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Sereta Richardson reveals the humiliation, futility, and deep bias she encountered while part of the police force. Her story of her brother's unnecessary death is heartbreaking and angering. Her solution is perfect.
west elm works with a Mississippi upholstery workshop to handcraft furniture using traditional techniques -- from woodworking to tailoring -- right here in the USA! See how this truly creative partnership begins with a design, passes it through the hands of skilled artisans, and ends with a finished product to be proud of. Through 2015, west elm has made a commitment to paying $35 million directly to artisans and hand-crafters around the world. We're directly impacting the lives of 4,500 artisan workers and 18,000 family members. Browse all of our Mississippi-made furniture: http://bit.ly/1bnQfCt Subscribe to our Youtube channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/westelm
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Andrew Pruett of the University of Mississippi Medical Center discusses how a partnership with ANSYS is improving their integrative model of human physiology, giving physicians a personalized healthcare tool to make patient-specific treatment options clearer and outcomes better.
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Produced for FMR by award-winning local filmmakers John Kaul and Tom Reiter, and narrated by Minnesota Public Radio's Steve Seel, this 30-minute documentary tells the story of how one man’s vision — combined with smart citizen advocacy and effective political leadership — created the Mississippi River's first and only national park right here in the Twin Cities. This designation, initiated locally by self-proclaimed "river rat" Tom Kelley and championed at the federal level by Sen. David Durenberger and Rep. Bruce Vento, sparked the local river renaissance we enjoy today — a river that is thriving with fish and bald eagles, a river increasingly connected to our communities via parks and trails, a river seen as an asset instead of a convenient dumping ground. Learn more, and join the eff...
The Golden Triangle Early College High School (GTECHS) is Mississippi’s first early college high school. Opening in fall 2015, GTECHS is a partnership among the Mississippi Department of Education, Mississippi State University, and East Mississippi Community College, which houses the school on its Mayhew campus. GTECHS serves five school districts in northeast Mississippi. As an early college high school, GTECHS offers students the opportunity to earn college credit throughout their four years of high school. This means GTECHS graduates can earn an associate’s degree while in high school.