Returning speaker Marvin King is on the faculty at The University of Mississippi, and teaches courses on Politics of the American South, Federalism, African American Politics, and Political Inequality; he has published journal articles on the same topics. He is also Senior Faculty Fellow of the Residential College South. Dr. King is a frequent speaker for the League of Women Voters, the Mississippi Humanities Council, and other civic organizations and government agencies. Active in the LOU community, Dr. King has served as the founding Organizer of TEDxUniversityofMississippi, on the boards of the Oxford Park Commission and Oxford Planning Commission, and as President and Race Director for Run Oxford among his community engagements. He is married to Amy Evans, and they have three daughters.
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