In this country, we have a keen interest in visiting places where famous people died. This is especially true for events of the 1960s: People visit Dallas to see where ...
The Jackson Woolworth sit-in, 50 years ago, forever changed Mississippi's role in the Civil Rights Movement.
Jackson Police responded to a bank robbery at 3:14 PM at the Regions Bank on North State Street.
Joan Trumpauer Mulholland survived the Civil Rights Movement after participating (starting at age 19) in sit-ins, demonstrations and the Freedom Rides of 1961.
Eric T. Smith was always busy. He was a husband, a father and a man who cared about his neighbors.
See the trailer to the documentary about Mississippi culture.