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https://py.pl/16xrJZ new children’s book Juneteenth: Freedom Day by Meredith Coleman McGee $6.74
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New colorful children’s book: Baby Bubba and Kay by Meredith Coleman McGee, 38 pages https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BQ9NB63C/ $12.98 full color pictures
Jackson Book Festival in the capital city (wlbt.com) News coverage for Jackson Book Festival 2023
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/odyssey-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1117805635 poems by Meredith Coleman McGee
Catherine Harris, left, 22nd author at Meredith Etc, Meredith Coleman McGee, Publisher, right
Meredith Coleman McGee, interviewee, Judy Alsobrook Meredith, interviewer, documentary producer, Bobby Anderson, camara rear right, Mark Leffler, editor, rear left. Who is James Meredith? Suzi Altman, Co-producer 12.07.2023, Brandon, MS
McGee, Meredith Coleman. (Nov. 10-16, 2022). The evolution of a Mississippi Writer. Jackson Advocate. 16A.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Every-Inch-Love-Will-Hardcover-9781737884309/413020818 Every Inch Love Will by Meredith Coleman McGee @ Walmart online
July 28-Aug 3, 2022. Why Redistricting Matters to Mississippians by Meredith Coleman McGee. Jackson Advocate, Editorial, 8A.
https://secureservercdn.net/184.108.40.206/55y.f2d.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/July-28-2022.pdf July 28, 2022. Why Redistricting Matters to Mississippians by Meredith Coleman McGee. Mississippi Link, Commentary, 15. file:///C:/Users/Meredith/Desktop/July-28-2022.pdf
Just finished first read of your MISSISSIPPI LINK article in July 28-August 3, 2022 issue. A well-done piece of work: pragmatic, historical and most informative. I’m clipping it! Thank you! Rosa King
THE BOOK GALLERY’S INAUGURAL MAY BOOK FEST JUST ONE WEEK AWAY
By JASMINE STEVERSON JSTEVERSON@DDTONLINE.COM
Sat, 05/14/22-10:30AM, 816 Reads
A festival unlike any other is coming to the City of Greenville where attendees will be able to feed not only their bellies, but their brains as well. From 1-5 p.m. Saturday, May 21, the Book Gallery, located at 647 South Theobald St., will host its first ever May Book Fest. Book Gallery owner Mary Hardy said the festival will feature some of the South’s finest writers and will take…
Short Bio: MEREDITH COLEMAN MCGEE, a poet, book publisher, book collector, lecturer, and a small business owner, is the author of six full-length and six children’s books which include: Baby Bubba and Kay, Juneteenth: Freedom Day, Every Inch Love Will, Midnight Moon, Odyssey, Nashida: Visits Mississippi’s Old Capitol Museum, James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him, Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol, Married to Sin, Casada al Pecado, My Picture Dictionary, and My First Book Series (a volume of six primer books).
McGee has written over 50 newspaper articles. She chairs Community Library Mississippi; she organizes Jackson Book Festival Poetry Contest and a speaking series. She is affiliated with the Sankofa Reading Group, the Learning Tree Book Club, the Book Toasters, and the Rural Development Leadership Network. McGee is a niece of civil rights icon James Howard Meredith; she founded Heirs United Investment Club and co-founded Heirsskymallcom Inc. shopheirs.com. McGee holds degrees from the University of West Florida, and Antioch University McGregor (Antioch University Midwest). She resides in Jackson, Mississippi.
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https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/my-picture-dictionary-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1132544787 My Picture Dictionary hardcover book
https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/james-meredith-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1111525732 James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him – 2nd edition 335 pages 2019
https://www.wapt.com/article/organizers-host-rally-thursday-against-violent-crime-in-the-capital-city/36358386 Meredith Coleman McGee, event organizer, Stand Up, Speak Up: Rally 4 Peace joins other to hold peace rallies – May 6, 2021, May 22, 2021, and June 12, 2021. Other rallies in Jackson, MS are scheduled for May 29 and June 19, 2021.
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https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2073163998331/the-learning-tree-grows-mississippi-readers The Learning Tree Grows Mississippi Readers — Mississippi news break
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https://www.amazon.com/Odyssey-Meredith-Coleman-McGee/dp/099932263X/ Odyssey 2nd Edition 2018 Hardback $21.00 eBook $2.99 paperback $11.99
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https://www.youtube.com/c/MeredithCMcGeeAUTHOR/ YOUTUBE Channel
Funeral Program of Willie (William) Earl McGee March 16, 1946 – Oct. 11, 2020
Virtual Reading of Starkishia: Estrella. Foreword read by Dr. Vicki Barlow; Introduction read by Meredith Coleman McGee; and Chapter One Texas Bound by Starkishia in her voice.
Nashida: Visits Mississippi’s Old Capitol Museum – 2019 https://www.amazon.com/dp/109764197X
Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol – 2017 softcover https://www.amazon.com/dp/1974651045/ $6.99
Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum – hardback http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nashida-meredith-coleman-mcgee/1124658312?ean=9781538001097 $13.99
https://www.amazon.com/Odyssey-Meredith-Coleman-McGee/dp/149122911X/ softcover 2013 1st edition $10.02
Married to Sin https://www.amazon.com/dp/1482576090/ softcover $7.99
James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him (biography 1st printing 2013) Publisher: Praeger – ABC-CLIO $48.00 http://www.abc-clio.com/ABC-CLIOCorporate/product.aspx?pc=A3560C
James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him e-mail the author @ email@example.com to request an autographed copy $44.00. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button
Purchase the rare limited print leather bound 1st edition – 1st printing of James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him (March 21, 2013)
Casada al Pecado
https://www.amazon.com/Casada-Pecado-Spanish-Darlene-Collier/dp/1492117994/ Spanish edition of Married to Sin $7.99
https://www.youtube.com/c/MeredithCMcGeeAUTHOR Youtube channel
Community Library Mississippi of Jackson, Mississippi fundraising books:
Articles & YouTube links:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/savingruralamerica/2011/11/18/sra-features-darlene-d-collier-meredith-c-mcgee Frank Taylor, Saving Rural American Blog Talk Radio
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPC5Pd6MArk Meredith C. McGee on the Lady Walker Show Youtube Video
http://www.floridatoday.com/story/news/local/john-a-torres/2015/09/28/torres-civil-rights-icon-keeps-walking-jamesmeredith/72974892/ Florida Today Featured Article
Sankofa Book Club reads “The Hate U Give.”
Ware, Alexis. Jacksonian Meredith McGee. (Jan 4-10, 2017) Jackson Free Press, 3. http://www.jacksonfreepress.com/news/2017/jan/04/meredith-mcgee/
McGee, M.C. Monroes Donuts and Bakery opens 5th Location in Jackson, (April 30 – May 6, 2015). Jackson Advocate, 1B. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive_15_may_2015/?pIds=14465Meredith Coleman McGee, Imani Khayyam, Jackson Free Press
Long Bio: Meredith Coleman McGee is the author of 12 books: Baby Bubba and Kay, a colorful story book; Juneteenth: Freedom Day, a children’s book; Every Inch Love Will, a memoir about her late husband William Earl McGee, Jr. and Midnight Moon, her first novel, set in Midnight, Humphreys County, Mississippi in the mid 1980’s (Meredith Etc 2012). My Picture Dictionary, (Meredith Etc. 2021; My First Book Series, (Meredith Etc. 2018; Nashida: Visits the Mississippi State Capitol, a children’s book, Meredith Etc 2017); Nashida: Visits the Smith Robertson Museum, (Meredith Etc 2016); Odyssey (Meredith Etc 2013, 2nd Edition 2018), a collection of her poems and other writings, James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him (Praeger Publishing 03/21/13), a biography of her uncle, Civil Rights icon, James H. Meredith, and the co-author of Married to Sin (Mose Dantzler Press 2013) and Casada al Pecado Spanish edition (Mose Dantzler 2014), a memoir about Darlene D. Collier. Her poetry is published in several anthologies: Virtues from the heart and Timeless Voices.
McGee was born in Los Angeles, California, and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. She is a professional writer for Typing Solutions Résumés & Etc www.typingsolutions.biz, and a contributing writer for the Jackson Advocate http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com.
McGee is the publisher/acquisition editor of Meredith Etc, a small press www.meredithetc.com, and the blog administrator of www.shopheirs.com. She was previously the acquisition editor at Mose Dantzler Press www.mosedpress.com, a community organizer for Southern Echo, a business developer for the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives, the assistant director of development at Voice of Calvary Ministries, a paralegal, and a convenience store owner. She founded Heirs United Investment Club, and is the financial partner.
McGee was formerly a member of the Clinton Ink-Slingers, and the Mississippi Writer’s Guild (Madison Chapter); she has been a rural fellow with the Rural Development Leadership Network since 1998. She is a founding board member of the Coalition for a Prosperous Mississippi.
She holds a bachelors degree in Legal Administration from the University of West Florida, and a masters degree in Rural Community Development and Public Policy from Antioch University McGregor – known now as Antioch University Midwest.
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McGee, Meredith C. The Adagbonyin family: As American as apple pie, Jackson Advocate, July 9-15, 2015, 4B.
McGee, Meredith C. Gaynor Ranch, Indian and Western ranching, Jackson Advocate, July 9-15, 2015, 2C.
McGee, Meredith C. Islamic leader Emad Al-Turk and family, Jackson Advocate, July 9-15, 2015, 8C.
McGee, Meredith C. A Mississippi icon’s family traditions, Jackson Advocate, July 9-15, 2015, 9C.
McGee, Meredith C. Evans family: Committed to building sustainable communities, Jackson Advocate, July 9-15, 2015, 3B.
McGee, Meredith C. Spotlight on seven southern authors, Jackson Advocate, March 26-April 1, 2015, 8B.
McGee, Meredith C. Mily Trevino-Sauceda, a Mexican-American change maker, Jackson Advocate, March 26-April 1, 2015, 9B http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-8th-april/?pIds=14171
McGee, Meredith C. Pam Junior Guardian of Jackson’s black history, Jackson Advocate, March 26-April 1, 2015, 1B
McGee, Meredith C. Starry Krueger: Mother of movement to develop rural leaders, Jackson Advocate, March 26-April 1, 2015, 11A — http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-8th-april/?pIds=14181
McGee, Meredith C. JPS’s new top watchdog is shooting for a ‘Star,’ Jackson Advocate, August 6-12, 2015, 1A, 13A.
McGee, Meredith C. “Trucking Moves America Forward: Mrs. Willie Jones is major player in the industry” Jackson Advocate, August 20-26, 2015, 1A, 8A.
McGee, Meredith. C. Hurricane Katrina chronicles 10 years later, Jackson Advocate, Aug 27 – Sept 2, 2015, 2B, 8B.
McGee, Meredith. C. Entertainment and fine dining at Johnny T’s Bistro and Blues on Farish St, Jackson Advocate, Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 1B.
McGee, Meredith. C. Helm’s Place: New to Farish Street Historic District, Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 2B.
McGee, Meredith. C. Rolling Fork: The birthplace of Muddy Waters, Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 3C.
McGee, Meredith. C. Capital City’s Fondren community flourishes, Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 4B, 6B.
McGee, Meredith. C. The District at Eastover brings luxurious living in NE Jackson, Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 7C.
McGee, Meredith. C. Urban Renewal: A smash in ‘The River City,’ Oct. 8 – 14, 2015, 9A, 16A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Provine High career paths open up new avenues for students,” Nov 19-25, 2015, 1A, 17A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “City council’s handling of Vehicle for Hire ordinance dubbed new Jim Crow,” Feb 11-17, 2016, 1A, 9A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Martin’s Furniture: The neighborhood department store,” April 30-May 1, 2015, 4B,
McGee, Meredith. C. “Why Mississippi Blacks belong to Camp Hillary and Camp Bernie,” March 3-9, 2016, 4A,
McGee, Meredith. C. “Mississippi Black history greats and Civil Rights historic tours,” Feb. 25 – March 3-9, 2016, 1B
McGee, Meredith. C. “Vernon Dahmer – the pioneer of pioneers,” Feb. 25 – March 3-9, 2016, 1B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Working to form a more perfect union: Honoring women in public service and government,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/archive-7april-2016/
McGee, Meredith. C. “Jackson Advocate Woman of the Year 2016. Hinds County Chancery Clerk Eddie Jean Carr,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Rep. Alyce G. Clarke: A lifetime of valient service to the people of Hinds County,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Sen. Barbara Blackmon: A powerhouse in the Mississippi Legislature, community,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 3C.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Shelia Harwell Byrd: The person ‘in the know’ at the City of Jackson,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 4B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Dr. Bendalonne Thompson-Griffith: Giving her all to the cause of justice,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 5A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Making a difference in the lives of her citizens: Mayor Linda Short, Mayersville, Mississippi,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 5B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Dr. Resia Thompston: A resourceful partner for women in public service, government,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 8A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Mississippi native Virgie Banks is now a Memphis Jewel as president of the Shelby County Democratic women,” Jackson Advocate, March 31 – April 6, 2016. 13A.
McGee, Meredith. C. Canton unveils new Freedom Trail marker. But, who was George Washington and C.O. Chinn? Jackson Advocate, June 16-22, 2016. 7A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Clinton Medical Center brings new medical benefits to Clinton.” Jackson Advocate, Jan. 12-18, 2017. 1A, 6A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Southern Echo: The ongoing fight for Civil Rights.” Jackson Advocate, Feb. 23 – March 1, 2017. 3B, 15B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Learning and Reading: The Freedom School Movement.” Jackson Advocate, Feb. 23 – March 1, 2017. 11B.
McGee, Meredith. C. Black History moment with Racine, WI native, Paul Hunter,” Feb. 23 – March 1, 2017. 12B.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Filmmakers capture the 30th of May Memorial Day tradition” Jackson Advocate, March 23-29, 2017, 1A – 10A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “Authors face discrimination when attempting to get published in MS,” Jackson Advocate, Nov. 9-15, 2017, 6A.
McGee, Meredith. C. “PTA at Mississippi’s top school raising funds to accommodate historic name change,” Jackson Advocate, Nov. 9-15, 2017, 3A, 10A.
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McGee, Meredith. C. “Remembering Mississippi’s beloved ‘Snakeman’ Percy King,” Jackson Advocate, Nov. 9-15, 2017, 1A, 13A. Mr. King
McGee, Meredith. C. “Jackson’s 78th homicide victim, family man Beasley,” Jackson Advocate, Dec. 13-19, 2018, 1A, 12A. http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/today-paper/?pIds=28196
http://hfplibrary.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-n2012045205/ information about Author Meredith Coleman McGee
https://bolivar.lib.ms.us/wp-content/uploads/bcls-newsletter-november-29-2018.pdf Lunch With Books Featuring Meredith Coleman McGee
http://www.co.hinds.ms.us/pgs/boardminutes/docs/December%2019,%202016.pdf Meredith McGee’s address to the Hinds County Board of Supervisors to establish a Friends Group at the Richard Wright Library on McDowell St.
http://www.jacksonadvocateonline.com/today-paper/?pIds=32237 Meredith C. McGee’s remarks in the “We love and appreciate you, Alice Tisdale” section in honor of Tisdale’s retirement…
“James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him” listed as an important book on desegregation https://www.questia.com/library/education/education-law-and-policy/school-desegregation
Remember Lest We Forget Willie (William) Earl McGee by Meredith C. McGee, Jackson Advocate, 6A, Oct 29 – Nov. 4, 2020