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Topic - Michael Schwerner
Mississippi lawmakers are honoring civil rights activists as the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer approaches.
A building in Meridian that once served as a gathering point for those working to register blacks to vote and planning of civil rights activities in East Mississippi in the 1960s is coming down.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a rehearing request from Edgar Ray Killen, convicted in 2005 for the 1964 slayings of three civil rights workers in Mississippi.
Amid late 2010's snowstorms and champagne toasts, most folks likely missed a truly stunning comment by a high-profile U.S. journalist. Katie Couric's words epitomize the ignorance and politically correct blindness that befall too many of America's media elite.
It was a cowboy to the rescue when a 7-year-old boy fell into an abandoned water well in southwest Arkansas.