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Chokwe Antar Lumumba (left) and Rukia Lumumba (right) greet people at their father's funeral.
Americans made nearly 10.7 billion public transit trips in 2013—the highest total since 1956, according ...
Former Governor William Winter speaks at Lumumba's "Celebration of Life".
A decked-out couple takes in the nice weather outside.
One of the rituals was the "Spices of Life" -- symbolic spices and an accompanying ...
Outside in the hall, former Mayor Harvey Johnson greets James Meredith.
Women gather to place flowers at the front.
Jackson police officers carry the coffin and place it in the hearse before heading out ...
Chokwe Antar Lumumba.
Myrlie Evers. "Goodnight, my friend. We will all see you in the morning."
Rukia Lumumba delivered the eulogy.
Acting Mayor Charles Tillman speaks at Lumumba's funeral. Days earlier, at the JSU celebration, he ...
The crowd at the Jackson convention center. Hundreds came to show respect.
One of the rituals had dozens of people placing flowers at the front.
Lindahelen I completely disagree with "Newcomer". Mr. Yarber was the best city council president and Mayor Lumumba respected his (Mr. Yarber's) ...
March 10, 12:44 p.m. on Tony Yarber to JFP: 'I'm heavily considering a run' for mayor
Newcomer Do to the suspicious reasons Mr. Yarber resigned from JPS I feel that his candidacy would not be warranted at ...
March 10, 12:03 p.m. on Tony Yarber to JFP: 'I'm heavily considering a run' for mayor
goldeneagle97 WLBT is reporting that Johnson is running.
March 9, 9:39 p.m. on Harvey Johnson Jr. running for mayor? This letter suggests he is.
goldeneagle97 If Yarber runs, I think he'll immediately be among the favorites to win.
March 9, 9:09 p.m. on Tony Yarber to JFP: 'I'm heavily considering a run' for mayor
NotLikeU I hope the City of Jackson is not expecting to take a leap back to stagnation.
March 9, 4:38 p.m. on Harvey Johnson Jr. running for mayor? This letter suggests he is.
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