Brown is first African American woman to sit on Mississippi federal bench
History in the state where the first African American woman holds a seat on the U.S. District Court.
Editorial Rita Howell 7/15/2014
The message was from an editor who was trying to track down a young woman who'd been interviewed by their reporter and photographed some months previously at a blues festival in the Delta.
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Mass. High Court Nominee Hines OK'd
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Officials talk school funding at Mississippi Municipal League conference
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New Book 'Poetry by Simon' is Released
The ability to convey one's thoughts and perceptions in life through poetry requires a sensitive soul and a love for the written word - two qualities that author Roy Lee Simon Jarmon exhibits in " Poetry by Simon ".