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The Mid-South Tribune’s 26th Annual Black History Month Line-up for 2021


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Front Page

  1. Editorial: “Big Tech Overseers of SiliKlan Valley Censor Non-Democrat Blacks in New Civil War, By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief. Article cont. on pages 4, 12, and 15.
  2. Democrat Party Continues 1712 Willie Lynch Doctrine to Control Blacks in 21st Century. Article cont. on page 5.
  3. “2020’s Election Problems Shouldn’t Turn into Law” by Kay James. Article cont. on page 5.
  4. Why did the University of Tennessee Kick Out this Pharmaceutical Student? Article cont. on page 2.



Black History Page 2

  1. Talladega College Names Dr. Kristie L. Kenney VP for Institutional Advancement
  2. Black PAC Demands a Justice Clarence Thomas Exhibit at African American Museum in Washington, D.C. Article cont. on page 16
  3. HBCU Buzz Announces the Launch of the New Digital Series ‘President’s Corner’ Hosted by Luke Lawal, Jr.
  4. Clark Atlanta University Receives Generous $250,000 for Permanent Endowment Fund from Diageo North America. Article cont. on page 7
  5. Save the Manatee


Black History Page 3

  1. Dr. Miriam DeCosta-Willis, University of Memphis’ First Black Professional Who Was Denied Entrance in 1957, is Remembered
  2. Memphis Tourism Unveils ‘Roots of Memphis Music’ Public Art Project Outside FedExForum for Black History. Article cont. on page 13
  3. UofM ‘UMade ‘Dignity-Respect-Equality Gear


Black History Page 4

  1. What Does the Capitol Wall Mean for American Medicine and Freedom?” by Jane M. Orient, M.D. Article cont. on page 5
  2. For the Record: President Donald J. Trump’s Message on the 155th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 13th Amendment
  3. “The History of Black History” by Vernon E. Ash


Black History Page 5

  1. Statements on Black History Month – U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty, RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel
  2. U.S. Sen. Bill Hagerty Joins Effort to Stop Sanctuary Cities; Legislation Would Prohibit Localities that Ignore Federal Immigration Law from Receiving Grant Funding


Black History Page 6

  1. Black Conservatives Deliver Inclusive Message’s Black History is American History and America Values – from Project 21
  2. Why The Mid-South Tribune Salutes Cong. Marjorie Taylor Greene During Black History Month
  3. Saluting Those Americans Who Fight Big Tech Censorship
  4. RNC Reveals What’s Happening in Nation while President Trump’s Second Unconstitutional Impeachment Trial is Going On. Article cont. on page 9
  5. “Absolute Proof: Exposing Election Fraud and the Theft of America by Enemies Foreign and Domestic” Documentary by Mike Lindell


Black History Page 7

  1. Multiplying Good Organization and Others Remember the Legendary Cicely Tyson and Her Film Career
  2. Pioneer in Black Women Magazines Essence Appoints Executive Team to Lead Company’s Strategy of Realignment and Focus on Community Impact. Article cont. on page 9
  3. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Joins Google Initiative to Provide 100,000 Black Women with Career Development and Digital Skills Training over the Next Year. Article cont. on page 8


Black History Page 8

  1. OneUnited Bank, Largest Black-Owned Bank, and Visa Launch OneTransaction Campaign Focusing on Closing the Racial Wealth Gap. Article cont. on page 15
  2. Spelman College and IDEAYA Partner to Develop the Next Generation of Black Woman Leadership in Biotechnology. Article cont. on page 9
  3. Hope Enterprise, Goldman Sachs, Southern HBCUs Form Historic Partnership to Make Significant Investment in Deep South Businesses
  4. Chief DD
  5. PETA- Cold? Take Your Dog Inside


Black History Page 9

  1. More Big Tech Censorship: LifeSite Gets Kicked Off YouTube
  2. OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network Special Examines Fatherhood in ‘They Call Me Dad’. Article cont. on page 8
  3. Kneeling NFL, NBA, CBC, Mark Cuban, Jack Dorsey and Others Get on Titanic


Black History Page 10

  1. ‘Hidden Figures’ of Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Dorothy Vaughn Presented by NASA, written by Margot Lee Shetterly. Article cont. on Page 14
  2. Presidential Message on Space Exploration Day by President Trump
  3. CBS’ ‘Black in Space’ Documentary


Black History Page 11

  1. The History of Black Weathermen Presented by AccuWeather: These Trailblazers were America’s First Black Meteorologists
  2. UofM HeffCollege of Engineering Education National Award for Diversity Efforts
  3. Do You Know This About Black History?
  4. Save the Manatee


Black History Page 12

  1. Cong. Kevin McCarthy Tells Why He Respects Frederick Douglass Who Said America Must Live Up to Constitution
  2. “Using COVID Fear to Divide and Rule” by Marilyn M. Singleton. Article cont. on page 15
  3. Statement by President Donald J. Trump on His Second Impeachment Trial


Black History Page 13

  1. Ebony and Jet are Back! Michele Ghee Named CEO
  2. FKA Twigs and Getty Images Collaborate to Aid Black Storytellers and Elevate Black Heritage. Article cont. on page 14
  3. Marvel: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier


Black History Page 14

  1. Author Phillip Goodrich’s ‘Somersett: Or Why and How Benjamin Franklin Orchestration the American Revolution’ Explores Slavery as Key to Freedom
  2. “History of the Negro Spiritual” by Cheryta Jones
  3. Book Recommendations: “The Mind of a Conservative Woman” by Marsha Blackburn. Article cont. on page 15; “Unstoppable Prosperity” by Charles Payne. Article cont. on page 15

Black History Page 15

  1. Continuation of some articles
  2. Malco Select Theater February Movies


Black History Page 16

  1. Black History Profiles in the American Red Cross Presented by the Red Cross: Frances Reed Elliot Davis, First Black Red Cross Nurse, and Dr. Jerome Holland, a Leader in Blood Research
  2. NFL Foundation, Bucs and Tampa Bay SBL Contribute $2 Mil Grant to Support Social Impact in Tampa Forever 55