Now You're Talking with Marshall Ramsey
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey: Judge William Alsup- "Won Over"
Our guest today has dedicated his life to transforming the nation’s consciousness on race through law, social science and the arts. Judge William Alsup is here to talk with us about his new memoir, “Won Over”. A story of a boy born in Mississippi to parents who believed in segregation and that boy’s journey, during the epic events of the civil rights movement, over to the right side.
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey | Remembering Charles Evers
Charles Evers, older brother of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers, was described as an opinionated, outspoken man who wasn't afraid to shake up the status quo. On Wednesday July 22nd 2020, Charles Evers passed away at 97 yrs old. Today we’re taking a look at his life and his role in helping change politics in the South with guests, Civil Rights Pioneer, Dr. Flonzie Brown Wright, and Dr. Corey Wiggins, Executive Director of the Mississippi State Conference NAACP.For more information about the MS Chapter of the NAACP visit http://naacpms.org/
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey | Back To School
As districts begin releasing back-to-school plans and students begin to prepare to return to the classroom many teachers, parents and educators throughout MS have concerns.Here today to share his school’s reopening plans is Pearl High School Principal, Chris Chism plus educator's Kristopher McDill and Alice Brezeale talk about their plans on how they are preparing to return to the classroom.For more information about Viritual Mississippi LLC, visit: www.virtualmisssissippi.org
Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey | MS State Flag Removal Reflections
Today on "Now You're Talking" Marshall speaks with Senator Hillman Frazier and Pamela Joiner, Director of theTwo MS Museums about their thoughts and reflections on the change of the MS State Flag, the retirement ceremonyand the future of Mississippi.For more information about the Two MS Museums visit https://www.mdah.ms.gov/2MM/