Jun 25, 2015

Removing Confederate Symbols Is a Step, but Changing a Campus Culture Can Take Years - Administration - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The University of Mississippi is striving to shift from its Confederate past. Many colleges want to do the same, but the task can be difficult.

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