Newsroom from the Taproom: Hattiesburg

Thursday, September 20

Editor-in-Chief R.L. Nave sits down for a live interview with Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker. We’ll have time for a Q&A with the audience, and of course, tasty SoPro brews will be on tap.

Southern Prohibition

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Mississippi ExPat Project: Austin
September 26
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Newsroom from the Taproom: Greenville
Friday, October 19
Millennials are at the heart of revitalization in downtown Greenville. Let’s gather the eve of the annual Hot Tamale Festival for a panel discussion on the future of the Delta—there will be dancing, too!
Mighty Mississippi Brewery
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Mississippi ExPat Project: New Orleans
November 2018
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Mississippi ExPat Project: Nashville, Atlanta, Washington, D.C.
TBD in 2019
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Past EVENTS

Live with Joe + Mika 

Friday, September 14, 2018 — Mississippi Today hosted a dynamic conversation with Joe and Mika and author Jon Meacham, where Joe and Mika took questions from the audience during an hour-long program at the Gertrude C. Ford Center on the campus of the Univerisity of Mississippi in Oxford. Welcoming remarks were given by Andy Lack.

People, Politics & the Press

Saturday, July 14, 2018 — People, Politics and the Press was an unprecedented collaboration between the Mississippi Humanities Council, Mississippi Public Broadcasting, Mississippi Press Association Education Foundation, Clarion Ledger and Mississippi Today. The one-day civic engagement summit featured nationally recognized names in media, as well as the region’s best reporters and political analysts for panel discussions, lectures and open format conversations exploring the crucial role journalism plays in creating informed citizens and a healthy democracy.

Hope & Fury Screening

Tuesday, April 3, 2018 — Mississippi Today hosted a partial screening and discussion of the upcoming documentary “Hope & Fury: MLK, the Movement and the Media” at the Two Mississippi Museums.