“Who’s Responsible For What’s Happening at Parchman?": A Historical Analysis of Mississippi’s Prisons
by Michael Murphy
These recent deaths at Parchman have a long historical tradition in Mississippi state-run institutions and are linked to underfunding and lack of support by the state government.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Featuring the research of Marc Levine, an emeritus professor of history at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.
by Victoria Torres
Major corporations have stepped into the gap as federal and state arts and humanities budgets are slashed.
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