Press / Miscellaneous
Class files for "Radical Courage: Black Legislators in Mississippi's Reconstruction Legislature," a course I taught for the Mississippi Governor's School program in June 2022
Virtual Cemetery on Find A Grave – pay virtual visits to the known gravesites of Mississippi’s first Black legislators. Am I missing one? Please let me know.
Library of Congress authority records – ongoing project with my colleague, Lauren Geiger
Links to Wikidata pages for each legislator
- Video: Presentation at Mississippi Department of Archives and History's "History is Lunch" program, held at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum (Sep 9, 2020)
- Video: "Cultural Conversations" program for MSU Libraries (Oct 5, 2020)
- Article: "MSU Libraries Documents African American Legislators in Mississippi with Online 'Against All Odds' Exhibit" (Dec 8, 2020)
- Video: Against All Odds: Telling the Stories of the First Black Legislators in Mississippi - conversation Albright descendant Karen Burch, Handy descendant Bianca Ford, and me for the Society of Mississippi Archivists' Virtual Table Talks program (May 21, 2021)
- Article: Against All Odds in Reviews in Digital Humanities - reviewed by Dr. Kimber Thomas of UNC Chapel Hill (June 2021)
- Video: The Recovery of Nineteenth-Century Black Histories - Association for Documentary Editors conference panel in which I participated (July 27, 2021)
- Article: The First Black Legislators in Mississippi - written by me for Mississippi History Now, which provides history articles for K-12 students accompanied by lesson plans created by teachers (Aug 2022)
- Video: Introducing High School Students to Mississippi's First Black Legislators - presentation for the Society of Mississippi Archivists' Virtual Table Talks program (Oct 28, 2022)
- Article: Against All Odds in Library Exhibitions Review - reviewed by Jacob Lackner of Emory University (Mar 2023)
Against All Odds is proudly listed on Digital Black History and the NCPH Digital Projects Directory.