The University of Mississippi is changing its Confederate and other racially offensive symbols more slowly than other colleges and universities. “The moves put the University of Mississippi, as the college is formally known, near the forefront of a movement called contextualization. ‘Our whole framework is predicated on the principle that it’s better to educate and contextualize rather than remove or move or erase,’ said the school’s chancellor, Dr. Jeffrey Vitter.” Read the entire article by clicking here.
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