Dr. Wilma Mosley Clopton at the Legacy of the Black Press discussion at JSU


Dr. Wilma Mosley Clopton (right) recently participated in the Legacy of the Black Press discussion at Jackson State University. Pictured with her are Jackie Hampton of the Mississippi Link (left) and Alice Tisdale of the Jackson Advocate (center). Special thanks to Tameka Garrett for sharing this picture.

Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton at the Planet Forward Storyfest Competition

We recently sponsored a student group that received 4th place honorable mention in the Planet Forward Storyfest Competition. The group, comprised of Jackson State University and Tougaloo College students, was a joint project with the two schools. Our own Dr. Wilma E. Mosley Clopton was invited to participate in the collaborative project by Dr. Shameka Cathey of Tougaloo College. Dr. Clopton helped the students create a film that discussed the innovative measures being taken in Mississippi to improve the general health of the State’s population. The documentary, “Save our Farms, Save our Families”, examines the correlation between the decrease in family farms and the increase in health issues.