National Public Radio
How Do You Teach The Civil Rights Movement?
Note: As part of NPR's series on the summer of 1963, reporter Cory Turner headed to Jackson, Miss.
Re: NAACP Says Alleged Suicide May Be Mississippi Lynching
USA Today is reporting on an incident called a suicide by authorities, that the NAACP thinks may actually be a lynching.
In Trayvon Martin case, history's ghosts linger
In this Sept. 30, 1955 file photo, Roy Bryant, right, and his half-brother, J. W. Milam, second from right, walk down the steps of the Leflore County Courthouse in Greenwood, Miss.
Greenwood, Miss., tight end Sammie Epps committed to Ole Miss in March. Ever since, Epps, rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, has held firm.
The jazz world mourns the loss of pianist Mulgrew Miller
The jazz world lost a giant on Wednesday. Not only was pianist Mulgrew Miller big in size, but the impact he had on jazz and the young musicians trying to make their way through the music was the stuff of legends-it was important for him to teach and to listen, encourage others while holding true to his own musical convictions; he was a gift the ... (more)
The Huffington Post
Robin O'Bryant: Why My Kids Love Snail Mail
There are a lot of perks to raising kids in a small Southern town like Greenwood, MS.
The Memphis Flyer
His & Hers
Justin Fox Burks is one of the bloggers behind the Chubby Vegetarian, a talented photographer, and a dear friend of ours here at the Flyer .