“The New Populist Party” in the hands of new readers

Community Organizer Bettie Petty holds her new copy of The New Populist Party
Educational Advocate Melvin Young, Tunica’s own

National Book Lovers Day 8/9/19

Crack open a good book on National Book Lovers Day. http://www.meredithetc.com

https://www.amazon.com/dp/109764197X Nashida: Visits Mississippi’s Old Capitol Museum

James Meredith: Warrior and the America that created him – 2019

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0692462651 Death By Association Vol 1 Retaliation Vol 2 Deception

Delta Foundation’s Off the Shelf presents 4 Authors & The Book Gallery’s owner at 5 P.M. TODAY. Video excerpts…

William Trest Jr., Author of two novellas, Reverse Guilty Plea and The New Populist Party
http://wdsv919.org/ LISTEN TO WDSV 91.9 FM LIVE

Mary Hardy, Owner, The Book Gallery, Only Black Owned Independent Bookstore in the Mississippi Delta

Hazel Janell Meredith (Hazel Hall), Mississippi Quilter and Author, My Brother J-Boy
Gospel Singer/Author, Mary Haralson Coleman, “Mary’s Story and Song” her memoir
Acquisition Editor/Publisher, Meredith Coleman McGee, Off the Shelf, WDSV 91.9 FM

Book Toasters will sign books at the Spring Market Festival, Jackson Medical Mall,Jackson, MS

MON. May 20, 2019. 10 a.m to 3 p.m. Book Toasters: Mary Haralson Coleman, Hazel Janell Meredith, Meredith Coleman McGee, and William Trest Jr. will sign copies of their books at the Spring Market Festival, Jackson Medical Mall, Woodrow Wilson, Jackson, MS.

“The New Populist Party” by William Trest Jr. made it to the Univ. of Memphis Libraries

http://sierra.memphis.edu/search~S4/o1032616453

Title: The new populist party / by William Trest Jr.
Publication Info.Jackson, MS :
Meredith Etc., [2018]Copyright
Date©2018 Edition
First edition.
1 copy being processed for McWherter Library – 3rd or 4th Floor Stacks.
1 copy being processed for Lambuth Campus Library.

Black authors and black female owned small press slighted by Mississippi Civil Rights Museum’s Bookstore!

Black authors and black female owned small press slighted by Mississippi Civil Rights Museum’s Bookstore!
 
The Mississippi Department of Archives and History accepted the works of authors but its agency (Mississippi Civil Rights Museum Bookstore) rejects the sale of the same authors’ works.
 
Unfair prejudices are shameful. 
 
My Brother J-Boy written by Hazel Janell Meredith was rejected supposedly because it was self published. The lasted edition was commercially published, and in fact the store manager had not even viewed the book when she rejected it. The book is 100 pages. It is very comprehensive and the illustrations are crisp. This book is the most important children’s book written about James Meredith who is featured in the museum.  
 
Will you act?
 
Museum Employee’s Conversational Excerpts:
 
“Your books were brought to my attention and  we are unable to accept the books you mentioned in your email and I want to explain why.
My Brother J-Boy—Does not have the level of detail and professionalism we like in the books we sell

The New Populist Party—it is a novella and we don’t sell novellas

The Odyssey—half of the book is poetry and we don’t sell poetry

Please contact me directly if you have any questions.”

Cindy

____________________

Cindy Gardner

Two Mississippi Museums administrator

Mississippi Department of Archives and History

PO Box 571

Jackson, MS  39205

601-576-6901

cgardner@mdah.ms.gov

Yes, I understand the concept of the book and truly admire the sacrifices of James Meredith. The book is self published and not up to the standards of the other books in the Store.  This is not considered to be an insult to you or Mr. Meredith.  Many great books are self published but we have found that the quality is usually not as good if they have gone through a professional publisher.  

____________________

Cindy Gardner

Two Mississippi Museums administrator

Mississippi Department of Archives and History

PO Box 571

Jackson, MS  39205

601-576-6901

cgardner@mdah.ms.gov

_________________________

This edition of My Brother J-Boy was not self published. The hardback edition was published by Meredith Etc via Ingram. I see you never saw the book. You are referring to an older version. This version was released last year. My Brother J-Boy Ingram 978-0-9993226-0-4 
I’d like to pick up Odyssey and The New Populist Party tomorrow. I never left a copy of My Brother J-Boy. I left provided the product page. 
Meredith McGee
___________________________

Ms. McGee, 

Can you bring me a copy of My Brother J-Boy?  I promise to return it to you within a week.

____________________

Cindy Gardner

Two Mississippi Museums administrator

Mississippi Department of Archives and History

PO Box 571

Jackson, MS  39205

601-576-6901

cgardner@mdah.ms.gov

Meredith Coleman McGee, Publisher
Meredith Etc
1052 Maria Court
Jackson, MS 39204
601.372.0229