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Education

Moving Beyond Suspension: Changing the Discipline Climate in Jackson Schools

JPS administrators recognize that out-of-school suspension is not the way to change school climates district-wide, and Margrit Wallace, the JPS chief academic officer in the student academic and behavioral support department, is working to move the district towards restorative justice ...

Crime

State’s Longest-Sitting Death Row Inmate Challenges Death Penalty Drug

The Mississippi Supreme Court has sentenced Richard Jordan to death four times, but with the help of his lawyers, he continues to challenge the state's death penalty method.

Jacksonian

Raegan Johnson

Raegan Johnson says her love to serve fuels her drive to give back to others, whether it's in her community or at her school.

Civil Rights

Only One ‘Side’ in Fight Against White Supremacy

No quest for justice, equality, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all will "replace" people of any race or ethnicity, although some statues may well end up in a museum for people who want to view, honor or ...

Cover

Eating Out on a Student Budget

Eating out on a college budget or even just a small one can be difficult, but this year's Best of Jackson winners and finalists for Meal Under $10 are good, affordable options.

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Music Listings

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Alumni House - Pearl Jamz 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Drago's - Johnny Barranco 5:30-8 p.m.

Kathryn's - Larry Brewer & Doug Hurd 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Pelican Cove - Hunter Gibson & Rick Moreira 6 p.m.

Shucker's - Lovin Ledbetter 7:30 p.m. free

Table 100 - Andy Henderson 6 p.m.