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The Mid-South Tribune 27th Annual Black History Month Edition for 2022


To The Mid-South Tribune 27th Annual Black History Month full edition



Front Page:

EDITORIAL: The New Segregationists Return to the Democrat Party with a Socialist Agenda to Control (front page and continued on page 4 and page 5)  by Ms. Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief; The Freedom Riders of the 21st Century will Take Back U.S.A. (front page); Statements from President Donald Trump (front page and continued on pages 4 and 5); Photos and statements on The 13 Killed in Afghanistan, Statement from Paris Dennard on Black History Made in Virginia with Gov. Glenn Youngkin,   Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears and Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares; “It’s Black History Month---Let’s Get Real” by Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D. (continued on page 5 and page 13); Gov. Bill Lee Issues Statement on CMS Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit—Joins 15 Other States in Fight

Black History pages 2 and 3:

 EDITORIAL on Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) – They Are Black and Democrat. Is that Enough for a New Century?

Black History page 4:

Statements by President Donald J. Trump; “Republican Leaders Should Also be Honored This Black History Month” by Ronna McDaniel, RNC Chairwoman (continued on page 5); “ ‘Test, Jab, Boost, Repeat’ Continues to be Mantra of the Joe Biden Doctrine” by Jane M. Orient, M.D. (continued to page 6); “Can Liberals Explain the Racist Behavior from People Like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Directed towards the Black Community?” by Raynard Jackson (continued on page 6); “The History of Black History” by Vernon E. Ash (continued on page 13); Biden Jobs Report Disappoints Blacks (continued on page 13).

Black History page 5:

Continuation of articles

Black History page 6:

“Judicial Watch Sues Pelosi Congress Hiding January 6 Videos and Emails” by Tom Fitton (continued on page 13); Project 21 Explains Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Why Black Americans Should Oppose it (continued on page 13).

Black History page 7:

Los Angeles Rams Tackle Andrew Whitworth Has Been Selected as 2021 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Presented by Nationwide; Tennessee R.E.A.D.S. Hits Record-Breaking with Five Million Checkouts; University of Memphis Football 2022 Season Tickets on Sale


Black History page 8:

Axe Truth is Witty on Axe Truth.com; YouTube Launches ‘Lifting Voices’ to Feature Artists in Celebration of Black History Month; Do You Know This about Black History?; “‘Negro’ Spirituals Continue to be Part of the American Black Experience and Heritage” by Cheryta R. Jones; Judicial Watch Proves FBI Letter Shows Pfizer Tied to Investigation of Project Veritas, resulting in Victory.

Black History page 9:

Book Tells the Remarkable Story of the 1969 Protest and Racial Barriers Students Overcame to Spur Change and to Build Successful Careers: Seven Sisters and a Brother; Dark & Lovely Celebrates 50 Years with Bold New Kit for Those Blacks who Dare to Go Boldly and Fully Blond; Marvel’s Dr. Strange

Black History page 10:

McDonald’s Celebrates Black History with ‘Future 22,’ a Campaign to Spotlight Young Game Changers; STEM Global Action (SGA) Vows No More Lost Einsteins; Black Minds Matter’s National Movement Push to Protect Education of Black Students; No WOKE (continues on page 13); Youth Villages to Host Direct Care in-Person Job Fair; PETA

Black History page 11:

U.S. Postal Service Salutes Legendary Sculptor Edmonia Lewis as Its Newest Stamp in Black Heritage Series (continued on page 12). Clark Atlanta University Announces Big $250 Million Capital Campaign; AspireTV’s Commitment Continues with New Season of Fastbreak and HBCU 101 and HBCU Gameday; ‘Black Eye for America’ by Dr. Carol Swain and Christopher Schorr, Ph.D. Examines CRT and Its Marxist Roots (continued on page 16); Save the Manatee

Black History page 12:

“Col. Young Gets His Due with Posthumous Promotion to Brigadier General in United States Army 100 Years Later” by Charles Blatcher III; Wreaths Across America Celebrates the 6888th Central Postal Diversity Battalion, the Only All-Black Woman Unit during World War II” by Joseph Reagan (continued on page 15)

Black History page 13:

Continuation of articles


Black History page 14:

UofM Football Tickets on Sale; President of Ghana Joins T.D. Jakes’ International Summit in Charlotte, March 31-April 2; Lifetime Greenlights Movies from Executive Producer T.D. Jakes in the Seven Deadly Sins Anthology; Films to Debut Back-to-Back; Comcast Announces Topic, the Streaming Service from First Look Entertainment will be Available on Platform; PETA-Vegan


Black History page 15:

Military Black History Month Profile: Memphian Petty Officer 2nd Class Shaniya McManus Serves Aboard U.S. Navy Warship; “Democrat-led Politics Policies Jeopardize Tennesseans’ Safety,” by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (continued on page 13); Memphis Police Department Hiring Expo


Black History page 16:

BOOK PICK: Peter Schweizer Exposes Joe Biden and Chinese Communist Connection in Book, “Red-Handed”; Sen. Hagerty and Colleagues Warn AG Merrick Garland to Respect Durham Investigation; Memphis Shelby Crime Commission Releases Five-Year Safe Community Action Plan after Citizen-input and Many Meetings