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LU-MRRL Lecture: Politics & Immigration

Missouri River Regional Library 214 Adams Street, Jefferson City

In recent years, migration from the Northern Triangle across the U.S.-Mexico border has emerged as a flashpoint in domestic politics. Lost in pundit and politicians' lurid descriptions of migrant caravans, child separation, and the border "crisis" is the historical roots of U.S. relations with Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Dr. Micah Wright, assistant professor of …

TEACHING AMERICAN HISTORY – BLACK WALL STREET: MEN AND WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

JEFFERSON LANDING STATE HISTORIC SITE, 100 JEFFERSON 100 Jefferson St, JEFFERSON CITY

The Missouri State Museum is hosting three Teaching American History seminars in 2022 and early 2023. These free daylong seminars connect scholars with local educators on a wide array of topics. Registration is required. Black Wall Street has long been a symbol of hope and success. But who were the individuals who contributed to the prosperity …