In this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with Pamela Junior, who is the director of the Two Museums – The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.

Junior, a native Jacksonian, is a Jackson State University graduate, the former manager of the Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center and even was a park ranger with the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. Honored by many national and local groups, prepared to be inspired by Junior’s story. And spoiler alert, her favorite time of year is summer.



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Marshall Ramsey, a nationally recognized editorial cartoonist, shares his cartoons and travels the state as Mississippi Today’s Editor-At-Large. He’s also host of a weekly statewide radio program and a television program on Mississippi Public Broadcasting and is the author of several books. Marshall is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and a 2019 recipient of the University of Tennessee Alumni Professional Achievement Award.