Visiting James Chaney: Road to End U.S. Racism Long and Winding, But One We Must Travel
MFP editor Donna Ladd’s pilgrimage to civil-rights hero James Chaney’s grave in rural Lauderdale County reminded her we cannot go back to 1964-style racism.
The Impactful Stories That Defined 2020 and the Mississippi Free Press’ First Year
Here is a recap of 2020, the stories that defined the year and this fledgling publication’s immense impact so far.
A Mississippi Reverend’s 2021 Advice List: ‘Building Bridges Is Better Than Erecting Walls’
Today is the last day of 2020. Here are a few reflections from this year’s lessons that I hope can help us all in 2021.
Whether Slow or Fast, Here’s How Your Metabolism Influences How Many Calories You Burn Each Day
The idea is that someone with a slow metabolism won’t use up the same amount of energy to do the same task as someone does with a fast metabolism. But does the speed of metabolism really vary all that much from person to person?