On April 14, 1906, racial tensions reached a tipping point in the Queen City of the Ozarks. Mob rule and violence ensued, and the lynching that occurred in Park Central Square on the eve of Easter Sunday became a permanent mark on the history of the Ozarks. In the aftermath of the catastrophe, many African-Americans […]
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Three Missouri State faculty members have developed a living archive of testimonials and oral histories of the African American experience in the Ozarks: The Journey Continues.
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Six undergraduate students at Missouri State University recently received recognition for their commitment to the university’s public affairs mission. Each student was awarded a Pepsi-Cola Public Affairs Scholarship in the amount of $1,250. The students were selected based on their involvement in public affairs activities and voluntary service both on and off campus.
May in International Doula Month, and we’re looking at how the position eases fears of parenthood for at-risk expectant mothers.
Dr. William Meadows spoke at the Veteran’s Recognition dinner Nov. 9 at the Acoma Community Center for the Pueblo of Acoma Pueblo, one hour west of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Dr. Elizabeth Sobel, associate professor of anthropology at Missouri State University, received $5,000 from the U.S. Forest Service to continue a project in which MSU students help manage the Trail of Tears running through the Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri.
Report shows an improvement in several areas of civic engagement, but also a trend toward inequality in participation.
Preliminary indicators show that Missourians could do much better in voting.
Dr. Elizabeth Sobel, associate professor of anthropology at Missouri State University, received a grant of $5,100 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the “Archaeological Project Collaboration between Mark Twain National Forest and Missouri State University.”