Virtual Table Talks

SMA’s Virtual Table Talks are one-hour informal discussions to promote the sharing of knowledge between archivists working in Mississippi galleries, libraries, archives, and museums. Each talk will feature a speaker who will share their experience and knowledge on a given topic. For more information on this series, or if you are interested in presenting, please contact Carrie P. Mastley at

Next Talk: “Introducing High School Students to Mississippi’s First Black Legislators,” presented by DeeDee Baldwin of Mississippi State University, October 28 at 12:00 noon

DeeDee Baldwin, History Librarian at Mississippi State University, will deliver a discussion about her experience teaching high school students at the Mississippi Governor’s School (MGS) about Mississippi’s first Black legislators. MGS is a tuition-free residential honors program that offers unique creative and academic experiences to students with exceptional abilities and achievements. Please join us to learn more about incorporating historical research, particularly primary sources, into the secondary classroom.

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