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    The Mansion

    Tougaloo College ranks #25 in conferring baccalaureate degrees in physical sciences to African Americans, ranks #37 in conferring baccalaureate degrees in English Language and Literature/Letters; ranks #41 in conferring baccalaureate degrees in social sciences, and ranks #47 in conferring baccalaureate degrees in history to African Americans.

    The best department at Tougaloo

    Graduation 2014

    WAN INTERIORS Museums, Bennie G. Thompson Academic & Civil Rights Research Center

    Beard Hall

    Between the Gate Posts: Investigating the Tougaloo Nine

    Clay Masks Art for Sale | Polymer Clay | Tougaloo College Art Colony

    Joan with Tougaloo College classmate and the first black Mississippi State Supreme Court Justice.

    The Eaglet: 1963 And 1968 Tougaloo College Yearbook Jackson Mississippi Lot-2

    Agenda for meeting of State Advisory Committee; June 15, 1960 :: Tougaloo College

    Joan getting Dr. King's autograph during his visit to Tougaloo College.

    Tougaloo College, Ballard Hall...historic building.

    Touglaoo faculty and students, 1969s.

    Tougaloo College

    Rev. William Bender, on the steps of Woodworth Chapel, Tougaloo College.

    An HBCU in Tougaloo, MS ( outside Jackson, MS)

    The Tougaloo Nine integrated The Jackson Municipal library in the 1960s.

    Josh Marks, Mississippian, Master Chef finalist, Tougalooian. RIP.

    DST @ Tougaloo

    Delta Sigma Theta member Joan Trumpauer Mulholland as she is today. During the Civil Rights Movement, she was a Freedom Rider who was arrested, charged and jailed for two months for registering people to vote . She was friends with Dr. Martin Luther King. She integrated HBCU Tougaloo College as the first white female student.

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