mississippi center for justice
June 8, 2022 -
With midterm elections now underway, efforts to restore voting rights to people with felony convictions are continuing across the South.
October 25, 2019 -
A lawsuit challenging Mississippi's unusual system for electing statewide offices, imposed to disenfranchise African Americans after Reconstruction, could still be working its way through the courts when voters cast ballots next month in the state's first competitive gubernatorial race in years.
November 7, 2013 -
The national debate over "Obamacare" rages on, but whose voices are being heard? Not those of black teenagers in the impoverished Mississippi Delta -- at least until now.
April 20, 2012 -
An independent audit ordered by the U.S. Department of Justice finds that the Gulf Coast Claims Facility owes more than $64 million in additional payments to individuals and businesses for oil spill damages.