Kevin Richardson

Clarion Ledger

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Business and Features Editor at the Clarion Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi

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The Help  is a film made from a book by a white woman, Katherine Stockett, about relations between white families in Mississippi and their black servants during the 1960's.

'The Help'

The Help is a film made from a book by a white woman, Katherine Stockett, about relations between white families in Mississippi and their black servants during the 1960's.

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