In his State of the State address on Monday, Jan. 30, 2023, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves called on lawmakers to pass a “Parents Bill of Rights” that would allow parents to inspect school curriculums and opt their children out of certain educational materials.
In(Equity) and Resilience: Black Women, Systemic Barriers and COVID-19
WE ARE MISSISSIPPI VIDEO SERIES
The video series “We Are Mississippi” seeks to share a more balanced view of our community. Mississippi harbors a multitude of talented and innovative individuals and we aim to highlight and share their stories with the World. Brought to you by Strive Till I Rise and partners.
A space for public conversation on race in the South, including the persisting impact of private academies.
I Offered My Best to a System Not Meant For All the Others I Am by Katrina Byrd
I Never Saw the System by Ellen Morris Prewitt-Myers
It Was On the Back of Black Students by W. Ralph Eubanks
MISSISSIPPI RACE VIOLENCE PROJECT
Next on MFP Live:
Ellen Ann Fentress
July 28, 2022 @ 6 p.m.
FOCUS: RACE AND RACISM
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