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Hattiesburg city council redistricting public hearing Jackie Dole Community Center May 17th video (PART 2 HD)

This part two begins in the middle of Reverend Ken Fairley's presentation to the council. His plan creates a 3rd...

Reverend Ken Fairley presented his redistricting plan on May 29th, 2012

Reverend Ken Fairley stood before a mostly white audience and gave a heartfelt presentation about the fairness of three minority-majority...

Redistricting Public Hearing #3 at Danny Hinton Community Center Full Video (HD)

These videos are HD and require a broadband internet connection. Part 1 This video includes Chris Watkins giving an overview of the...

Oaks District Association President Tom Garmon opposes CPAC; stands with Hattiesburg Historic Neighborhood Assn.

https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/garmon_delgado.flv Tom Garmon, editor of this news site and described his bi-racial association's objections to the CPAC redistricting plan. Mr. Garmon...

6.28.2012 Final Redistricting Hearing CE Roy Comminity Center (full 3 part video)

Each video runs about 13 minutes. Part 1 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_1.flv Part 2 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_2.flv Part 3 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_3.flv

6.28.2012 Final Redistricting Hearing CE Roy Comminity Center (full 3 part video)

Each video runs about 13 minutes. Part 1 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_1.flv Part 2 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_2.flv Part 3 https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/Full-Video/Redistricting_3.flv

Oaks District Association President Tom Garmon opposes CPAC; stands with Hattiesburg Historic Neighborhood Assn.

https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.29.2012/garmon_delgado.flv Tom Garmon, editor of this news site and described his bi-racial association's objections to the CPAC redistricting plan. Mr. Garmon went on to give his personal support to the bi-racial plan developed by Councilman...

Shattering stereotypes Frank Hall changes minds and hearts.

Mr. Frank hall, Vice President of the Concerned Citizens of Palmers Crossing, speaks from his heart about the challenges his community faces. https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.12.2012 Frank_Hall.flv

Redistricting Public Hearing #3 at Danny Hinton Community Center Full Video (HD)

These videos are HD and require a broadband internet connection. Part 1 This video includes Chris Watkins giving an overview of the redistricting process. https://www.mississippimedianetwork.com/wp-content/Video/Public-Hearings/6.12.2012/6.12.2112_Redistricting78.flv Part 2 This video includes Chris Watkins presenting the original plan and two new,...

Councilman Naylor hammers Supervisor Ron Woullard and other detractors in response to extraneous remarks.

Forrest County Supervisor Rod Woullard took the podium and walked the audience on a  good old-fashioned southern stroll of how (TEN YEARS AGO)  he felt Naylor snubbed him in the redistricting process back in early...

Reverend Ken Fairley presented his redistricting plan on May 29th, 2012

Reverend Ken Fairley stood before a mostly white audience and gave a heartfelt presentation about the fairness of three minority-majority wards. His plan would redraw ward 4 as a "swing ward", bringing total black...

Hattiesburg city council redistricting public hearing Jackie Dole Community Center May 17th video (PART 2 HD)

This part two begins in the middle of Reverend Ken Fairley's presentation to the council. His plan creates a 3rd majority-minority district. Hattiesburg is 53% African-American and Fairley believes that requires three African-American  representatives.

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