Presentation by Field Brown, MSU alumnus and PhD Student in English at Harvard University, on the meaning of Juneteenth and the ongoing work of freedom. Part of the Juneteenth events at the JL King Center in Starkville, MS. Sponsored by the Cultural Research & Engagement Fellows (CREF) Program.
The CREF Program at Mississippi State University explores the social and cultural dimensions of food systems, food access, land in majority-Black, historically agrarian rural communities by engaging youth at the nexus of food access, farming, and culture. The CREF program is made possible by a grant from the Office of Research & Economic Development (ORED) and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) at Mississippi State University.
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Geosciences
African American Studies | Human Geography | Social Work | United States History
Brown, Field; Williams, Brian S.; and Cistrunk, Kenya M., "Field Brown Cultural Research and Engagement Fellows Presentation" (2021). College of Arts and Sciences Publications and Scholarship. 18.