James Meredith


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Noun1.James Meredith - United States civil rights leader whose college registration caused riots in traditionally segregated Mississippi (born in 1933)
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Goalkeeper Brad Jones, defender James Meredith, and attacker Jamie Maclaren are among the capped Caltex Socceroos players to be included in van Marwijk's preliminary squad, while uncapped 22-year-old defender Aleksandar Susnjar could receive his first senior international call-up.
Blues claimed they should have had a penalty when Jacques Maghoma clashed with James Meredith, but it wasn't until the 92nd minute that Jordan Archer had to make a proper save when he kept out Craig Gardner's free-kick.
A replica of the historic University of Mississippi Lyceum is in the museum as part of the story of the integration of UM by James Meredith in 1962.
Lions defender James Meredith said: "Cardiff is a tough place to come and we're happy with a point.
Dees entertains readers as he talks about these events and interviews famous figures such as James Meredith and Willie Morris.
Former Wolves pair George Saville and Jed Wallace, plus James Meredith, Tom Elliott, Conor McLaughlin and Ryan Tunnicliffe are all hoping to feature.
James Meredith then tested Archer with a well-struck drive from inside the penalty area and Hutchinson got his head in the way of McMahon's curling free-kick that appeared destined for the top corner.
The March Against Fear is a complex, detailed history of the civil rights march begun by James Meredith in 1966 to protest the mistreatment of blacks in Mississippi.
1962: Two people die and at least 75 are injured in rioting following the admission of James Meredith to the University of Mississippi.
Bradford's James Meredith (left) is challenged by Halifax's Ben Williams during their FA Cup first-round clash last month
In 1962, James Meredith, a black student, was escorted by federal marshals to the campus of the University of Mississippi, where he enrolled for classes the next day; Meredith's presence sparked rioting that claimed two lives.
In September 1962, two people were killed, hundreds were injured and the main administration building of the University of Mississippi was riddled with bullets by rioters protesting the Supreme Court order to admit James Meredith, the university's first African-American student.