Next on MFP Live:
May 20, 2021 @ 6 p.m.
MFP Live - April 22, 2021:
Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba of Jackson
Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba sits down with MFP’s Donna Ladd and Nick Judin for a conversation focusing on Jackson’s water and infrastructure challenges and solutions.
MFP Live - April 15, 2021:
Dr. Anna Wan
Dr. Anna Wan, Associate Professor of Mathematics and founder of the Eagle Make Hub at USM talks to MFP co-founders Kimberly Griffin and Donna Ladd.
MFP Live - April 8, 2021:
Dr. Carmen J. Walters
Dr. Carmen J. Walkers, president of Tougaloo College, talks to MFP co-founders Kimberly Griffin and Donna Ladd.
MFP Live - April 1, 2021:
W. Ralph Eubanks
W. Ralph Eubanks, author of “A Place like Mississippi,” talks to MFP co-founder Kimberly Griffin and Donna Ladd.
MFP Live - March 15, 2021:
Tracy DeVries, executive director of the Women’s Foundation of Mississippi, talks to MFP co-founder Kimberly Griffin and Donna Ladd.
MFP Live - March 18, 2021:
Michelle Duster, great-grandaughter of Ida B. Wells, visits with MFP’s Publisher Kimberly Griffin and Editor Donna Ladd about her great-grandmother’s legacy.
March 11, 2021: Dr. Nina Washington & Dr. Kimberly Smash
Dr. Nina Washington and Dr. Kimberly Smash sit down with MFP’s Publisher Kimberly Griffin and Editor Donna Ladd to discuss how COVID is affecting the Black community and some of the solutions to take on those challenges.
February 25, 2021:
Donna Ladd and John McGee of the Mississippi Free Press speak with Scott Colom, district attorney for Lowndes County. They conversation covers innocent people on death row, issues with drug arrests and many other topics.
January 28, 2021:
Rep. Kabir Karriem
Donna Talks with Kabir Karriem, a Mississippi representative from Columbus, Miss. Rep. Karriem has a passion for criminal justice reform, medical reform and a host of issues to address poverty and opportunity in the state.
January 14, 2021:
Donna talks with Charlie Butts, who was one of the editors of the original Mississippi Free Press, a Civil Rights-era newspaper with multiracial staff and management that become one of the largest weekly papers in the state of Mississippi.
December 17, 2020:
Heather McTeer Toney
Donna talks with Heather McTeer Toney, the senior director of Mom’s Clean Air Force, an environmental nonprofit. Toney has previously served with the EPA under the Obama Administration. She was the first Black mayor (and first woman mayor) of Greenville, Miss.
December 3, 2020:
Black Women and Covid-19 Project Members
Donna talks with Azia Wiggins, Kimberly Griffin and DeAnna Tisdale Johnson about the Black Women and COVID-19 project that the Mississippi Free Press and the Jackson Advocate are partnering to publish.
Nov. 18, 2020:
Donna talks with Christopher Freeze about trauma-informed policing and leadership. Freeze is the former FBI Agent in Charge for Mississippi and former head of the Mississippi Department of Human Services, now a leadership coach and speaker.
November 4, 2020:
Donna talks about the election with Teresa Jones, a young Mississippi political operative who was the political director for Michael Bloomberg’s presidential campaign in Mississippi.