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Black Leaders in Mississippi Say Thad Cochran Should Now Return the Favor
Black leaders in Mississippi say Sen. Thad Cochran should repay the favor after African-Americans h...


Some Black Miss. Voters Cross Party Line for GOP Candidate
Some Black Democrats and independents in Mississippi are planning to vote for incumbent Republican ...


Michael Ealy to Play Civil Rights Activist in New Film
Actor to portray Biloxi doctor who successfully sued Mississippi....


Mike Epps Embarks on After Dark Tour
The comedy show is dubbed an experience for the "grown and sexy crowd."...


This Day in Black History: Sept. 16, 1925
On Sept. 16, 1925, legendary blues musician Riley “B.B.” King was born on a cotton plantation in It...


Mississippi School-to-Prison Pipeline Continues to Outrage
Federal civil rights attorneys are suing the city of Meridian, Mississippi, and others for operatin...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 1, 1962
James Meredith became the first Black student to register at the University of Mississippi on Oct. ...


This Day in Black History: May 30, 1943
James Chaney, a civil rights activist whose murder by Ku Klux Klansman spurred national outcry, was...


Mixtape Review: Big K.R.I.T., See Me On Top 4
Big K.R.I.T. comes correct on the beats and the mic with latest effort...


Big K.R.I.T. Announces Release of New Album, CADILLACTICA
A 35-second trailer introduces Mississippi rapper's sophomore LP....


How Black Barbershops Are Improving Men’s Heart Health
Mississippi initiative aims at testing men for high blood pressure....


This Day in Black History: March 14, 1977
Voting rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer died on March 14, 1977, in Mound Bayou, Mississippi....


At Ole Miss, Black Students Remain Troubled by Recent Racist Incidents
Black students remain troubled by racist incidents at the University of Mississippi....


This Day in Black History: Nov. 20, 1977
Walter Payton sets the NFL single-game rushing record with 275 yards on Nov. 20, 1977....


Commentary: Why The “Cured” Baby Won’t Really Impact HIV/AIDS in the U.S.
News of a baby being cured of HIV is hopeful for babies and youth, but the treatment won't cure HIV...


Scientists Say Baby Born With HIV Apparently Cured
A baby born with the virus that causes AIDS appears to have been cured, scientists announced Sunday...


Mississippi Ranks Number One in Obesity
According to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the folks w...


This Day in Black History: Nov. 3, 1983
Jesse Jackson announced that he would run for president of the United States on Nov. 3, 1983....


From Mississippi, Tales of Family Rejection and Government Neglect
HIV/AIDS advocates in Mississippi attended AIDS Action in Mississippi summit to express frustration...


Commentary: Mississippi Hate Crimes Send a Chilling Message
The recent spike in racially motivated attacks tells us that some people would rather resort to vio...

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