8:00 p.m., 28:33, 10/24/2004. 

Eyes on the Prize, undated. 

Eyes on the Prize (series), Part 1-6, Susan Glisson, undated. 

Eyes on the Prize II, Part 1-4, undated. 

The Fanny Lou Hamer Story, Written and performed by Mzuri, undated. 

FBI Guyot, undated. 

First Friday: The Future of Race in America, Mississippi Educational Television, Length: 27:42, Air Date: May 2, 2003. 

FRR James Forman/Sandra Nixon Tape 6, undated. 

Grace Is Greater than Race: The 2002 Statewide Conference of Christian Unity, 2002. 

Guyot & MFDP Conference, 10/13/89. 

How to Talk about Race, 01/27/99. 

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8: Miscellaneous VHS Tapes 

How to Become a Sheriff…when born poor and black in segregated Mississippi (48:37), Donald Blank, 2002.   (2 copies)

Jack Johnson (The Rise of), Part I, undated. 

Jack Johnson (The Fall of), Part II, undated. 

Lay My Burden Down, 60m, 1966. 

Mercer University Service Learning 6:31, undated. 

Mississippi Freedom Summer Project, undated. 

The Murder of Emmett Till, undated.   (2 copies)

Music of Civil Rights Movement Panel with C. Liegh Mclanis, Scott Barretta, Chris Strachwitz, Willie King, and Ben Payton – Law School Moot Court, 02/22/07. 

Neshoba County Press Conference, 05/26/04. 

Neshoba Footage for MDAH, undated.   (3 copies)

Neshoba Memorial Television Coverage, undated.   (2 copies)

Neshoba Memorial Video, undated. 

Ninth House Network, Building Community: Author Talk with Clifton Taulbert, Length 17.21, undated. 

Opening Doors Teleconference, The University of Alabama, The University of Georgia, and the University of Mississippi, 01/13/04. 

Oxford Racial Dialogues, undated. 

Philadelphia Coalition, ABC Nightline, 06/10/05. 

“The Power of Ideas,” Clifton Taulbert, undated. 

The President’s Initiative on Race, undated.   (2 copies)

“Racial Legacies and Learning: How to Talk about Race,” 112 minutes, originally filmed on January 27, 1999. 

Roundtable Camera 2, undated. 

Stand Up! An Active Discourse on Civic Engagement, from the Council on African American Affairs, undated.   (2 copies)

Standing on My Sisters’ Shoulders, a film by Laura Lipson, 60 minutes, 2002. 

Streets of Greenwood, 20m, 1963. 

A Time for Justice, 38 minutes, undated.   (2 copies)

Undoing Racism: The Campaign to Promote Racial Justice, National League of Cities, undated. 

Video conference, Office of University Relations, The University of Alabama, 01/13/04. 

Voice of America, undated. 

Voice of America (week of Nov. 6, 2003), 2003. 

We’ll Never Turn Back, 33 min., from 16mm, by Harvey Richards, 1963. 

Where Do We Go from Here?: A Journey in Search of History and Dialogue, undated. 

Will Campbell, Union Ballroom, 09/11/97. 

William Winter 80th Birthday Celebration, undated.   (2 copies)

WLBT3: Civil Rights Summit, 6 p.m., aired 06/21/06. 

Writing Out Loud, Author: Clifton Taubert [sic], TRT 27:45, undated. 

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9: Southern Media Archival Tapes 

Lytle VHS, Reels 1&2, b&w: Lytle Collection. VHS Viewing Copy of Color Dub-Master Transfer, Property of Special Collections, the University of Mississippi, undated. 

Southern Media Archive, Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries, 210-2000SMA-003V c. 1: Panola, 30 min., b/w, sound, from 16mm, by Ed Pincus, 1965. 

Southern Media Archive, Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries, 210-2000SMA-004V c. 1: Streets of Greenwood, 20 min., from 16 mm, by Jack Willis, John Reavis Jr., Fred Wardenburg, 1963. 

Southern Media Archive, Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries, 210-2000SMA-005 c. 1: Lay My Burden Down, 60 min., from 16mm, by Jack Willis, for National Educational Television & Radio Center, 1966. 

VHS – Lytle B&W, Reels 1&2, Lytle Collection. VHS Viewing Copy of Color Dub-Master Transfer, Property of Special Collections, The University of Mississippi, undated. 

No label.   (3 items)

B: Digital S Tapes 

Box 41 (cont'd) 

Annette (Audio), Voice Over, “Freedom Riders,” undated. 

Audio VO (Revisions Freedom Riders), Annette 2, undated. 

Audio VO Freed. Riders, undated. 

A National Symposium on Media & The Civil Rights Movement, Oral History – John Lewis, April 3-5 1987. 

Philadelphia to Philadelphia Project; Dick Molpus, Secretary of State of MS, Official Welcome; 6:47:07; Apology about 2min into speech, 06/21/1989. 

Audio Keith & Erics’s [sic] VO, undated. 

Audio for NFSMI Interactive CD, undated. 

Cut Tight, Audio Freedom Riders, undated. 

Alli (Riley) Audio, undated. 

Andy Harper – Neshoba County Press Conference for Website 1 VHS, undated. 

No label.   (2 items)

C: Betacam Tapes 

Box 41 (cont'd) 

Eyes on the Prize Episode 3 (Audio Only), undated. 

Freedom Riders, “The Children Shall Lead” 27:59, undated. 

HSR, Clean with cover shots, 2000. 

Revised METV abbreviated, 27:23; Freedom Riders, “The Children Shall Lead” Short Version, 27:59, 04/19/06. 

The University of Mississippi, “Freedom Rides, Jim Zwerg in Hospital in Montgomery”; “Robert Kennedy on Freedom Rides” ; (2) 16mm Print Transfers, TRT: 7 minutes, 08/12/04. 

Washington University in St. Louis, Eyes on the Prize Episode 3/Jim Zwerg-Hospital 1:00, undated. 

D: DVCAM Tape 

Box 41 (cont'd) 

WKKF, Jim Hill HS & St. Alexis’ Episcopal Church; Mississippi Resource Shoot, Interviews Raw Footage, undated. 

E: DV Tapes 

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1: President’s Initiative on Race, 1998 

First Friday, ETV Broadcast, Initiative on Race, 05/01/98. 

President’s Initiative on Race – Public Forum, Part I, Tape 1 of 2, Balcony Cam, 03/16/98. 

President’s Initiative on Race – Public Forum, Part I, Tape 2 of 2, Balcony Camera, 03/16/98. 

President’s Initiative on Race – Public Forum, Balcony cam, second part, Part II, 03/16/98. 

2: Philadelphia Summit / Civil Rights Conference / Civil Rights Education Summit, June 22-24, 2005 

Plenary, Is a Verdict Enough: Reflections on Justice and Reconciliation in the Killen Trial, 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Plenary, “Truth Commission Initiatives From Around the World (and in Our Own Backyard)” Greensboro TRC, 03/19/06.   (8 copies)

World Café Conversation/Closing Ceremony, Who Are We? How Are We?-Drafting a Working Structure for a Regional Collaboration, 03/19/2006.   (8 copies)

World Cafe Conversation, Fostering a New Ethos on Race and Reconciliation, 03/17/06.   (8 copies)

World Cafe Conversation, Taking It to the Next Level: Benefits of a Regional Collaboration, 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Abraham, Jennifer, 06/22/05. 

Abraham, Jennifer, & Toby Daspit, 1-6, 06/23/05. 

Abraham, Jennifer & Tony Daspit, 1-7, 06/23/05. 

Children’s March, 06/23/05. 

Civil Rights and the Law / The Cases, 06/23/05. 

Civil Rights Curriculum, 06/23/05. 

Clemons, Leroy, & Kids, [Philadelphia, MS, Neshoba County,] 06/22/05. 

Dealing with Difference, 06/23/05. 

Final Session, Discussion Group, 06/24/05. 

Freedom Riders, 06/22/05. 

Guyot, Lawrence, 06/23/05. 

Hollowell, Annette, 06/23/05. 

Honoring Florence Mars, [Philadelphia, MS,] 06/24/05. 

Integrating Civil Rights Education, 06/22/05. 

Jones-Clark, Jennifer, 06/22/05. 

Keynote Address, 06/23/05. 

McDonald Interview, 06/22/05. 

Mink, Andy, 06/22/05. 

Old Ways No More, 06/22/05. 

Opening/Panel, Part 1, 06/22/05. 

Panel Part 2, 06/22/05. 

Roundtable, 4:00-5:00 Camera 2, 06/22/05. 

Roundtable, Audio Channel 1, 06/22/05. 

Strategres [sic] for Teaching Civil Rights, 06/22/05. 

Tracing Slavery, 06/24/05. 

Unearthing the Past, 06/24/05. 

Using Memoirs to teach Civil Rights, 06/24/05. 

View, Jenice, 06/23/05. 

3: Southern Exposure Conference, March 18-19, 2006 

Building Community, 03/18/06. 

Contours of a Regional Collaboration, undated. 

The Gathering, 03/18/06. 

Is a Verdict Enough?, 03/18/06. 

Johnson, Dona, Breakout Session, 03/18/06. 

Opening Address, 03/17/06. 

Reports from Grass Roots Part I, 03/18/06. 

Reports from Grass Roots Part II, 03/18/06. 

Role of Art, 03/18/06. 

Rosewood, 03/19/06. 

Rusk, Rich, groups not here, 03/19/06. 

Taking It to the Next Level, 03/18/06. 

Terry, Kitty, fundraising, 03/18/06. 

Truth Commission, 03/19/06. 

Truth, Justice, and the American Way, 03/18/06. 

World Café #1, undated. 

World Café III / Close, 03/19/06. 

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4: Third Annual Civil Rights Education Summit, June 27-29, 2007 

Abraham Oral History 1, undated. 

Abraham Oral History 2, undated. 

Bercaw, 10:30, 06/29/07. 

Block, Margaret, 11:00, 06/28/07. 

Brooks & Norman, 3:00, 06/28/07. 

Campbell, Jim, 1, 06/29/07. 

Campbell, Tape 1, Civil Rights Speaker, 06/27/07.   (top of cassette mentions Abdullah, but front of cassette has Abdullah struck through)

Civil Rights Summit, 1:00 pm, 06/27/07. 

Crespino, 1, 10:30, 06/27/07. 

Crespino, Joseph, How to Teach Southern Segregationists, 10:30, 06/29/07. 

Doyle Worrell, Colleen: 3 pm, 06/28/07. 

Duncan Owens, Deborah, 06/28/07. 

Jeanes, Peggy, History Now, 06/28/07. 

Jones-Clark, Jennifer, Tape 1, 06/27/07. 

Jones-Clark, 2:15, Tape 2, 06/27/07. 

Kreckel, S., “A Forgotten History: Slavery in New England,” Tape #1, undated. 

Krekel, Sarah, Sarah Kreckel, A Forgotten History, Tape #2, undated. 

Loewen, James, 06/27/07. 

Menkart, 11:00, 06/28/07. 

Montgomery, 3:00, Tape 2, 06/28/07. 

Scruggs, 06/28/07; Loewen/James, Nitty Gritty Issues, undated. 

Smith, 4:15, 06/27/07. 

Thurs. 10am, undated. 

Wenger, Mike, 4:30, 06/28/07. 

Winter, Franklin, Oh, Panel 2, Thurs. 10 am [06/28/07]. 

Woodruff, Nan, “Teaching Freedom Struggles Before Civil Rights Movement,” Tape 1, 2007. 

5: Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation Planning Conference, November 9-11, 2007 

Panel with Engaged Listeners, Moderator: Natasha Barnes, undated.   DVD (5 copies).

The African-American Muslim Community – Building and Successful Strategy of Self-Help/Self-Determination, Okolo Rashid, undated. 

Anthony Crawford Remembered, 2PM, undated. 

Charles Moore and Henry Dee Case Study, Thomas Moore/Dunn Lampton/David Ridgen/Angela Givens, Saturday, 11/10/07. 

Closing Ceremony, 11:30AM, undated. 

Coming to the Table, Richmond, Virginia Case Study, Will Harrison, undated. 

Diversity International Television Network, Bishop Clarence B. Harris, undated. 

Friends of Pleasant Gardens, Chatanooga, Tennessee, case study, La Frederick Thirkill, Saturday, 11/10/07. 

Greensboro, NC Case Study, 3:30PM, undated. 

Jim Crow Must Go in Taylor County, GA Maceo Snipes/Butler, GA, Case Study, John Cole Vodicka and Rev. Ezekiel Holly, Saturday, 11/10/07. 

Keepers of Love Cemetery, Scottsville, Texas, case study, China Galland and Doris Vittatoe, Saturday, 11/10/07. 

Panel with Engaged Listeners, Moderator: Natasha Barnes, Tape 8, undated. 

Panel with Engaged Listeners, Moderator: Natasha Barnes, Tape 9, undated. 

Preserving Difficult History, Sam Hosing Lynching, 2:30PM, undated. 

Report Back from Work Groups, undated. 

The Rosewood Case, 4:30PM, undated. 

Taking a Step Back to Take a Step Forward, 3PM, undated. 

Ten Years with the Moore’s Ford Memorial Committee, 4PM, undated. 

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6: Mississippi Truth Project (MTP), January 31, 2009 

#1 MTP, “1 F,” Front, “First Tape (TR Commission),” 01/31/09. 

#2 MTP, “2 F,” Front, 01/31/09. 

#3 MTP, “3 Front,” 01/31/09. 

#4 – Sound, MTP, 01/31/09. 

MTP, “6 B,” 01/31/09. 

MTP Back Camera #1, 01/31/09. 

MTP, 2B, 01/31/09. 

MTP, 3B, 01/31/09. 

MTP, 4B, 01/31/09. 

MTP, 5B, 01/31/09. 

7: Philadelphia/Neshoba County/Killen 

2000 Humanitarian of the Year Tribute, Honoring Dr. Blair E. Batson, The Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi, undated. 

Alumni Hall of Fame Ceremony, Homecoming, 1995. 

Commemoration, Cheney/Goodman/Schwerner, Part 1, 06/20/04. 

Commemoration, Part 2, 06/20/04. 

Kettering Russia Presentation, 2nd Annual Meeting, (1st 10 mins bad audio, bad camera), Tape 1, 03/27/09. 

Kettering Russia Presentation, 2nd Annual Meeting, Tape 2, 03/27/09. 

Lafayette Football ???, undated. 

Lafayette Football ???, undated.   (This copy has a green tab in the cassette.)

Lavada – Philadelphia, 1994. 

Lavada, Philadelphia, MS 1984, A Documentary (on cassette); cassette case’s paper insert reads “Philadelphia – Mt. Zion, Faith & Politics, Part 2, Running Time: 1 hr 2 min,” 3/29/08. 

Lil Red, 09/27/03 (written on cassette) [Drew, MS]; Philly, After Party, 06/21/04 (written on case). 

Mars, Florence, Philly, Audio only, 04/06/04. 

Meeting Covers Neshoba County, 04/05/04. 

Miller, Pimp, Tallahatchie [County, MS] (TALLY), Tutwiler, 08/06/06. 

Mtg. w/ Atty Gen. Goodmans, 09/14/04. 

Mtg. w/ Atty Gen. Hood, Tape 1, 09/14/04. 

Neshoba Central teachers meetings, 01/24/05. 

Neshoba Co. locations, 03/22/04. 

Phil. Coal., Press Conference, undated. 

Philadelphia coverage, June 2005, trial & summit, undated. 

Philadelphia Elem., 5th graders, 01/24/05. 

Philadelphia, MS, Neshoba Co. Courthouse, Killen Sentencing, 06/23/05. 

Philadelphia stmt [sic], Pt. 2, mtg Faith & Pol., 03/29/08. 

Philly, Pt. 3, 03/29/08. 

Philly – Ella Baker Lesson, 4th & 6th grades, 01/24/05. 

Philly Pt. 1 Faith & Politics, 03/29/08. 

Reunion Shaker HTS OH, Jewel [McD.?] - Leslie Killens, undated. 

Rivers, DeAndre Oral Hy Training, undated. 

WWIRR 2nd Annual Mtg., Banquet, Rose Flenon (Pt 2), Tape 2 of 2, 03/27/09.   Note: item is not related to Philadelphia, MS, but remains in this series to maintain original order.

8: Closing of the Open Doors Year of Dialogue on Race, International Conference on Race October 2-4, 2003 

Defining Racism, Undoing Racism, Part II, 9:30 am, 10/03/03. 

Int’l Conf on Race, undated. 

Panel – Reconciliation and Community Coalitions, Part I, 10/03/03. 

Panel – Reconciliation and Community Relations, Part II, [10/03/03]. 

Panel: Reconciliation and Health Care, Part I, 9 am, 10/04/03. 

Panel: Reconciliation and Health Care, Part II, 10/04/03. 

Panel: UM Student Panel, 10/04/03. 

Teach-in Panel, 9:30AM, Part I, 10/02/03. 

Teach-in Panel, 9:30AM, Part II, 10/02/03. 

Box 45 

9: McComb Legacies / Education Summit (Civil Rights Education Summit #2) / Winter Institute, McComb Legacies, “Reclaiming Our Past for a Brighter Future,” June 20-22, 2006 

1906 Atlanta Race Riots, 06/22/06. 

Abraham, Jennifer, 06/21/06. 

[Bercaw], Nancy, Session 1 (Thurs.), 10:00A.M. Rm 121, undated. 

Brooks, Lecia, 06/21/06. 

Brooks, Lecia, [Sunken Pond Land], Session 3 (Wed), Rm 121, undated. 

Campbell, D. James, 06/23/06. 

Clark, Jennifer, Session 2 (Wed) 1:00 p.m., undated. 

Class of ’62 Graduation, 06/22/06. 

Dittmer, Dr. John, 06/23/06. 

Donovan, Maggie, Session 3 (Wed), 2:00 p.m, undated. 

Fowler, L. B., Session 3, 2:30 P.m. (Thurs.), Rm 123, undated. 

General Session, Brenda Travis, 06/22/06. 

Horton, Robert, 06/22/06. 

Larkin, Brianna, Workshop I, 10:30 AM (Wed), undated. 

McComb teacher presentations, Tape 1, 06/08/06. 

McComb teacher presentations, Tape 2, 06/08/06. 

McComb teacher presentations, Tape 3, 06/08/06. 

McComb teacher presentations, Tape 4, 06/08/06. 

McComb Teachers, Session 2, 1:30 pm (Thurs.), Rm 121, undated. 

McComb Teachers, Session 3 (Thurs), Rm 121, undated. 

[McComb teachers], Tape 1 – McComb, 04/06/06. 

McComb teachers, Tape 2, 04/06/06. 

McComb teachers, Tape 3, 04/07/06. 

McComb teachers, Tape 4, 04/07/06. 

McComb teachers, Tape 5, 04/07/06. 

McComb teachers, Tape 6, 04/07/06. 

Norman, Georgette, 10:00 AM (Thurs.), Session 1, undated. 

Session 2 (Wed) Room 121, undated. 

Smith, Gayle, Session 4 (Thurs.), Rm. 123, undated. 

Stollman, Jennifer, 06/22/06. 

Thomas, Alex, 06/22/06. 

Watkins, Hollis, 06/22/06. 

Welcome, Opening Panel, 06/21/06. 

Woodruff, Dr. Nan, 06/23/06. 

Box 46 

10: Color Line Project (CLP) 

Allen, Emma Lou, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

Concorde: Dugger, Ada, 06/30/04. 

Concorde: Franklin, Christine, 06/30/04. 

Concorde: Irby, Emmett “Rabb,” 06/30/04. 

Concorde: Johnson, Allie V., 06/30/04. 

Concorde: Morris, Leona, 06/30/04. 

Concorde: Morris, Mentha, 06/30/04. 

Concorde MB Church: Batesville, 06/16/04. 

Concorde MB Church: Hentz, Wilkie, undated. 

Concorde MB Church: Johnson, Myra, 07/14/04. 

Concorde MB Church: Powell, Walterene C., 07/14/04. 

Criss, Sara, CLP Greenwood, Audio Only, 06/24/04. 

Greenwood Tape 1, undated. 

Greenwood Tape 3, undated. 

Group Oral HY#1, 11/10/01. 

Hattiesburg, 4/30/[????]. 

Jackson, undated. 

Jackson Tape 3, 11/06/03. 

Jones, Wilma, undated. 

McCain, Earnestine, undated. 

McComb Tour, undated. 

Milan, Mr., undated. 

Mississippi Tape 1, 11/06/03. 

(Colorline) Oxford, 07/21/03. 

Oxford, 07/21/03. 

Rome Center, undated. 

Smith, Sandra, 07/24/06. 

Stamps, Mr. and Mrs., 07/14/04. 

Tougaloo Room #1, 11/10/01. 

Tougaloo Room #2, 11/10/01. 

Tunica, 05/13/04. 

Tunica Tape 2, 03/27/04. 

11: Uncategorized Mini DVs 

Batson , Dr. Blair, Jackson, MS, 03/24/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Batson, John, Jackson MS, 03/24/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Bell, Professor Debbie comments on Dean Morse, 03/29/08.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Bell, Debbie on Dean Morse, 03/29/08.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Bogen, Josh, Re: Josh Morse & law school (bad color), 03/02/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Bradley, John Robin, oral history on Josh Morse & integration of law school, 03/23/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Brittain, John on Dean Morse & NMRLS, Tape 1 of 2, 03/29/08.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Brittain, John on Dean Morse, Tape 2 of 2, 03/29/08.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

CLP Jackson, Tape 2, 11/06/03. 

Collier, Rev. Clinton, Philly, 03/30/04. (2 copies)   Note: Neshoba County oral history project (Philadelphia, MS).

Cox, Nettie Ann, Philly, 04/05/04.   Note: Neshoba County oral history project (Philadelphia, MS).

Davis, Dean Sam, law school oral history, re: Dean Josh Morse, 03/20/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Deweese, Fent, Philly, 04/05/04.   Note: Neshoba County oral history project (Philadelphia, MS).

Hailman, John, 03/27/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Kotz, David, Neshoba, 06/20/04. 

Lee, Rev. Clay F., Philly, Oral History – Civil Rights, 12/07/01.   Note: Neshoba County oral history project (Philadelphia, MS).

Love, Dr. Kimble, 03/25/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Martin, Joe, McComb, 09/24/04.   Note: McComb oral history project.

McDonald, Jewel, Philly, 06/23/02.   Note: Neshoba County oral history project (Philadelphia, MS).

McGee, Joyce, McComb, 07/27/04.   Note: McComb oral history project.

Mitchell, Johnnie Wilcher, McComb, 06/22/06.   Note: McComb oral history project.

Shirley, Dr. Aaron, Tape 1, 03/23/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Shirley, Dr. Aaron, Tape 2, 03/23/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

AMOS Network Community Audit Presentation, 2nd Baptist Church, Oxford, MS, 02/03/05. 

Campbell / Lawson #2, undated. 

Chancellor Khayat, 06/28/05 & Michael Green, 07/29/[????]. 

Clarksdale, 03/15/04. 

Community Dinner in the Circle, 5pm, Open Doors, 10/01/03. 

Drew, Lil Red, Rome, (Rev. Gresham), 05/03/05. 

Drew/Rome, Pastor Braggs, 09/17/04. 

Gulf Coast Army Corps Mtg Post Katrina, undated. 

Gulf Coast, Derrick @ TCCI office, 05/01/06. 

Gulf Coast, Hwy 90 tour & Army Corps mtg., 05/01/06. 

HSHS Dave Molina, undated. 

Kirk’s experiments, undated. 

McComb Comm., Tape 1, 01/17/05.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

McComb Comm., 01/17/05, Tape 2; end of mtg., 01/18/05.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

McComb Covers, signs, Therese, Jackie, undated.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

McComb School Meeting, 01/18/05.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

McComb Tape 1, 03/17/04.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

Box 47 

11: Uncategorized Mini DVs 

McComb, Tape 2, 03/17/04.   Note: McComb commemoration projects.

Medgar Evers Memorial Pt. 1, 06/10/03.   Note: Newton County, MS.

Medgar Evers Memorial Part 1, 06/10/03.   Note: Newton County, MS.

Medgar Evers Memorial Part 2, 06/10/03.   Note: Newton County, MS.

[MTP] Miss Truth Proj., #1, 04/26/08. 

MTP, [Miss Truth Proj.] Meeting Jax, #2, 04/26/08. 

MS Coalition mtg., 02/14/07. 

Newton, Evers Comm. Planning mtg., 04/11/03.   Note: Newton County, Medgar Evers memorial planning.

One Miss Retreat, Lake Tiak O’Khata, 02/08/[????]. 

Omazing [sic] Race 09/14/07; Will Campbell/Jim Lawson Pt. 1, 09/20/07. 

Race, Politics & the Media, Tape 1 of 2, Fall 2006. 

Race, Politics & the Media, Tape 2 of 2, Fall 2006. 

Quinn, Rev. Cleveland, McComb, 09/24/04.   Note: McComb oral history project.

Rome, MS, 11/02/02. 

Rome, 02/28/06. 

Temp Voice Over, Freedom Rider, undated. 

Voice Over, Nesh & FR, undated. 

WWIRR 2nd annual mtg., Tape 1 of 2, banquet, 03/27/09. 

WWIRR annual mtg. Pt. 1, intern panel pt. 1, 03/31/08. 

WWIRR annual mtg. Pt. 2, intern panel pt. 2, Gov Wtr #1, 03/31/08. 

WWIRR annual mtg. Pt. 3, 03/31/08. 

Vick , Pastor, McComb 09/24/04. 

Weems , Bob, 03/27/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Wiener, Jay, Dean Josh Morse Event, 03/29/08.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Winter, William on Morse, Batson, and [Sur. Comm.], 10/23/06.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Morse, Dean Joshua Tallahassee, FL, Tape #1, 09/29/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Morse, Dean Joshua, Tallahassee, FL, Tape #2, 09/29/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Morse, Dean Joshua, Tallahassee, FL, Tape #3, 09/29/07.   Note: Item was part of the “Opening Doors” oral history project on the desegregation of the UM School of Medicine and School of Law (aka “The Batson/Morse Project” with Dr. Blair Batson and Dean Josh Morse).

Nichols, Ajatha, Philly, 06/04/[????]. 

6 unlabeled tapes. 

Box 48   Contains a wooden tray of Mini DV tapes.

11: Uncategorized Mini DVs 

Helen Tention, Philly, 06/19/04. 

Izeal Bennett, McComb, 07/27/04. 

Thelma Moore Wells, Philly, undated. 

Sally Beam, Neshoba Grand Jury, 10/04/06. 

Eva Tisdale, Philly, 04/05/04. 

Dr. William Mayer, McComb, [08 or 09]/24/04. 

John S. Thompson, McComb, 09/24/04. 

Chuck McDew, “re: McComb,” 10/06/04. 

James Lawson, International Conference on Race, Part I, 10/03/03. 

Betty Pearson, Pt.2, to 07:33:19, 10/06/06.   Note: Tallahatchie County, Emmett Till Memorial Commission.

Shirley Martin Bates, McComb, 09/24/04. 

Joe Martin, McComb, undated. 

Emily Rembert, McComb, 07/27/04. 

Charles Dunagin, McComb, 01/17/05. 

Thomas Harris, McComb, 07/27/04. 

Lillie Corstarphen, McComb, 07/27/04. 

Queene Campbell Monley, McComb, 06/21/06. 

Lee Otis Eubanks, “McComb?,” 06/21/06. 

Georgia Nobles, “McComb?,” 06/23/06. 

Carolyn Matthews, Philly, 06/22/06. 

John Hope Franklin, Winter Summit, 06/27/07. 

James Marsalis, McComb, 09/24/04. 

Rebecca Larche Moreton, McComb, 02/10/03. 

Gov Winter, undated. 

Patsy Ruth Butler, McComb, 08/24/04. 

James Young, Philly, 04/06/04. 

Jerome Little, Sumner, 1 of 2, 08/10/06. 

Jerome Little, Sumner, 2 of 2, 08/10/06. 

C. C. Bryant, McComb, “6:00 pm Circle,” , 03/17/04 .    “22 sound?” [written on a yellow circle sticker]

Judge Spencer Nash, McComb, 08/24/04. 

Jessie Divens Nichols, McComb, 07/27/04. 

Emmett Till Ceremony, Pt. 2, 10/02/07. 

James Brooks, “McComb?,” 06/22/06. 

M Evers WMS – Open Doors Night Ceremony, 10/11/02. 

John Hope Franklin, The President’s Initiative on Race, 03/17/98. 

Rita Bender, Pt. 2, 10/25/05. 

James Lawson, International Conference on Race, Part 2, 10/03/03. 

Dorothy Scott Chesser, “McComb?,” 6/21/06. 

Rita Bender, Pt. 2, 10/25/05. 

Bobby Talbert, McComb, 09/24/04. 

Stanley Dearman, Philly, 06/19/04; 06/21/04. 

Stanley Hauerwas, Will Campbell Lecture, 11/27/06. 

Johnnie Hale, Tutwiler MS / Sumner MS, “TALLY,” 08/10/06. 

Mr. Willis, Sumner, undated. 

Betty Pearson, Sumner, MS, Tape 1, 10/06/06. 

Janie Magee Campbell, “McComb?,” 06/21/06. 

Emmett Till Ceremony, Part 1, Sumner, MS, 10/02/07. 

Head Cleaner Cleaning Cassette. 

Mayor Grayson, Sumner, 08/10/06. 

Woodrow Jackson, Tutwiler, TALLY, -embalmer of Emmett Till-, 08/10/06. 

F: Uncategorized Cassette Tapes 

Box 49 

Boone, John, 07/01/02.   Copy.

Bowie, Barry 11/20/02. 

Brown, Ed, 07/01/02.   Copy.

Building Leadership Through the Eight Habits of the Heart, undated. 

Campbell, Will, 05/17/03. 

Chambers, Julius, 08/06/02.   Copy.

Clifton Taulbert’s Eight Habits of the Heart Read Aloud, undated. 

Clifton Taulbert’s Eight Habits of the Heart Speech in Brussels, undated. 

Clifton L. Taubert’s Millennium Speech to Rotary’s District 611, undated. 

Cook, Dr. Samuel, 06/29/02.   Copy.

Curry, Connie, 07/01/02. 

Drakes, Ashley, CLP Concord MB Church, 06/16/04. 

Emmett Till, Plater R[obinson], undated.   Case contains Robinson’s business card with a note on the back.

Esser, George, Tape 1, 08/07/02. 

Esser, George, Tape 2, 08/07/02. 

Farmer, Ossie, 07/22/04. 

Fewkes, John, undated. 

Glass, Rev. Milton, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

Griffin, Sarah Joyce, 07/22/04. 

Griggs, Fire Chief Larry, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

Hoover, Sylvester, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

James, John A., CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

John F. Kennedy, Precidential [sic] Recordings, Civil Rights 1962.   Tape 1 of 4.

John F. Kennedy, Precidential [sic] Recordings, Civil Rights 1962.   Tape 2 of 4.

John F. Kennedy, Precidential [sic] Recordings, Civil Rights 1962.   Tape 3 of 4.

John F. Kennedy, Precidential [sic] Recordings, Civil Rights 1962.   Tape 4 of 4.

Box 50 

Johnson, Charles, 11/26/02.   Copy.

Jones, Al, 03/15/04. 

Jordan, Senator David, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

Johnson, Charles, 11/26/02.   Copy.

Johnson, Rev. Aaron, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

Katzenbach, 10/01/03. 

Knight, Willie, 07/22/04. 

Lawrence, Ashleigh, Concorde M. B., 06/16/04. 

Lumm, Emma, undated. 

McDew, 12/28/99. 

Murphy, William, CLP Concord MB Church, 06/16/04. 

Norwood, Calvin, undated. 

Olive, Thad, undated. 

[Prejean], Charles, 06/27/02. 

Prichard, Warren, 06/28/02. 

Public Forum, Tape 2, undated. 

Rome Kids – William Murphy Interview (Side A); Brianna, Elaineia, Gregory interviewing William Murphy (Side B), undated. 

Sing for Freedom: CRM in Song (cassette notecard includes list of songs), undated. 

Spicer, Alice, 07/22/04. 

Spirit Talk Mbira, 5 from NDONGA MAHWE – RETURN AS SPIRIT, undated. 

Steering Committee Coalition, 05/23/06. 

Suitts, Steve, 06/28/02.   Copy.

Tape 1, A+B, undated.   Cassette notecard details audio from Freedom Riders’ reunion.

Tape 2, A+B, undated.   Cassette notecard details audio from Freedom Riders’ reunion.

Tape 1 – Students 1-8, undated. 

Tape 2 – Students 8-15, undated. 

Tape 3 Student 15, undated. 

Tape One, PIR, undated. 

Ware, Dr. Bill, CLP Greenwood, 06/23/04. 

G: Miscellaneous A/V Materials 

Box 50 (cont'd) 

Jones Sisters, 04.18.04 (Mini DV)   Was originally wrapped in a piece of paper labeled "freedom rider film."

Unlabeled blue DVCAM.   Was originally wrapped in a piece of paper labeled "freedom rider film."

500 GB iVDR-EX Rugged Pocket Sized HDD for Professional Use. 

H: DVDs/CDs 

Box 51 

1: Philadelphia Summit / Civil Rights Conference / Civil Rights Education Summit, June 22-24, 2005 

Abraham, Jennifer, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Abraham, Jennifer & Tony Daspit, 06/23/05.   (8 copies)

AWARD, 06/23/05. 

Children’s March, Time: 54:53, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

Civil Rights – The Cases, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

Civil Rights Curriculum, Time 42:48, 06/23/05.   (2 copies)

Clemons, Leroy, 06/22/05. 

Dealing With Difference, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

Final Session: Discussion Group, Time: 1 hour, 06/24/05.   (4 copies)

Guyot, Lawrence, 06/23/05. 

Hollowell, Annette, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

Integrations Civil Rights Education, 06/22/05.   (3 copies)

Jones-Clark, Jennifer, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Keynote Address, Time 47:50, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

McDonald Interview, 06/22/2005. 

Mink, Andy, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Old Ways NO More, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Opening Panel, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Panel Part 2, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Roundtable, 06/22/05.   (3 copies)

Roundtable, 4-5:30 pm, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

Strategres [sic] for Teaching Civil Rights, 06/22/05.   (5 copies)

Tracing Slavery, 06/24/05.   (4 copies)

Unearthing the Past, 06/24/05.   (4 copies)

Using Memoirs to Teach Civil Rights, 06/22/05.   (4 copies)

View, Jenice, 06/23/05.   (4 copies)

Box 52 

2: Southern Exposure: A Regional Summit on Racial Violence and Reconciliation, March 17-19, 2006 

Bradley-Black, Jamie, 03/19/06. 

Break Out Session #1, Building Community One Project at a Time, 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Break Out Session #2, “Reports from Grass Roots-Community Bases Memorial Effort” or Unstructured Time for Networking, 03/18/06.   (16 copies)

Break Out Session #2, The Role of Art and Artist in Remembrance and Reconciliation (Coalition for the 1906 Atlantic [sic] Riot), 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Keynote Address: Truth, Justice, and the American Way: Prospects for Reconciliation in the U.S., 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Opening Address: Restoring Honor, speaker: Rev. Theophus Smith, Emory University, 03/17/06.   (8 copies)

Plenary, Contours of a Regional Collaboration, speaker: Lawrence Guyot, former chair, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Plenary, “The Gathering” Retrails [sic] and Prosecutions as Reconciliatory Practices, 03/18/06.   (8 copies)

Box 53 

3: McComb Legacies / Education Summit (Civil Rights Education Summit #2) / Winter Institute, McComb Legacies, “Reclaiming Our Past for a Brighter Future,” June 20-22, 2006 

Abraham, Jennifer, 06/21/06.   (2 copies)

Atlanta Race Riots, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Bercaw, Nancy, Session 1 (Thurs), Room 121, undated.   (2 copies)

Brooks, James, 06/22/06. 

Brooks, Lecia, 06/21/06.   (2 copies)

Brooks, Lecia, Session 3 (Wed), Room 121, undated.   (2 copies)

Campbell, Dr. James, 06/23/06.   (2 copies)

Campbell Monley, Queene, 06/21/06. 

Clark, Jennifer, Session 2, 1 pm Wednesday, undated.   (2 copies)

Class of ’62 Graduation, 06/20/06. 

Dittmer, Dr. John, 06/23/06.   (2 copies)

Donaran, Maggie, Session 3, 2 pm Wednesday, undated. 

Dunagin, Charles, McComb, 01/17/05. 

Eubanks, Lee Otis, 06/21/06. 

Fowler, L. B., Session 3, Thursday Rm. 1230, [06/22/06].   (2 copies)

Harton, Robert, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Larkin, Brianna, Workshop 1, 10:30 am Wednesday, undated.   (2 copies)

Magee Campbell, Jamie, 06/21/06. 

Martin, Joe, 06/22/06. 

Matthews, Carolyn, 06/22/06. 

McComb Teachers, Session 2, 1:30pm Rm. 121, undated.   (5 copies)

McComb Teachers, Session 3, Rm 121, undated.   (5 copies)

Mitchel, Johnnie Wilcher, 06/22/06. 

Nobles, Georgia, 06/23/06.   (4 copies)

Norman, Georgette, Session 1, 10 am, undated.   (5 copies)

Scott Chesser, Dorothy, 06/21/06. 

Session 2 (Wed), Room 121, undated.   (2 copies)

Smith, Gayle, Session 4, Thursday. [06/22/06].   (2 copies)

Stollman, Jennifer, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Thomas, Alex, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Travis, Brenda, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Watkins, Hallis, 06/22/06.   (2 copies)

Welcome, Opening Panel – Dr. Hank Bounds, undated.   (2 copies)

Woodruff, Dr. Nan, 06/23/06.   (2 copies)

Box 54 

4: Uncategorized DVDs and CDs 

Post Obama Candle Light Vigil, [2012].   Includes handwritten contact information. Was originally encased in paper marked: 2012, “riot” on campus.

Facing History and Ourselves, undated.    Interactive card-disc. (2 copies)

De’Vante Visits Ruleville, Central High School Photos, Ruleville, MS, 09/23/10.   (CD)

Rivers of Change, More Than a Bus Ride, 601.594.6792, Not For Sale, undated.   (CD)

Canrad Conference: The Continuities of the effects of racism, social and economic fragmentation on the working class and poor communities of the Nelson Mandela Metro, 23 & 24 March, [YYYY].   DVD case insert included. Original case was badly damaged; 6 discs in replacement jewel cases.

Double Nickels Celebration, CHS ’72, 2009.   DVD case containing 2 discs and a note to Susan [Glisson] from Wendell [Weakley].

William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation 12:33, undated. 

Transformation through Reconciliation: “Ole Miss and the People of the World: A Symposium on Reconciliation” 04/07/2010.   (DVD) (2 copies)

TV Ad, undated.   (DVD)

Susan Glisson International Conference PowerPoint, undated.   (CD)

America Speaks, undated.   (DVD)

The Project on Lived Theology: An Experiment in Theological Community, A Film by Surface Below Media, 2016.   (DVD) (2 unopened copies)

Postcards from Paris: A Presentation of the Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, undated.   (unopened CD)

Envisioning Louisiana: A Presentation of The Historic New Orleans Collection and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, undated.   (unopened CD)

Turkey Creek, 14 min. sample, 02/25/06.   (DVD)

Turkey Creek, undated.   (CD)

Moore Community House, Biloxi, MS, “Rebuilding After Katrina,” undated.   (DVD)

William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation Kick-Off Year of Dialogue on Race: South Steps New MS State Capitol, #1 of 1, Dub, 06/21/07.   (CD)

All the Saints, composed and conducted by Irvin Mayfield, Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans, Louisiana, 11/17/05.   (DVD)

Issues Facing the Mississippi Delta (18 Counties): a DVD Presentation by [unreadable], undated.   (DVD)

Marking the Ground: a work in progress, written and directed by China Galland, Take 5, 04/03/03.   (DVD)

Love Cemetery; Unburying the Secret History of Slaves; From a new book by China Galland. Harper San Francisco, Total running time: 7 minutes, 2007.   (DVD)

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Oversize Materials 

Box 55 

Banners, undated.   Canvas banners for the Winter Institute (3 items).

Box 56 

Internal Group Activity Posters, undated.   Group activity posters with Post-It notes containing comments from participants in various Winter Institute events.

Box 57 

A Proclamation from President Barack Obama, 2015.   “National Youth Justice Awareness Month, 2015, By the President of the United State of America, A Proclamation,” signed by Barack Obama (2 pp.).

Event Posters/Broadsides, undated.   Posters/broadsides for events hosted by the Winter Institute; informational broadsides on topics related to human rights, racial equality, and understanding various communities.

Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Progress Drawings, 2012.   Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Design Development Phase, Fourth Workshop Progress Drawings (2 spiral-bound books).

Photograph prints, 1950-2004.   Images of buildings and people in the South; images of the Open Doors ceremony.

Covering the South Symposium Poster, 1987.   Poster, featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for “Covering the South: A National Symposium on the Media and the Civil Rights Movement, April 3-5, 1987” at The University of Mississippi.

Box 58 

Hats, undated.   Khaki baseball caps with Winter Institute designs (2 items).

T-shirt, white, undated.   White t-shirt with flag and “Vote April 17.”

T-shirt, green, 2012.   Green t-shirt with “SYI Summer Youth Institute 2012 University of Mississippi.” Note: Student materials.

T-shirt, navy blue, 2013.   Navy blue t-shirt with “Summer Youth Institute William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation 2013.” Note: Student materials.

T-shirt, baby blue, 2011.   Baby blue t-shirt with “Summer Youth Institute June 10-18, 2011 The University of Mississippi.” Note: Student materials.

Medallion, 2013.   Golden medallion with the silhouette of Medgar Evers and the words “Medgar Evers, Live His Legacy June 12, 2013,” on blue lanyard.

Buttons, undated.   4 buttons: “Chucky Mullins 38”; “Ask Me About 1963, Beyond ‘I Have a Dream’ Winter Institute” (2 items); “Finding the Common; Exploring the Differences.”

Tote Bag, undated.   Black tote bag with the words “Our Children. Our Mission. Our Future. W. K. Kellogg Foundation.”

Freedom Summer Murders, 1989; undated.   Photocopy of “The Films of the Civil Rights, June 16-24, 1989”; photocopy of “Day of Accusation in Mississippi.” Both documents detail the events of the Freedom Summer Murders and subsequent trial.

Broadsides, 2013; undated.   Broadsides with slogans for the Winter Institute Civility campaign; advertisement for the “Ole Miss African Drum and Dance Ensemble” for November 12, 2013.

Box 59 

Protest Posters in Support of Dan Jones, [2015]   Posters used in the March 2015 protest of the state Institutions of Higher Learning decision not to renew Dan Jones’s position as chancellor of the University of Mississippi: poster board, Styrofoam.

Box 60 

Protest Posters Against the Mississippi State Flag, [2020].   Posters used in the demand for a new Mississippi state flag: poster board. Include hashtag slogans and Black Lives Matter slogans.

Faulkner and Religion Conference Poster, 1989.   Poster for The University of Mississippi Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha Conference, Oxford, Mississippi, July 30-August 4, 1989.

Art and Informational Posters/Broadsides, Map, undated.   Artistic representation of South Africa; reproduction of a painting of kalo, a staple food of the Hawaiian diet; “All Are Welcome Here” broadsides from Square Books, Oxford, MS; “America Is Ready for the Freedom to Marry” broadside; posters for the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; map of Mississippi.

Tube labeled “Murder Posters,” 10/05/2015.   Cardboard tube containing a poster with pictures of nearly 1,000 victims of murder in New Orleans since the year 2000.

Campbell Plaza Dedication Plaque, 09/11/2015.   Plastic plaque labeled “Campbell Plaza,” dedicated September 11, 2015 in honor of Reverend Will D. Campbell.

Loose Oversize Materials 

Oversized Notepad with Notes on Elwood Higginbotham Lynching Memorial, undated. [2017/2018].   Notepad with one sheet of notes containing questions and goals for the creation of a memorial for the 1935 lynching of Elwood Higginbotham in Oxford, Mississippi.

One Mississippi Informational Poster, undated.   Tri-fold poster with information about the student group, One Mississippi. Note: Student materials.

UM Pride Network Informational Poster, undated.   Tri-fold poster with information about the “undergraduate LGBT organization” UM Pride Network. Note: Student materials.

Translives Matter Sign, undated.   Cardboard sign with white, pink, and blue papers and the names of murdered transgender individuals. Note: Student materials.

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Black Box, Linen Tape 

International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies Award, 08/07/2012.   Glass award presented to Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation, University of Mississippi, “For outstanding work in civil and human rights and fostering greater understanding among the human family both home and around the world.” Presented in New Orleans, Louisiana, August 7, 2012, by Shawn Martel Moore, Esq., President, IAOHRA. Encased in a black box.