Sprouts:History of Voting in Mississippi  
Series: Title: Sub-title:
Sprouts  History of Voting in Mississippi    
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
Sprouts  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
Heather Gray, along with Ernest Dunkley, of the Just Peace program on the Pacifica affiliate station, WRFG in Atlanta, Georgia, interview Mississippi activist Wendell Paris about Mississippi politics and activism history prior to the midterm election runoff for the US Senate between the democratic candidate Mike Espy and the Republican candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith. Wendell has a long history of civil right work. He worked with the Federation of Southern Cooperatives at its 1,000 acre training center in west Alabama and as the field director of the NAACP in Mississippi. While now serving as a pastor in Mississippi, he continues with his activism.   Wendell Paris - long time activist in Mississippi 
Notes: Credits:
Sprouts is a weekly collaborative program that showcases local stories produced by community radio stations and grassroots media groups around the world. The program is coordinated and distributed by Pacifica Radio and offered free to all radio stations. For information, or to feature your work on Sprouts, contact Ursula Ruedenberg: ursula@pacifica.org.   Heather gray of WRFG-Fm in Atlanta, Georgia  
News | Politics and Activism | Poverty and Wealth | Elections | Governance / Law | Human Rights | Voting Rights | Political Parties | United States | Racism  
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Transcript, Announcer Script Location Recorded Release Date Language
View Script    12-12-2018  English 
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sprouts  128Kbps mp3 (26.55MB) Mono 


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