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Mission discussed at NAACP banquet

April 29, 2013

Richard Holmes doesn't believe it when people say "You can't go home again."

Holmes said he was, in fact, home again when he came to Starkville this weekend. He said that did not mean the locales he visited, such as Washington Street, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and the Needmore district, gone unchanged in the 47 years since he became Mississippi State University's first African-American student.

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