Former Rep. Justin Jones, D-Nashville, Rep. Gloria Johnson, D-Knoxville, and former Rep. Justin Pearson, D-Memphis, raises their hands outside the House chamber
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#TennesseeThree: Two Black Men And A White Woman Stand Up And Talk Back

“Watching racist members of the Tennessee Legislature bring all their power to silence who will now go into the history books as the #TennesseeThree is infuriating, familiar and exhilarating all at the same time,” Donna Ladd writes. “It is infuriating because this is what happens when people other than white men step up to exercise their First Amendment right to be loud and protest government decisions.”

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21 Years of Free Press Journalism in Mississippi
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21 Years of Free Press Journalism in Mississippi

“Thank God for people like you who understand that we aren’t a fly-by-night joint and who know and appreciate our 21 years of Free Press journalism done right in service of the people over power,” MFP Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer Kimberly Griffin writes.

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A white birthday cake with fruit on top and 3 lit candles
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MFP Turns 3! Help Build A FREE PRESS for ALL Mississippians

“If you can give, we’re grateful beyond measure, but we’re also grateful that you subscribe, follow us on social media and tell your friends about us,” Kimberly Griffin writes. “Everything counts when everything is on the line, and I think we can both agree that Mississippi has a lot at stake.” 

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A Free Press For All Mississippians: Center the People, and the People Will Follow

“We’re kicking off our spring fundraising campaign and the theme is … A Free Press for ALL Mississippians,” Publisher Kimberly Griffin writes. “We wanted a campaign name that focused on what your contribution means to our newsroom. Centering all Mississippians is the heart of our journalism. It’s what makes us different from all other media in the state.”

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