‘It Belongs to Us, Too’: Latinx LGTBQ Mississippians Gather in Jackson for Inaugural ‘Queerceañera’
Li Ann Sanchez, a Mexican and Indigenous trans woman, was the guest of honor at the Immigrants Alliance for Justice and Equity “Queerceañera,” an LGBTQ reclamation of a traditional Latin quinceañera.
Serve the Warrant: Black Mississippi Leaders Must Demand Justice for The Murder of Emmett Till
Members of the Emmett Till Legacy Foundation found an unserved 1955 warrant in the Leflore County Courthouse on June 21, 2022, for the arrest of suspects in the kidnapping and murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till. Leflore County native Dr. Emmitt Y. Riley III calls for accountability from District Attorney DeWayne Richardson and other Black political leaders, demanding them to “open a new investigation and finally move toward justice for Emmett Till.”