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That’s the enduring impression that has never left me from being in the presence of Vivian, a man who was the essence of humbleness yet a luminary in the fight for social justice for over six decades. He is not as well known among the general public as other famous civil rights “warriors,” such as John Lewis, Medgar Evers and Diane Nash, even though he marched with Dr. The words that Vivian wrote at the end of his prologue titled, “When We Came Out of Slavery,” summarizes what I have always maintained was the core of the civil rights movement: faith in Christ and genuine love for one’s fellow man. In describing a ring that he designed with a family crest, Vivian explained that one would see a cross if they looked closely enough. He then stated that it was the cross that “undergirded us in slavery” and “undergirded us in peonage and coming out of it. They had the audacity to love their enemies in the face of callous hatred and heartless violence.
It was this love through Christ that enabled Vivian, and Jim Lawson, also an ordained minister, to respond with “compassion” when “confrontation arose” as they prepared young, Black college students in Nashville, Tennessee, for sit-ins to desegregate the downtown lunch counters of Woolworth’s, S. It was also moving to read how Vivian resisted harboring animosity as he shared very difficult life experiences. He tells of how his oldest son, Cordy Tindell Vivian Jr. 1955, in Nashville, and was denied being placed in an incubator because the doctors said they did not have one for Black babies. Cordy was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and died at age 54 in 2010. Throughout his memoir, it is evident how grace followed Vivian in times of extreme hardship, and hopefully his story will inspire the next generation of social justice activists to advocate for equality in the spirit of love that he did. In addition to his faith, I believe that Vivian triumphed because he was always thinking about the welfare of the people he was fighting for. One of the many lessons he taught that is still valuable today is to ask ourselves if what we are doing is serving others.
Vivian’s service was truly the hallmark of his life. Johnson teaches English composition at Ohio State Lima and writes for Creators Syndicate. 1,000 bonus to all sworn law enforcement officers employed by state agencies. This one time payment at Christmas time will be a small recognition of the service of those who put their safety on the line every single day,” he said. There are about 1,750 sworn, state-employed law enforcement officers, Reeves said. 50 million in CARES Act funds the legislature appropriated to the governor’s office.
The officers work for a variety of agencies, but most are employed by the Mississippi Department of Public Safety. Mississippi’s law enforcement officers have been through a lot over the last couple of years, but despite it all they have endured,” Reeves said. Only officers employed by the state prior to Nov. 30 are eligible for the payment. Mississippi Highway Patrol Trooper Craig James said it is humbling that the governor thought about law enforcement officers and the pay can offset some holiday season costs. My wife has been picking up extra shifts.
Maybe she can knock that back a little bit with this money. Reeves did not announce bonuses for other state employees and said law enforcement officers were especially deserving because they didn’t have remote work options. Reeves has previously championed his decision to keep Mississippi schools open during most of the pandemic, requiring teachers to hold in-person classes. Lawmakers from both parties have advocated for using American Rescue Plan Act funds to give hazard pay to nurses in the state. 36,500, according to the Southern Regional Education Board. Broad sweeping characterizations about who they are and what they stand for simply based on their line of work,” Reeves said. Some have called policing inherently and intentionally racist. Reeves praised officers’ professionalism in the face of what he called “dangerous rhetoric” from Democratic politicians and the liberal media.
All three levels of Mississippi government are controlled by Republicans, and have been since 2012. Asked how COVID-19 has impacted working conditions for highway patrolmen, James said not much has changed. Sometimes that entails wearing masks, in and out of that, and just just doing the job as always. Tindell estimated 50 first responders, including firefighters and sheriff’s deputies, have died from COVID-19 during the pandemic. Reeves said he hopes cities and counties will follow his lead and provide hazard pay to their law enforcement employees. Last month, the Hinds County Board of Supervisors approved premium pay for its staff, which includes sheriff’s deputies and corrections officers, using federal COVID-19 relief funds. Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property.
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Staci Turner, previously the state’s interim chief medical examiner, is stepping into the role, Mississippi Public Safety Commissioner Sean Tindell announced Wednesday. Turner joined the state medical examiner’s office in January 2020 as the first full-time pathologist in south Mississippi at the start of what would become one of the deadliest years in state history. There were 578 homicides in Mississippi in 2020, a state of 3 million, compared with 440 in 2019 and 389 in 2018. Pathologists were dealing with an increased workload at the same time as they were trying to whittle down a backlog of unfinished autopsy reports. Tindell said in September there were 1,600 pending reports, some dating back to 2015. Turner gained a reputation with coroners and within the medical examiner’s office as being dependable and timely with reports.
Forrest County Coroner Butch Benedict said. We finally got somebody that can communicate with us and help us out. We’re excited to have her down there. She’s really doing a great job. She was was named interim chief medical examiner after the departure of former head, Dr. He had worked at State Medical Examiner’s office for around a decade. Tindell did not say why Levaughn was put on leave.
He has since been back at the medical examiner’s office working part time, finishing up old reports and cases. Prior to coming to Mississippi, Turner served as the regional deputy chief medical examiner for the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences. She also previously served as the assistant medical examiner at Forensic Medical in Nashville, Tennessee, and as the medical examiner for the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences. Turner received her medical degree from the University of Kentucky and completed pathology residency training at the University of Kentucky. She also completed the forensic pathology fellowship program at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas. She will be one of three pathologists in the state conducting autopsies at the medical examiner’s office.
Currently, Turner and another doctor in Jackson are the only state of Mississippi employees performing autopsies. The state also uses private contractors to help with the workload. Ariane Robison was hired to join the medical examiner’s office as a third pathologist performing autopsies. Robison will be a deputy medical examiner. Robison received her medical degree from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany. She completed a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Department of Pathology in Baltimore. She completed pathology residency training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, and forensic pathology training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Tindell said the state has hired a director for the state medical examiner’s office that will allow the chief medical examiner to focus on doing autopsies instead of the day-to-day operations of the medical examiner’s office.
Kristy Simmons is serving in the director role. Simmons has served with the state medical examiner’s office for more than 15 years as a chief pathology technician, administrator and investigator. The state has also hired four medical examiner investigators, created as a result of legislation passed during the 2021 legislative session. Medical examiner investigators aren’t doctors, but they do have a medical background, such as in nursing, emergency services or forensics. They work as liaisons between the coroners and the doctors and assist with death investigations. Report for America Statehouse News Initiative. Report for America is a nonprofit national service program that places journalists in local newsrooms to report on undercovered issues. The Mississippi Department of Public Safety has abruptly rescinded a policy that would have simplified the process for people to change their gender listing on their driver’s license or state-issued identification card.
The change would have erased the requirement for an amended birth certificate. The newspaper first reported on the state’s simplified policy Tuesday. But by Wednesday, some transgender people said they found out the new form was not being accepted. Department of Public Safety spokesperson Chris Vignes sent a statement to the Sun Herald, saying Raymond’s memo about a policy change was not authorized by Public Safety Commissioner Sean Tindell and was sent without Tindell’s knowledge. Vignes declined to say when Raymond’s memo was rescinded and whether the department will reissue the form. He also did not explain how Tindell could not have known about the form and memo, which were issued after a lawsuit that named Tindell as a defendant. Both documents were endorsed by at least one member of Tindell’s top leadership team and a Department of Public Safety attorney. Ashley Williams, who is transgender, said she went to a driver’s license bureau in northern Mississippi on Wednesday with her completed form to change the gender listing on her license.
Everyone was as nice as they could be to me about it. I’m just upset with the system. Raymond’s memo followed a lawsuit filed Oct. 21 by Alexandra Dogwood, a transgender woman who was denied a license transfer in Hattiesburg because the gender marker on her Missouri license differed from that on her birth certificate. The Sun Herald listened to a recording of a phone call last Friday between Dogwood, her attorney Matthew Lawrence, and Deputy Commissioner of Operations Keith Davis, who was hired by Tindell and is a member of his six-person leadership team. Davis said he believed Dogwood had been the first person to file a legal complaint over the issue. Department of Public Safety attorney Eric Brown also participated on the call. Your Event We are dedicated to building a customized event for each client.
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We obviously know to get there is very difficult, so we feel lucky that we’re here. We’re happy to be here, but we know they’re a tough matchup for us, for sure. Little separated Duxbury and Scituate in their first go-around with the Dragons coming away with a narrow 27-26 win. It’s the only game Duxbury has played all season to be decided by single digits. Fourth-quarter miscues ultimately punished the Sailors in that loss with Scituate missing an extra-point attempt and fumbling a snap away in Duxbury territory. Now, a rematch with Duxbury offers up the opportunity for the Sailors to avenge that defeat. I think the kids want to have that opportunity.
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With both teams residing in the Patriot League, albeit in different divisions, Devine is very familiar with Duxbury’s dominance and the Dragons success on this elevated stage. Duxbury, who won its 13th straight Keenan Division crown by beating Marshfield on Thanksgiving and hasn’t suffered a league loss since 2008, is in search of its fourth Super Bowl title since 2010. The Dragons last appeared in a Super Bowl in 2019, but fell to Springfield Central. But Devine feels his team is a worthy challenger to the powerhouse Dragons with the Sailors looking to capture their second state championship since 2018. Duxbury is where you want to be. You want to be able to get your program to the success that Duxbury’s had. For us to be able to play Duxbury for a state title is pretty amazing.
With the two sides having already seen each other this season, there’s very little Duxbury and Scituate don’t know about one another. Landolfi said adjustments will need to be made from the first matchup with the Dragons preparing for the multiple offensive packages Scituate runs. As for Devine, it’s not as simple as going out and executing what they have done before, but he believes he can’t go overboard with trying to add in wrinkles to his team’s play, either. Some coaches have a different philosophy where they’re just going to do what they do and go. I sometimes as an offensive guy maybe get a little too in my own head where I’m trying to create different things and different matchups and different formations to confuse defenses. The Sailors’ defense, which has allowed 11. 5 points per game and is led by senior Shea Morley, certainly have plenty to get ready for when it comes to Duxbury’s high-powered, up-tempo spread offense. The Dragons have scored exactly 400 points this season, including averaging 39.
3 points per game in the postseason. Junior quarterback Matt Festa is the linchpin to Duxbury’s prolific attack. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Festa, who is committed to the University of Maryland for baseball, has thrown for an eye-popping 2,268 yards and 32 touchdowns. If that wasn’t enough, he has also rushed for 16 scores. The offensive line has done a tremendous job getting better every single week. They’re pretty intelligent young men so they do a nice job with the multiple fronts, knowing where to block and what changes need to be made. Scituate’s offense also shines with stars, starting with do-it-all threat senior Keegan Sullivan.
Sullivan leads the Sailors in rushing and is No. 2 on the team in receiving yards behind senior James Cannon, an offensive weapon in his own right with eight touchdown receptions. But they have some other really good players as well. So, it’s not like you can fully focus on him or they’ll get you somewhere else. After a razor-thin margin between the two teams in their first game, Duxbury and Scituate are set to add to their rivalry once more with a highly anticipated matchup that features the most coveted prize in Massachusetts high school football at stake. We’ll battle on the field and at the end we’ll shake hands and the rivalry will continue next year. Plan your day with personalized, voice-activated weather forecasts from real meteorologists. 2131 – Time To Trade: 715. The Mississippi Department of Public Safety recently announced that it has partnered with IDEMIA, a world-leading biometric and identity solutions provider, to introduce Mississippi Mobile ID to residents. Mississippi Mobile ID is a digital version of a physical driver’s license that will allow residents to control their identity via a free app on their smartphone. Mississippi Mobile ID will be voluntary, and residents can choose to continue to rely upon their physical ID. According to MDPS, Mississippi Mobile ID offers several advantages over physical identification, including convenience, security and privacy. Mississippi Mobile ID will give residents instant access to an up-to-date version of their driver’s license or ID. It can be used as a legal form of identity verification anywhere in the state that residents would usually show their driver’s license. While Mississippi Mobile ID will be voluntary, it is our belief that residents will find this new service to be convenient, secure, and private. Vicksburg’s driver’s license office is located at 1100 Grove St.
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