NCWCC News & Talk and Atlanta Mix Radio will cover the next 30 days the life of Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, of Jackson Misssissippi. He died Tuesday at age 66 , His life and passion to seek human rights for all people has moved a new generation into hope. Executive Producer/Host Kareema Ali will be interviewing citizens, politicians , business people and staff. Call in each day @ 5pm (347) 215-9789.. email email@example.com “One City, One Aim, One Destiny”,
" I believe and understand that we are bound together. We must all comprehend this fact. When we say one city, we say it for a reason because we have a common aim which is prosperity and security for everyone in the city.We are going to lead Mississippi from the worst to the first!.... That is our destiny."
Mr. Lumumba a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who persuaded voters here to accept a sales tax to fix crumbling roads and dated water and sewer systems, City officials said Mr. Lumumba died at St. Dominic Hospital. A cause of death was not immediately clear, though the City Council president, Charles Tillman, who was sworn in as acting mayor, said he met Monday with Mr. Lumumba, who had a cold. “He kind of joked around about it,” Mr. Tillman said.
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