Mississippians Must Vote in Person Despite ‘Greater Risk of Death,’ State Supreme Court Says
Mississippi voters who have pre-existing health conditions “that cause COVID-19 to present a greater risk of severe illness or death” still must vote in person in the Nov. 3 election unless that illness qualifies as a “physical disability,” the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled today.
Before the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Helped Shape Modern Era of Women’s Rights
Even before her appointment, Ruth Bader Ginsberg reshaped American law, as Dr. Jonathan Entin discusses in this MFP Voices article.
‘Black Girls Dream Fund’ Investing in South, Mississippi to Fill Funding Gaps
The Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium kicked off the Black Girls Dream Fund, a 10-year fundraising initiative to raise $100 million to financially support the goals and ideas of southern Black girls and women in the United States.