Both federal manager Ted Henifin and the Jackson Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba are warning that state politicians are attempting to take over Jackson’s water system, along with hundreds of millions in federal funds meant for repairing it.
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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