Mississippi

Robust Community Meeting at Cade Chapel

By Christopher Young, Contributing Writer, About two hundred residents gathered at 6 p.m. Monday at Cade Chapel Missionary Baptist...

NNPA president joins North Carolina activists to commemorate...

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent, When Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. arrived in Warren County 40 years ago, the Oxford...

The right of dissent

By Christopher Young, Contributing Writer, About six months ago I was discussing the racial composition of the Supreme Court of Mississippi...

Malcolm X becomes 1st black honoree in Nebraska Hall of...

The Associated Press, Fifteen years after being rejected as too controversial, Malcolm X is the first black honoree to be inducted...

Commentary: What you can’t see in Jackson

By Christopher Young, Contributing Writer, What do you see when a city is your home? It’s quite a lengthy list. Grown-ups and children...

Community voices heard loud and clear at College Hill

By Christopher Young, Contributing Writer, Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba held a community meeting at College Hill Baptist Church Tuesday...

Jewell Bronaugh, U. S. Deputy Secretary Department of Agriculture,...

By Janice K. Neal-Vincent, Ph.D., Contributing Writer, Deputy Secretary Jewell Bronaugh is a champion for America’s rural communities,...

Jackson’s rising opera star has ‘no limits’ as he soars...

By Edison T. Brown, III, Contributing Writer, A diverse crowd of supporters, family, friends and educators gathered Saturday evening,...

Commentary: State Auditor White’s office is full of activity

By Christopher Young, Contributing Writer, You’ve got to hand it to our state auditor, Shadrack “Shad” White, because he is a report...

At the fork of the stream

By Jack Brook, Brown Alumni Magazine, In 1985, Emma Simmons ’91 MD, ’06 MPH, then a 16-year-old high school junior, needed a physical...

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