Hattiesburg Arts Council Spotlights Two Mississippi Women Artists at Weekend Exhibition
As a mixed-media artist, Jacqueline Gonzalez Wooton incorporates 3D materials into her acrylic paintings to create abstract pieces that play on themes of spirituality and symbolism.
How Mary Kay Contributed To Feminism—Even Though She Loathed Feminists
Mary Kay Ash, who died in 2001, loathed the term “feminist” and disliked the movement, but she successfully defied her era’s female gender norms, Professor Cassandra L. Yacovazzi writes. “She turned a few thousand dollars into a multibillion-dollar cosmetics empire and led it for decades. Her sales force grew from fewer than 10 women to tens of thousands.”
EPA Head Gathers City, State, Federal Leaders to Address Jackson Water Crisis
For the first time in recent memory, virtually all stakeholders in the future of Mississippi’s capital city came together Wednesday to discuss the Jackson water crisis that has left more than 160,000 residents without clean water for over a month.