Linked: Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Runtime: 10 minutes

Producers: Electrasoul Productions

Directors: Emma Harrington

Myrlie Evers gives a powerful speech to commemorate the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and declares that the museums are "...linked in love, in hope and in justice." The museum allows Mississippi to remember its past and look to its future. Ms Evers, the wife of slain civil rights leader Charles Evers, is joined by Frank Wilson, Jr who was a young boy growing up around the corner from the Ever's in segregated Jackson, Mississippi. Ms Hilda Casin, who was a young school teacher in racially charged McComb, Mississippi at the same time, offers her ever positive views of the future that she has promoted for decades including through the Black History Gallery that she opened and continues to run in McComb. The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History adjoin each other in Jackson.