ProPublica: Mississippi says poor defendants must always have a lawyer. Few courts are ready to deliver.
Mississippi's new rule mandating lawyers for poor criminal defendants faces challenges as courts struggle to implement comprehensive plans for indigent defense.
Whitney Batteast founded Pickles & Popsicles to support Black mothers and combat maternal health disparities, partnering with Mississippi Urban League.
An accessible and high-quality early childhood care and education system in Mississippi is crucial for children’s economic development, workforce preparation and long-term success.
Aisha Nyandoro leads Springboard to Opportunities, a nonprofit providing programs for families in affordable housing, advocating for guaranteed income and policy changes to ...
Mississippi has developed its own unique Essential Practices learning model as part of a statewide effort to achieve best practices in quality early ...
Five years ago, the Two Mississippi Museums – the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and the Museum of Mississippi History – opened in Jackson, ...
Biloxi Public Schools has more student success to celebrate: Mississippi school district ranks 12th in state
Biloxi Public Schools continues to celebrate student academic achievement, boosting an A rating and ranking 12th in the state in the 2020-21 Mississippi ...
The Mississippi Black Women’s Roundtable (MSBWR) equips, trains and mobilizes Black women with knowledge, tools and opportunity to access their own power.