"We Cannot Walk Alone:" Images and History of the African-American Community.
Lafayette County, Mississippi. An "Open Doors Exhibition." April through August 2003.
Reverend Wayne Johnson
"Wayne Johnson was raised in
Oxford, attended ministerial school in Atlanta where he also became involved
in the Civil Rights Movement, and then returned to his home to serve the
community and the University in 1969. He worked as a mediator with the new
African-American students on the Ole Miss Campus. In 1969 with the school
integration, he ran a car pool for African-American children when inner-city
bussing was halted. He urged African-Americans to become a part of the
political process and to use their vote.