The Mississippi Center for Justice is a nonprofit, public interest law firm committed to advancing racial and economic justice. Supported and staffed by attorneys and other professionals, the Center develops and pursues strategies to combat discrimination and poverty statewide.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 29, 2021 Contact: Patrick Taylor, email@example.com Jackson, Mississippi – This weekend, the nation’s eviction moratorium is set to expire. The Mississippi Center for Justice, which operates the state’s only COVID-19 eviction prevention hotline and has helped hundreds of individuals and......July 29, 2021 In the News Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JULY 29, 2021 Contact: Patrick Taylor, Mississippi Center for Justice, firstname.lastname@example.org Since the University of Mississippi’s controversial decision to terminate the tenure-track contract of History Professor Garrett Felber in December of 2020, the University and Felber have reached a settlement......July 29, 2021 In the News Press Release
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI – On Friday, in an action brought by several Southern states including Mississippi, a federal judge in Texas ruled that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is illegal and immediately blocked the Department of Homeland Security from approving any new applications. The Court,......July 21, 2021 In the News Press Release
National HIV Testing Day is observed annually on June 27th to encourage individuals to be vigilant in knowing their status. According to HIV.gov, It is estimated that 1 in 7 people in the United States is living with HIV and unaware of their status. This year’s......June 27, 2021 Blog