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Families looking to give their children an educational and fun experience will love the Mississippi Children's Museum. Key exhibits include the "World at Work Gallery," "Healthy Fun Gallery," "Exploring Mississippi Gallery," "Wild About Reading Gallery," "Express Yourself Gallery," and "The Literacy Garden." The Literacy Garden aims to make reading fun and lets kids take a deeper look into some of the elements of language, including letters, parts of speech, and sound.
Medgar Evers, a Mississippi native, was known for his relentlessness work towards advancing civil rights for African Americans during the tumultuous decades of the 1950s and 1960s and was the NAACP's first full-time state field secretary. Visitors can visit his home with an appointment.
Situated in Livingston Park, the Jackson Zoo is one of the largest in the state and is officially accredited by the Associated of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). The African Rainforest is one of the zoo's most popular exhibits The Wilderness Mississippi is an exhibit with a distinctly local flavor. It includes black bears, mountain lions, and rattlesnakes. These are meant to represent some of the natural wildlife that find a home right in Mississippi.
Since 1877, JSU has been a home to the pursuit of academic excellence and was the first university in Mississippi to establish a School of Public Health. Sports teams have also tapped into the school for talented players, including Lindsey Hunter, who won a championship with the Lakers in 2004.
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