He Was Sentenced to Only Two Days in Jail, a Lawsuit Says. Three Months Later, He Killed Himself in His Cell.
Robert Wayne Johnson's wife is suing a Mississippi county, saying he was held past his release date and not provided with mental healthcare.
This Doctor Is Fighting the AIDS Epidemic Spreading Among Black Men
Few populations are more at risk of contracting HIV than black men in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Leandro Mena runs a clinic there that fights back against this crisis.
Did the Death of a Mississippi Mayor End a Great Experiment in African American Liberation?
Revolutionary Mayor Chokwe Lumumba made Jackson a model of new African American politics and economics—a form of resistance more durable than protest.