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February 22, 2012

Marian Wright Edelman opened her keynote speech of Black History Month at the University of Mississippi with a quote from Nelson Mandela.
“There is no keener revelation of a societies soul than the way in which it treats its children,” said Mandevla, the former president of South Africa.

 

Editor's note: A previous version of this article had incorrect information regarding the Black Law Student Association. Third-year law student Abe McGlothin Jr. is the president of the association. 

 

Marian Wright Edelman opened her keynote speech of Black History Month at the University of Mississippi with a quote from Nelson Mandela.

February 22, 2012

Marian Wright Edelman opened her keynote speech of Black History Month at the University of Mississippi with a quote from Nelson Mandela.
“There is no keener revelation of a societies soul than the way in which it treats its children,” said Mandevla, the former president of South Africa.

 

Editor's note: A previous version of this article had incorrect information regarding the Black Law Student Association. Third-year law student Abe McGlothin Jr. is the president of the association. 

 

Marian Wright Edelman opened her keynote speech of Black History Month at the University of Mississippi with a quote from Nelson Mandela.

February 16, 2012

A civil rights activist who was once an advocate against Mississippi’s poverty and racial discrimination is returning to the state to discuss her journey of defending Americans, especially children. 

A civil rights activist who was once an advocate against Mississippi’s poverty and racial discrimination is returning to the state to discuss her journey of defending Americans, especially children.  

February 16, 2012

A civil rights activist who was once an advocate against Mississippi’s poverty and racial discrimination is returning to the state to discuss her journey of defending Americans, especially children. 

A civil rights activist who was once an advocate against Mississippi’s poverty and racial discrimination is returning to the state to discuss her journey of defending Americans, especially children.