Triple Murders on Canton’s Chestnut Alley Expose Hispanics’ Fear of Violence in Mississippi
The bloody murders of three Guatemalans—a brother, sister and her unborn child—in their home in Canton is fueling long-standing anger among the Hispanic population who feel they are victims of frequent robberies and assaults in the community.
‘Make Mississippi’s Fortune Today’: Two Visions Emerge after Governor’s ‘State of the State’ Address
In his annual State of the State address Tuesday, Gov. Tate Reeves memorialized a long, cruel 2020 from the steps of the Mississippi Capitol. Behind the governor lay nearly a year of an uncontained pandemic and a hospital system just beginning to contain the crush of the virus’ worst wave. Still, Reeves struck an undeniably triumphant note with his address.
Horrors of the Holocaust: Five Websites to Help with Education, Accuracy
Whenever there’s an analysis or discussion about how much people know about the Holocaust, the focus is often on what they don’t know. A 2018 survey of 1,350 people age 18 and older found that 11% of U.S. adults and 22% of millennials had not heard of the Holocaust. Almost half of U.S. adults and millennials could not name one concentration camp or ghetto that was established in Europe during the Holocaust, the survey found.