By Ashleigh Crocker, Progress Virginia Washington, DC Despite the fact that millions of Americans have lost their jobs and their health insurance coverage as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Trump announced yesterday that he still plans to completely gut the Affordable Care Act.
By Lizna Odhwani Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in Norfolk, Va. During this time when our physical offices are closed to the public, you may wonder, “How can I get help from Social Security without visiting an office?” You can find the answer at www.ssa.gov/onlineservices, which links you to
(JACKSON, Miss.) — Dr. Roderick Little is the new director of bands at Jackson State University, replacing Dowell Taylor, who will retire on June 30, after 34 years of service to JSU. “Other than my family, this is amongst the highest honor that I have
MVSU to partner with MSDH to distribute free masks to campus, Leflore and Humphreys County communities
ITTA BENA, Miss.—Residents of Leflore and Humphreys counties can receive free masks from Mississippi Valley State University (MVSU) through a continued partnership with the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) to curtail transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19). MVSU has partnered with MSDH to coordinate the
W.K. Kellogg Foundation awards Jackson State University $390K grant to encourage more African American breastfeeding
(JACKSON, Miss.) — The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) has awarded JSU a $390,000 grant to increase breastfeeding among African American women, who lag behind others despite evidence that breast milk shields newborns from infections in the first year of life. Dr. Mohammad Shahbazi, a professor