In celebration of The Mississippi Link’s 23rd anniversary, three former editors of the paper shared what it meant for them to lead this publication. OTHOR CAIN Other Cain, whose noontime chats on Facebook are now […]
The Mississippi Link Newswire Funeral services for Mary Ann Marshall, 86, the mother of former Mississippi Link editor Gail H. M. Brown, will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, at Rosebank M.B. Church, […]
First Lady Bryant cuts ribbon to kick off Central Mississippi’s walk The Mississippi Link Newswire Central Mississippians took steps in the right direction as hundreds gathered in downtown Jackson Saturday, September 13, to participate in […]
By Ayesha K. Mustafaa
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s today. Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Its symptoms usually develop slowly and get worse over time, becoming severe enough to interfere with daily tasks. Memory loss is the most severe and recognizable symptom… […]
By Ayesha K. Mustafaa
As the 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Mississippi was set to begin, former editor of The Mississippi Link, Gail Brown, whose father succumbed to this dreaded disease, put out the rallying call:
“Alzheimer’s is like a robber that goes in and out of the homes of families, stealing its victims’ memory and quality of life.” … […]
The Mississippi Link Editor, Gail Brown’s going away celebration was held on Friday, August 24. The event was held at The Mississippi Link office location, 2659 Livingston Road in Jackson, Mississippi.
Brown has taken a position as a director of a non profit program located in the Mississippi delta. […]
By Jackie Hampton
When Gail M. Brown became editor of The Mississippi Link four and a half years ago, she said the opportunity was a blessing that came when she and her family needed it most.
It is the opinion of The Mississippi Link that Brown joined the staff… […]
I must take better care of this body By Gail M. Brown Editor COMMENTARY For the past several years, the Community Students Learning Center (CSLC) of Lexington has held an event called “Community Awareness Day” […]