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Feeding Mississippi

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Our podcast episodes are centered around the global pandemic of Covid-19 and how it is affecting Mississippi's food desert. This is a University of Mississippi graduate student class project. We spent a semester finding stories and interviewing subjects about food and health around Lafayette County Mississippi. Mid-semester the Covid-19 outbreak took full effect and these interviews are updates about how the situation has affected each of the subjects from our projects.

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This episode is part of the larger Feeding Mississippi project created by journalism graduate students from the University of Mississippi. We collected different stories about health and nutrition around the Lafayette county area to explore the... more

I will be interviewing Dan Mauney from the story "Lifesaving Changes In The State's Most Unhealthy County." I will be asking him how he is coping with being a diabetic during the COVID-19 outbreak and what he is doing to... more

In this episode, I talk with Dr. Catherine Moring, Ph.D. trained registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, and board-certified in advanced diabetes management. She is the executive director of the James C. Kennedy Wellness... more

Lucy Burnam interviews Betsy Chapman, the marketing director of the Oxford Community Market, about how they're trying to keep OXCM and its programs runnning during these unexpected trials and tribulations stemming from... more

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