Events

Researching Land Genealogy Workshop

Interested in learning how to research land records but could use some guidance or a refresher? Join us for the Researching Land Genealogy Workshop presented by MDAH reference librarian De’Niecechsi Layton at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 17. Whether you are just beginning your research journey or are well into it, this workshop will guide you on how to examine and interpret different types of land records and where they can be located.

MLK Night of Culture: Black Empowerment

Join the Two Mississippi Museums at 6 p.m. Monday, January 16, for an evening of art, music, and poetry by local artists inspired by this year's theme—Black Empowerment. Inspired by the unity and determination of Black Mississippians demanding their civil rights in the 1960s, the evening will feature performances exploring how Black Mississippians overcame their fear of White violence and publicly demanded their rights as American citizens through boycotts, marches, and protests organized across the state. 

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