Thursday February 23, 2023 7 pm I will be giving a formal speech at Lewis Clark State College. This event is free to the public so I encourage to bring your friends for an evening of inspiration, information and education.https://www.lcsc.edu/news/2023/02/01/lc-state-sets-black-history-experience-events-for-february
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Born Under Jim Crow The Eddie Brooks Tapes Stage Reading!
Thank you to the city of Pullman Washington & Moscow Idaho for coming out and showing your support this weekend! It was a beautiful learning experience for everyone involved.To bring Born Under Jim Crow: The Eddie Brooks Tapes Stage Reading to your venue send me a message & we will arrange a performance in your …
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Terry Buffington Productions Presents: The Ella Baker Film Premier & Dinner Photos
Thank you to the people of Pullman Washington and the surrounding area for showing your support and turning out for my first ever community event in the PNW! I was a major success and I want to thank the Gladish and Washington State University Murrow School of Communication for their outstanding support!
Listen To The Eddie Brooks Tapes Here
Cultural Anthropologist Terry Buffington interviewed Mr. Brooks on November 18, 2010 in Tupelo Mississippi about his involvement in the civil rights movement of the 1960’s as a teenager.In 1964 Eddie Brooks was a young black male, age 17 who was born in the Mississippi Delta town of Marks and grew up on the southside of …
Zoom Webinar – Moscow Human Rights Comission
Please join us on September 16, 2021 at 7 PM PDT for “A conversation with Professor Buffington, MA Cultural Anthropologist Folklorist.” Professor Buffington will present a short history of voters’ rights in Mississippi, the 1964 Freedom Summer Campaign, and the participation of Jewish college students in Mississippi Civil Rights movement. Professor Buffington will then cover …
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Born under Jim Crow, the West Point, Clay County Mississippi Oral History Narratives
Professor Buffington recently contracted with the University of North Carolina Press to publish: Born under Jim Crow, the West Point, Clay County Mississippi Oral History Narratives. This collection encompasses autobiographical narratives and oral recordings of the lived experiences of Mississippi’s Black male high school students enrolled in the “Negro” segregated public-school systems in the 1960s of …
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