Getting Answers: Congressional Field Hearing on Immigration Raids

November 13, 2019 in News

By Levell Williams, Contributing Writer,   On August 7, 2019 the first day of school, nearly 700 Mississippi Hispanic and Latino poultry employees were arrested at seven poultry industries in […]

The Black Press survives and thrives

November 13, 2019 in News

By Dr. Jerry Komia Domatob, Contributing Writer, This is a vital and prototypical epoch in human history, when ardent cynics and pessimists disparage the black press. This negative attitude is […]

AT&T launches “Believe Mississippi” Initiative across the state

November 13, 2019 in News

By Jackie Hampton, Publisher, On Tuesday AT&T launched its’ “Believe Mississippi” initiatve to help fight hunger and food disparities in communities across the state. The launch took place in  Jackson, […]

Jackson State University 2017‐18 Institutional Profile

October 31, 2019 in News

Download PDF Metric Explanations Academic Year 2017‐18 (AY2017‐18) – The Institutional Profile is for the 2017‐18 academic year and includes the Summer 2017, Fall 2017, and Spring 2018 terms. Some […]

Archie’s District 2 place of residence in question

October 30, 2019 in News

By Othor Cain, Editor, For the second time in this election cycle David Archie defeated Darrel McQuirter in the Hinds County Supervisor District 2 race. Archie who was the top […]

Former Congressman John Conyers has died at 90

October 30, 2019 in News

By Frederick H. Lowe, TriceEdneyWire.com, John Conyers, Jr. the longest serving African-American member of Congress and co-founder in 1969 of the Congressional Black Caucus, died Sunday, October 27, 2019, at […]

Commentary: Your Vote Matters

October 30, 2019 in News

By Oleta Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Children’s Defense, Fund- Southern Regional Office, Mississippi heroes like Fannie Lou Hamer and Medgar Evers fought, bled and died, because they knew your vote matters. […]

Happy 6th Birthday Katrina Myricks

October 23, 2019 in News

By Othor Cain, Editor, A thriver in education, Katrina Myricks is a business professor at Holmes Community College. A thriver in community service, Myricks is a former chapter president of […]