Will A Reward Help Solve Rasheem Carter's Death?
The Family of Rasheem Carter and You Are The Power have announced that a reward of $50,000 is being offered for any information leading to the cause of his death. Rasheem disappeared, in Taylorsville, Mississippi, on October 2, 2022. After a local landowner submitted a photo from his Trail Camera, Rasheem's skeletal remains were located, on the property, one month later.Read full story
Why Are The Protests Continuing For Rasheem Carter?
Saturday, April 29, 2023, the 3rd protest and march to honor the memory of Rasheem Carter will be held in Taylorsville, Mississippi. The 25-year-old black man from Fayette, Mississippi, was contracted by a North Carolina company to work at the Georgia Pacific plant in Taylorsville, Mississippi. Carter arrived in Taylorsville near the end of September 2022. Approximately one week later, he had his last conversations and text messages with his mother, Tiffany Carter—and then he disappeared.Read full story
Stephen Luke Clements Denies Any Involvement In Death of Rasheem Carter
25-year-old Rasheem Carter from Fayette, Mississippi, was hired by Stephen Clements to work as Contract Labor at the Georgia-Pacific plant in Taylorsville, Mississippi. During his last conversations with his mother, Tiffany Carter, on October 1st and 2nd, Carter told his mother that his life was in danger. He said that he was being threatened by three trucks of white men. He also said that his boss, Stephen Clements of Pleasant Hill, NC, had "targeted him," and if anything happened to him, Clements would be responsible.Read full story
Is There A Connection Between Roanoke Rapids, NC, and the Death of Rasheem Carter in Mississippi?
ABC11 in Morrisville, NC reported today that Roanoke Rapids, NC Police Chief Bobby Martin, and Captain Jamie Hardy had been placed on unpaid suspended leave "pending an investigation."Read full story
Unanswered Questions Remain in the Death of Rasheem Carter
In just a little over one week, it will have been six months since Tiffany Carter's last conversation with her son, Rasheem. Many questions continue to surround his disappearance and death.Read full story
The Remains Of Rasheem Ryelle Carter Are Finally Being Laid To Rest
102 days after his last phone call with his mother, Tiffany, Rasheem Ryelle Carter's remains will be laid to rest in his hometown of Fayette, Mississippi on Saturday, February 25, 2023.Read full story
How To Say "Happy Valentine's Day" In A Small Southern Town
If you live in the small Smith County town of Taylorsville, Mississippi, you don't have to look far to find something that says "Happy Valentine's Day." Founded in 1900 on the Gulf and Ship Island Railroad, Taylorsville is home to the headquarters of Southern Pine Electric Power Association which serves 11 counties. Taylorsville is also the town where most of the mailboxes,in front of homes in the USA, are made. Georgia-Pacific has three plants in Taylorsville for lumber, chemical, and paper.Read full story
2nd Peaceful Protest in Taylorsville, Mississippi, on Sunday afternoon for Rasheem Carter
The Black Lives Matter Restoration Group, members of the Black Panther Party, members of the Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt Group, the President of the Smith County NAACP, the Building Bridges organization, Pastor Carl Soto from Brooklyn, NY, Cortez Rice from Minneapolis, MN who had lost a 15-year-old son to violence, the Jefferson County Medical Examiner, and many others were in attendance on Sunday afternoon in Taylorsville, MS.Read full story
2nd Protest and March To Be Held In Small Southern Town
When Tiffany Carter of Fayette, Mississippi, talked to her son, Rasheem Ryelle Carter, on October 2, 2022, she didn't realize that it would be the last time she would hear his voice.Read full story
Indigenous Man Found Dead in Colorado
On December 30, Colorado's Indigenous Missing Person List took effect. Two days later, on New Year's Day, Wanbli Oyate Vigil Black Elk, a 27-year-old member of the Lakota Tribe, was the first person added to the list.Read full story
Why the "Worst Prison in America" was also called the "Bloodiest Prison in America."
Louisiana’s first Penitentiary was begun in 1832 in what is now downtown Baton Rouge. It was called “The Walls” because the buildings and yards were behind tall enclosed structures. During the 82 years it was open (1835–1917), it housed thousands of men, women, children, blacks, and whites. The cells were 7 ft. x 3.5 ft. with concrete floors and no bed or mattress!Read full story
Peaceful protest for Rasheem Ryelle Carter held in Taylorsville, MS on New Year's Eve afternoon
Protesters headed to Taylorsville, MS Police Department on New Year's Eve afternoon.Photo byAuthor, Sarah Walker Gorrell. Tiffany Carter, the mother of 25-year-old Rasheem, family members, friends, supporters, and members of the Black Lives Matter organization gathered in the parking lot of the Piggly Wiggly Grocery store to 'Say His Name' and bring awareness.Read full story
Father in Hattiesburg, Mississippi hands out Fentanyl testing strips
Fentanyl testing strips are illegal in many Southern states. According to the television station WDAM in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, a local business owner and father is passing out Fentanyl testing strips even though they are illegal in Mississippi.Read full story
State Auditor's Report details where some of the Welfare money went in Mississippi
Mississippi needy families were not the recipients. The Family Resource Center (FRC) was created to assist needy families in Mississippi and provide Victim assistance, counseling, food, diapers, and other needs. It was under the direction of Christi Webb. Nancy New, named in the Welfare Fraud, ran the Mississippi Community Education Center (MCEC), which was also reportedly created to help the needy. Both the FRC and MCEC worked under the Mississippi Department of Human Services, run by John Davis, who was also involved in the fraud. The FRC and the MCEC seemed to work in conjunction with each other to pocket millions.Read full story
Will Iowa C02 Pipelines become a reality?
The proposed C02 Pipeline across 29 of Iowa's 99 counties may not happen without a fight. The Iowa Utilities Board held its final meeting regarding the proposed construction of the C02 pipeline. There have been dozens of meetings held in counties across the state. The virtual online seminar on September 21, 2022, allowed more citizens to participate, voice their opinions, and become knowledgeable.Read full story
A Cemetery that should be on your 'Bucket List'
Old tombstonelineoleum creative collective/unsplash. This year, it will be observing its 200th year! It overlooks the mighty Mississippi River on almost 26 acres on the bluffs in Natchez, Mississippi, managed by the U. S. Department of Veteran Affairs.Read full story
Will Flying Taxis soon be an Option?
United Airlines has ordered 200 flying taxis and has an option for another 200, as reported by CNBC last week. According to The Business Insider, the flying taxi, with a range of 60 miles and a top speed of 150 mph, has conventional wings, rotors, and pushers. United ordered the original 200 from Eve Air Mobility and 100 from another California company earlier this year, according to information published online this week by the ExtremeTech website.Read full story
Why haven't Charges been brought against Bryant and Favre?
Millions of dollars are missing from the Mississippi Welfare Fund. According to reports from multiple news outlets, including Jackson, Mississippi's local ABC Channel, text messages have been released between former Governor Phil Bryant and former NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre regarding the fraudulent use of millions of welfare dollars.Read full story
A beautiful bridge with an outstanding view
Along the bluffs, 200' above the Mississippi River, in Natchez. Articles on TripAdvisor tout the beautiful pedestrian bridge that crosses above Roth's Hill Road and is named after the ancient Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy.Read full story
Who are the other children of Queen Elizabeth II?
The World is well-aware that the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg, is now King Charles III, but who are the other three children of the Queen?Read full story