1. Who is Correl Hoyle?


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    • Icons of the Civil Rights Movement Documentary - Trailer VOD


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      • Live Toss & Pkg: Statue of Civil Rights Icon Desecrated at Ole Miss


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        Just days after James Meredith visits a local community college and speaks on his experience as the first Black student at Ole Miss, his statue at his alma mater is desecrated. Live from wall. Winter 2014

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        • Author Henry T. Gallagher Speaks at the April 2013 AUSA ILW Lemnitzer Lecture


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          Henry T. Gallagher, author of 'James Meredith and the Ole Miss Riot: A Soldier's Story', speaks about his new book at the April 2013 AUSA ILW Lemnitzer Lecture.

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          • James Meredith and the Ole Miss Riot: A Soldier's Story at the Winter Archives


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            Henry T. Gallagher, a twenty-three-year-old second lieutenant in the United States Army's military police, relieved United States marshals under attack during the Ole Miss Riot and then became the officer charged with keeping James Meredith alive on the University of Mississippi campus in 1962. Fifty years later, Gallagher returns to Mississippi with his new book, James Meredith and the Ole Miss Riot: A Soldier's Story, and speaks frankly about the experience at History is Lunch at the William Winter Archives Building. History is Lunch is a program sponsored by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Learn more about the book at http://www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1508

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            • REBELS: James Meredith & the Integration of Ole Miss - Teaser Trailer


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              On October 1st 1962, James Meredith became the first black student enrolled at the University of Mississippi. His journey to Ole Miss began with the state of Mississippi's denial and open defiance to the federal court's mandate of his admission and ended on the night of September 30th as thousands of armed protestors rioted against U.S. Marshals, Mississippi National Guard, and U.S. troops sent by President Kennedy. "Rebels: James Meredith & the Integration of Ole Miss" tells the incredible true story of one man's mission for equality and a state that would do everything in its power to stop him. Premiering on Mississippi Public Broadcasting September 27th at 9pm & September 30th at 5:30pm Public Screening at The Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts September 30th at 8pm - The 50th Anniversary To learn more visit www.1962rebels.com Media and Documentary Projects at the University of Mississippi Presents Rebels: James Meredith & the Integration of Ole Miss Directed by Matthew Graves Executive Produced by Andy Harper Produced by Andy Harper Matthew Graves Shot and Edited by Matthew Graves www.olemissmedia.com

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              • Civil Rights Leaders


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                This is a brief video lecture on various Civil Rights leaders.

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                • Indiegogo Mississippi Messiah


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                  Our fundraising video for our film, Mississippi Messiah. We followed James Meredith, the 'founding father of modern Mississippi,' on a 200 mile walk across Mississippi as he worked to change the world.

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                  • Mississippi Messiah 1 min teaser


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                    • Neshoba County - Interview with Stanley Dearman 26


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                      Stanley Dearman talks about the attention around the suit to allow James Meredith into the University of Mississippi. He describes how it took federal marshals to enroll Meredith and the riots that ensued. Dearman testifies that there were cars on fire and turned over and tear gas. He tells of his encounter with a group of people from South Carolina who tried to recruit him in their fight against the university’s integration. 06/19/04.

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