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Ole Miss: Facing the Change

Grade Level Grades 6-12

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In this video, University of Mississippi students question whether traditions tied to the Confederacy belong on their campus after the revival of an old football chant divides the community. It illuminates the lasting effects of racial segregation and what students today can do to achieve social equity in a post-Civil Rights society.

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