Deconstructing COVID-19 and Education in Noxubee County

The (In)Equity and Resilience: Black Women, Systemic Barriers and COVID-19 Project

Noxubee County: Education Disparities and Solutions

One Crop At A Time: School Farms Target Food Insecurity, ‘Supermarket Redlining’
When Noxubee County schools closed in March 2020, kindergarten teacher...
Co-ops Stepping In to Solve Rural Internet Inequity in Noxubee, Nearby Counties
FASTnet, a for-profit subsidiary of the not-for-profit 4-County Electric Power...
How and Why: Behind the Scenes of the ‘Black Women, Systemic Barriers, COVID-19’ Project
In this Jackson Advocate-Mississippi Free Press collaboration, the BWC Project...
KKK, White Terrorists Targeted Black Noxubee Schools, Teachers to Embed Inequality
Warning: This piece contains graphic descriptions of race violence. NOXUBEE...
White Flight in Noxubee County: Why School Integration Never Happened
Central Academy was one of Mississippi’s dozens of segregation academies...
No More Waiting to Exhale: Black Mississippi Women Are Digging Out Causes of Harmful Inequities
Through the partnership of the Mississippi Free Press and the...

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