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The Justice Department says a former University of Mississippi student has been indicted on federal charges connected to a noose being put on a statue of the student who integrated the school.
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Former student Graeme Phillip Harris is charged with using a threat of force to intimidate African-American students.
The FBI on Tuesday was helping investigate who tied a noose around the neck of a University of Mississippi statue of James Meredith, who, in 1962, became the first black student to enroll in the then all-white southern college.
Milwaukee, Chicago and New York City are among the most segregated cities in America.
Black athletes, especially in Southern states, played for historically Black colleges and universities before segregation was ruled illegal in 1954. BET.com takes a look at the history of how integration has impacted HBCU sports.
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Trayvon Martin’s family lawyer, Benjamin Crump, responds to Kobe Bryant; University of Alabama students vote against integration of Greek organizations; plus more national news.
The history of James Meredith, the first Black student at the University of Mississippi 50 years ago, is remembered by students at the school.
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