Ep. 117: Young Black activists seek to reframe Mississippi’s narrative

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Jarrius Adams, a 23-year-old activist, is one of several young Mississippians working to influence politics and policy in the state. Adams, who co-organized Jackson’s massive Black Lives Matter protest in June, joins Mississippi Today Editor-in-Chief Adam Ganucheau to discuss why he’s doing the work and forecast what he hopes the future could look like.

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