Robert Jordan / UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI - Students at the University of Mississippi in Oxford walk past a bronze statue of James Meredith, who in 1962 became the first African-American to enroll at the university. Federal marshals and the National Guard were called in to suppress riots on campus by segregationists opposed to his enrollment.
Robert Jordan / UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI - Students at the University of Mississippi in Oxford walk past a bronze statue of James Meredith, who in 1962 became the first African-American to enroll at the university. Federal marshals and the National Guard were called in to suppress riots on campus by segregationists opposed to his enrollment. University of Mississippi
Robert Jordan / UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI - Students at the University of Mississippi in Oxford walk past a bronze statue of James Meredith, who in 1962 became the first African-American to enroll at the university. Federal marshals and the National Guard were called in to suppress riots on campus by segregationists opposed to his enrollment. University of Mississippi

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