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In 1962, James Meredith's admittance into the segregated University of Mississippi caused riots on campus and controversy across the country. Narrated by native son Wright Thompson, 30 for 30: Ghosts of Ole Miss from ESPN® Films tells a stunning tale of social and athletic perseverance. It features interviews with Meredith and former students, including members of the undefeated football team which banded together amidst the chaos.
- DVD film
- Documents the story of James Meredith, the first African American student admitted to the segregated University of Mississippi in 1962 and the tumultuous events that followed
- Includes personal interviews with Meredith, former players on the undefeated 1962 Ole Miss football team and students who witnessed riots on campus
- Directed by Peabody Award winning director Fritz Mitchell
- Narrated by Mississippi native Wright Thompson
- Includes bonus features
- Approximate Run Time: 55 minutes
- Street Date: February 5, 2013
- Officially licensed