6/19-20/2020 Jackson MS.
James Meredith, civil rights icon and the first Black to attend Ole Miss University speaks with a reporter from Reuters News Agency at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. Also pictured is Meredith wife Judy. Photos in their home from 6/20/2020 interview.
May 28, 2020 5/28/2020 Jackson, MS
Mississippi native son and civil rights icon, James Meredith, 86, speaks about Covid -19 and how the world will never be the same. He also spoke about the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota and how it is another example of "holding down a black man," oppression and racism in America. James stresses that it is time for African American Christians to stand up and raise the moral character of their race and lead and by example. He feels the first step is to follow the golden rules and 10 commandments and Mississippi is the center of the Universe. He also stated that it is imperative the African American community votes, in all elections. James will be turning 87 on June 25th and plans on starting his last mission from God then and self publishing his 28th book. His mission involves him traveling to all 82 counties in Mississippi and spreading his message from God and his plan to fix the black/white race issue in America. Photo ©Suzi Altman