The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science is currently hosting a traveling exhibition titled “Game Changers,” which aims to allow guests to discover how innovation has shaped the video-game industry from its origins into the present.
Twenty-five inmates at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Pearl, a city in Rankin County, will be able to work and earn at least the minimum wage starting July 1, 2022, if Gov. Tate Reeves signs Senate Bill 2437.
“Book banning is not a new problem in this country,” Erica Goldberg writes. “Even though the government has discretion to control what’s taught in school, the First Amendment ensures the right of free speech to those who want to protest what’s happening in schools.”