Photos of James Meredith's first day of classes at the University of Mississippi. The images are now a part of the Ed Meek Collection at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media at the University of Mississippi. " [...] And then it's just Meredith, sitting among empty desks littered with books and bags left by students in a rush to flee a room he's in — because he's in it."
(FC: Lily James) Elizabeth Bennett, 23, daughter of the wealthy Mr Bennett. Lizzie was away when the infection first spread and her family walled themselves inside there Hertfordshire estate before she could return. She hasn't seen them in months and often worries they're dead. Stubborn, quick witted and sure of herself she's never been one to let people pity her and she's especially not one to sit back and let others save her.
26-year-old Associated Press photographer Jack Thornell famously captured this Pulitzer Prize-winning image of James Meredith, the first African American to attend the University of Mississippi, after he was wounded by a sniper while leading a march to encourage African Americans to vote. When the attack happened, Thornell was sitting in his car; he took two rolls of pictures of Meredith, but never put down his camera to offer his wounded subject help.
President John F. Kennedy in a nationwide television and radio address from Washington on Sept. 30, 1962, said orders of the federal courts are being carried out in the enrollment of James Meredith, African American, at the University of Mississippi. The Chief Executive appealed to ‘Old Miss’ students to preserve the peace, saying “the eyes of the world are on you” and “your honor and the honor of the university are at stake.” (AP Photo/Henry Burroughs)
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