Members from “Memphis State 8” Die Days Apart

By Wiley Henry MEMPHIS, TN — On Sept. 18, 1959, eight black students walked onto a white college campus when racial tension was seething and...

Frankie Pierce Park Opens Nov. 13 as the Gulch’s First Park...

Juno Frankie Seay Pierce, also known as Frankie Pierce or J. Frankie Pierce (c. 1864–1954) , was an African-American educator and suffragist.  Pierce opened the Tennessee Vocational School for Colored...

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By Thomas Sheffield I just love a good steak.  I really love a good burger.  I am definitely a carnevor.  I could go to a...

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Juno Frankie Seay Pierce, also known as Frankie Pierce or J. Frankie Pierce (c. 1864–1954) , was an African-American educator and suffragist.  Pierce opened the Tennessee Vocational School for Colored...
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