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Mississippi business owner celebrates rate cut

by Kai Ryssdal and Andie Corban Aug 1, 2019
Kai Ryssdal checked in with Austin Golding, a small business owner in Mississippi.
Floodwaters in Vicksburg, Mississippi back in 2011.
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Mississippi farmers forced to leave thousands of acres unplanted this season

by Sasa Woodruff Jun 6, 2019
Victoria Darden and her family have been forced to leave their soybean and corn fields unplanted because of flooding.
Flood waters covering farmland in the Mississippi Delta means thousands of acres of crops
Victoria Darden
Divided Decade

How temp workers became the norm in America

by Scott Tong Nov 15, 2018
10 years after the Great Recession companies have increased their dependence on non-permanent workers.
Nissan auto factory workers (from left to right) Eric Hearn, Travis Parks and Antonio Ivy. 
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We're still figuring out how to desegregate higher education

by Paulina Velasco May 25, 2018
What Mississippi's historically black colleges and universities teach us about centuries-old inequities
A view of the State Capitol in Jackson, Mississippi.
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How The Deck Is Stacked

Far from convention lights, life in Cleveland, Mississippi

by Kai Ryssdal and Tommy Andres Jul 15, 2016
A divided city in a divided state in a still-divided country.
A house sits neglected in East Cleveland, Mississippi, the predominantly African-American side of town.
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American Futures

Economic hardship in Columbus, Mississippi

by Kai Ryssdal Nov 18, 2015
A look at how Columbus' economy is faring as part of our 'American Futures' series.
Final Note

Your money's worth more in Mississippi

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 20, 2014
Tax Foundation has mapped out the value of your $100 bill in each state.

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Fracking is buoying up the Mississippi barge business

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 11, 2014
A Mississippi barge line owner says new money is flowing from an unlikely place.
American Futures

A Columbus, Miss. QUIZ! How well do you know this Southern city?

by Shea Huffman May 30, 2014
We’re continuing our American Futures series with The Atlantic’s James Fallows this week. Kai and James have been traveling across the U.S. looking at how small towns are living and working in a new economy. Next stop: Mississippi to the city of Columbus…
American Futures

The death of manufacturing is greatly exaggerated

by Kai Ryssdal and Tommy Andres May 30, 2014
A look at how one Mississippi town is bringing factory jobs back from overseas.