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Mississippi Goddamn

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On September 6, 2021

Mississippi continues to impress its inability to even decently deal with its past. When it was notified this week that another sign commemorating Emmett Till had disappeared, the Emmett Till Interpre

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Cancel Culture!

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On August 1, 2021
I for one can’t believe that Bari Weiss and Thomas Chatterton Williams haven’t been all over the case of Garrett Felber, a leftist historian at the University of Mississippi fired for criticizing the institution’s racist actions, including working with the private prison industry. It’s almost as if they are complete hypocrites who exist primarily so […]
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No Privatized Infrastructure

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On March 16, 2021
I talked yesterday about the poisoning of the water supplies of Jackson, Mississippi by a government more concerned with Dr. Seuss books than with its own people, at least if they are Black. There is a lesson here on the national scale. In the upcoming infrastructure bill, which unfortunately is going to have to be […]
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