He’s outspoken. He stands up for what he believes is right, and he is a man of God.
Sam Mims makes no bones about being outspoken. He believes in “telling it like it is.”
Mims recalls a time when he knew racism, even calling himself a racist at one time. Today, he says Minden has made progress, but more could be done.
Mims says the right to vote is very important to him because he remembers what it took to get that right.
“A lot of people died – black and white – for us black people to have the right to vote and