Ole Miss athletics is more than just sports. It’s more than days at the Grove or packing into Vaught-Hemingway on a blazing summer afternoon to watch...

From left, Allen Coon, Makala McNeil and Gregory Wilson, members of the University of Mississippi’s NAACP chapter, draft a list of demands for the...

After Gov. Phil Bryant declared April Confederate Heritage Month in Mississippi, UM NAACP members planned to take their own approach in observing the state’s...

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Recently, new University Chancellor Jeffrey Vitter made a tremendous step forward in attempting to contextualize the University Greys Monument. I applaud his move and I agree with what the plaque is currently slated to read. However, there are other people on this campus, namely the NAACP, who believe that this language is not “enough.” Though I may disagree with some...

Shock and confusion surged through UM NAACP President Buka Okoye when he read a mass email on March 11. The message, an announcement from Chancellor Jeffery...

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Chief among the priorities that national and local NAACP leaders listed Tuesday for the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint is the repeal of Michigan’s emergency manager law. The “15-point priority plan,” which the NAACP drew up with Flint residents, was the focus of a community meeting and also was expected to be discussed at a meeting...

A Friday evening panel featuring Myrlie Evers-Williams discussed the status of civil rights in both Mississippi and the United States and celebrated the...