|Provided by the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation
|Projects and Programs at the Jackson State University Margaret Walker Center
University of Mississippi’s All In. All Year. events through the Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement
WLBT’s Remembering Freedom Summer of 1964 and Its Impact on Mississippi
Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting (MCIR) stories on civil rights
Mississippi Historical Society Black History Resources
The Smith-Robertson Museum in Jackson showcases the art, artifacts, and photography, the work, lifestyle, and artistic contributions of African Americans, evoking a greater understanding of the African-American experience in the Deep South.
Wisconsin Historical Society Freedom Summer digital image collection
And, of course, the MS Civil Rights Museum Mississippi Civil Rights Museum
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As we dive into the festive spirit of December, I’d like to take a moment to reflect over the extraordinary year the Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy has had. This year has been nothing short of remarkable, marked by many changes and firsts. As I reflect on the transformative journey of 2023, it is impossible not to acknowledge the exceptional foresight of our founder, Sammy Moon.
Hope Village for Children is an amazing nonprofit organization located in Meridian, MS.
The Mississippi Council on Developmental Disabilities (MSCDD) currently has a grant opportunity available for nonprofit, for-profit, education, or government organizations. Approximately $200,000 total funds are available to fund three or more projects. A Request for Proposals for one-year grants starting July 1, 2024 is available at www.mscdd.org. Proposals are due by noon on March 8, 2024.