by Cord Jefferson onSeptember 22, 2010
The decision at Ole Miss to dump Colonel Reb, its controversial mascot, is long overdue. There's nothing to celebrate about slave ownership and rebellion.
by Nsenga Burton onSeptember 20, 2010
After years of complaints, Ole Miss bans sale of items bearing Colonel Reb mascot.
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