Johnny L. DuPree, Ph.D., is the three-term mayor of Hattiesburg, Mississippi and became the first African-American major Party nominee for governor in Mississippi’s history in 2011.
Johnny DuPree’s successes are direct results of the challenges he faced and overcame. Johnny was raised by a single mother because his father left the family when Johnny was just three years old. His mother worked two and three jobs as a domestic worker to make ends meet, and the family relied on commodities to help put food on the table. Johnny’s upbringing was humble to say the least.
Please join Antoinette Harrell and her special guest Bonita Conner one for the supporters as she discuss some of his accomplisments and issues that is going on with the current election.
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