The Rethink Mississippi Fellowship continues our work in solving this state’s biggest challenges, especially around the retention of young people. To do this, we will invest in five millennial Mississippians who have the ideas and passion to make their communities more livable, inclusive, and dynamic for the next generation. Together, they’ll be our first cohort of Community Catalysts. Learn more and find the application here.
East Biloxi residents are still struggling to recover from Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill. Community organizations are doing their part to promote economic stability, but state policymakers need to lift unnecessary burdens.
As Faulkner instructs, the past is never dead. But lingering Confederate sympathy among Mississippians – flaring in the wake of the University of Mississippi's diversity and inclusion report – proves that it is often misremembered.