Mississippi Republican Gov. Tate Reeves signed a law Wednesday that bans abortion based on the ...1 day, 2 hours ago ...
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The Margaret Walker Center at Jackson State University will partner with Foot Print Farms and Fauna Foodworks to host a ...July 2
"The Legislature put up this flag as a stated symbol of white supremacy in 1894 as all those hideous soldier ...June 24
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The Black Lives Matter Mississippi Protest at the Governor's Mansion on June 6, 2020, included roughly 4,000 Mississippians marching against ...
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Calyn Stringfellow wants more young people to get politically engaged and to register and turn out to vote, hence the program she held in front of Jackson City Hall.
"I'm a white senior woman living in the Deep South. I’m also a Democrat. My closest family members and a few friends are aware of this, and a few of my Facebook friends may suspect, but I hope this is ...
When the pandemic cancelled most of his scheduled events, violinist John Uzodinma II sought a way to stay connected to the public.
"Although I was a natural storyteller, I never knew I wanted to write until I applied for Southern Miss' student-run newspaper, The Student Printz. Since then, I've wanted my life to contain some form of writing, whether that be fiction ...
Three days a week, the farmers of The Garden Farmacy climb out of bed early in the morning and step through the fields, knives in hand, to harvest the produce scheduled to be delivered to Jacksonians the same day.