Judah School of Performing Arts honors Black History Month with ‘Journey to Freedom’ production

March 9, 2017 in Entertainment

By Janice K. Neal-Vincent Contributing Writer Judah school of Performing Arts debuted its ‘Journey to Freedom’ production, written and directed by Monica Jones, at Northwest Rankin High School Performing Arts […]

Living Legends

February 18, 2016 in News, Religion

Program honors icons of Black History in state By Natalie Bell Contributing Writer For one amazing evening Feb. 11,  family and friends, distinguished guests and members of the public joined […]

Reflecting on Ayers case, Atty. Madison

February 18, 2016 in News

By Stephanie R. Jones Contributing Writer Isaiah Madison’s name might not be one that readily comes to mind but his impact on higher education in Mississippi is as remarkable as […]

Prentiss Institute alumni going strong

February 4, 2016 in Education, News

School founded in 1907 for Blacks By Natalie Bell Special to The Mississippi Link The incredible resilience of black Mississippians in the era of racial segregation still resonates at Prentiss […]

Obama celebrates Black History Month, ahead of Selma visit

February 27, 2015 in News

By STACY A. ANDERSON WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Thursday celebrated what he called “the central role that African-Americans have played in every aspect of American life.”Obama was joined […]

Black History Month – A Time to Know Who You Are

February 17, 2015 in Columns, Editorials, News, Opinion

As a very young boy, I would love to wake up on Saturday mornings and watch Tarzan starring Johnny Weissmuller. The programs were all re-runs from the 1930’s and 40’s […]

African Americans We Must Do Better!!!

November 11, 2014 in Education

African Americans, Black History Month is in February.  It hasn’t changed, so please my Black Brothers and Sisters, let us not waste another 28 days sitting on the dock of […]

Black History Month is not dead

September 30, 2014 in Education, Entertainment, News, Opinion

An open letter to the more than 42 million African Americans in these United States. By Pastor Jimmy Terry, Sr.