Margaret Walker Center

Margaret Walker Center
Jackson State University
Ayer Hall
1400 J.R. Lynch Street
P.O. Box 17008
Jackson, MS 39217
USA

Phone: 601-979-3935
Fax: 601-979-5929
mwa@jsums.edu


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Resources
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Hamer Institute @ COFO

Richard Wright Center

2 Mississippi Museums

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Margaret Walker Center
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Margaret Walker Alexander
Black Studies Fund

Mission & Staff

Both an archive and museum, the Margaret Walker Center is dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, and dissemination of African-American history and culture.

Vision and Goals

Founded by Margaret Walker in 1968, the Center seeks to honor her academic and artistic legacy by expanding and promoting its manuscript holdings and oral history collections, interpreting African-American history and culture through its museum and exhibits, coordinating public programs on campus and throughout the community, preserving historic structures central to the African-American experience, and advocating Black Studies at Jackson State University.

 

Staff

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Robert Luckett, PhD
Director
robert.luckett@jsums.edu

 

 

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Ms. Angela D. Stewart, MA
Archivist
angela.d.stewart@jsums.edu

 

 

 

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Mr. Brandon Thompson
Public Relations and Technology Manager
brandon.thompson@jsums.edu

 

 

 

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Mrs. Trina Toles
Administrative Assistant/Building Administrator
trina.v.toles@jsums.edu

 

 

 

Mrs. Linda Brady
Receptionist
linda.brady@jsums.edu