Less than a square mile in total area, the city of Mound Bayou, Mississippi even now stands for release, freedom, and a promised land for the descendants of formerly enslaved people. Founded in 1887, Mound Bayou’s population is 98 percent African-American, one of the largest of any community in the United States, according to the… Read More The Promise of Mound Bayou
I have never liked this person and i cared even less when i found out he played football there and i think he might be from there(Mississippi)too! If you are a caucasian from that place specific then you understand the culture of racism and participate in it whether you want to or not because that… Read More Brett Favre’s Legacy: Stealing from the Poor!
Mississippi has businesses but without cheap labor it has a huge problem.The MDOC came up with a win win situation for the local businesses,farms and Department of Corrections: Hybrid Slavery! How the state’s “restitution/slavery program forces poor people to work off small debts. They needed a way to put black males and females back into… Read More Debtors Prison: A modified form of Slavery!They are running a Hybrid slave system!
by Similoluwa Ojurongbe At Hampton National Historic Park in Maryland, “Black History Month is every month.” But this month they decided to try something new. Guests had the opportunity to be a ‘Slave for a Day’. Kids were able to do some of the things that slaves did so that they… Read More Be a ‘Slave for a Day’: Controversial black history event held by National Park
The black community in Greenwood, Miss., is on edge and angry after the death of Frederick Jermaine Carter who was 26 years old and found hanging from a tree in what authorities have labeled to be a suicide. The community, though, isn’t buying the police’s story and claims that he was actually murdered. The Final… Read More Frederick Jermaine Carter Victim of a Hanging!?!?
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