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2014 Stop the Drop Summit Live Feed

Posted by tolarrious.washington@mpbonline.org

Link to live feed

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2014 Holiday Card Contest Winners

Posted by tolarrious.washington@mpbonline.org

Announcement of winners

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Personality Exercise: Who Am I Group Assignment (6-12)

Posted by tolarrious.washington@mpbonline.org

Activity for middle and high school students. Ice breaker exercise. 

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2014 MPB Holiday Card Contest

Posted by Nikki McCelleis

Children across the state will have the opportunity to have their artwork displayed on the official holiday greeting card for Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) this holiday season. The 2014 MPB Holiday Card Contest runs through Oct. 31, and the winner will be notified in November. The contest is open to all children ages 4-12 statewide.

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2013 Holiday Card Contest Winners

Posted by Maggie Stevenson

The results are in! Here are the winners of the 2013 MPB Holiday Card Contest!

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Southern Remedy

Posted by Maggie Stevenson

Southern Remedy is Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s flagship wellness show dedicated to keeping Mississippians healthy.

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Ed Said at Fitness Fest 2014

Posted by Maggie Stevenson

On Saturday, July 19, 2014 from 10am-4pm, MPB’s beloved rapping and rhyming puppet Ed Said took part in the Children’s Healthcare of Mississippi FITNESS FEST.

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Clifford Visited Vicksburg

Posted by Maggie Stevenson

The Big Red Dog is celebrating his 50th anniversary in this all-new musical. Based on the series by Norman Birdwell, see Clifford and his friends Emily Elizabeth, Cleo, and T-Bone come to life on stage with lots of laughs, singing, and dancing!

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Read for the Record

Posted by Nikki McCelleis

One Day, One Goal Mississippi Public Broadcasting, Mississippi State University, and the Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education have come together to celebrate literacy in Mississippi and Read for the Record.

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Mississippi ReMixed

Posted by Nikki McCelleis

This viewing guide provides suggestions and activities for teachers or group leaders to utilize with students before and while viewing the documentary, which analyzes race relations in the South. The documentary is segmented into five acts: 1) Motivation and Background, 2) Historical Background, 3) Barriers to Positive Race Relations, 4) Purposeful Acts for Positive Race Relations, 5) Conclusion.

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