Mary Hardy, Owner, The Book Gallery, Only Black Owned Independent Bookstore in the Mississippi Delta
WDSV 91.9 FM ‘OFF THE SHELF’
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
GUEST HOST: Mrs. Meredith Coleman McGee, author, poet, publisher, etc.
Mrs. McGee is a niece of James Meredith. Mr Meredith was the first African American to graduate from the University of Mississippi, aka Ole Miss.
Join us as Meredith talks about her family, Mr. Meredith’s role in desegregating Mississippi’s university system, and his trials and triumphs during this very trying time in our nation’s and southern history.
Meredith’s works include ‘James Meredith – Warrior and the America That Created Him’ and ‘Odyssey.’
You can listen LIVE at www.wdsv919.com.
• The Book Gallery Inc. in Greenville, Mississippi welcomes author Meredith Coleman McGee, a niece of James H. Meredith for a book reading Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 2-4 pm. Mrs. McGee will discuss her book James Meredith: Warrior and the America that Created Him. This title is emerging as a Popular Culture/Ethnic Studies required reading on the college level. Contact Mary Hardy 662.820.5047.
• Join Authors William Trest Jr. and Meredith Coleman McGee for a joint Book Release Party, Monday, November 25, 2013 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the Richard Wright Branch Library 515 W. McDowell Rd. Jackson, MS 39204, 601.372.1621. The authors will release their new books Reverse Guilty Plea which is about a fierce family feud which led to the wrongful incarceration of one of its own and Odyssey which includes poems and a collection of writings by Meredith Coleman McGee. Both books are Meredith Etc titles, a small press in Jackson, MS http://www.meredithetc.com. Come out and let’s have some FUN.
• READING, SIGNING, Q&A, PRIZES, PHOTOS & AUTHOR MEET AND GREET.
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