LETTER TO THE EDITOR:
LETTER TO THE EDITOR:
Both Anna Cooper and W.E.B.Du Bois committed their writings to educating white liberal leaders through evidence-based argument that could shape policies in favor of social uplift for black Americans and lead to a society based on equilibrium rather than domination.
Christopher Williams works daily to carry on the legacy of civil rights leader James Farmer.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s own proposed guidelines include using race as a metric in determining who gets the early doses of the vaccine. But some people are horrified by the idea of leaving people unvaccinated for a deadly virus to “level the playing field.”
These six works of speculative fiction, each with a heart for social justice, offer more to readers after the book is closed.
A: No, because I forget. I just like to backpack. My personality is definitely a silent supporter. The way I show love — it's through small actions. It is way more than me proclaiming something out loud. The tension I feel [about the Atlanta spa shootings], I remember the same tension of when George Floyd was murdered. There have to be actions somewhere. I've never been outwardly "Black is Beautiful" even though I believe it; I just like to do the [outdoors] things.
A four-part series examining the distribution of power in college athletics and how it might -- and might not -- shift as student-athletes and…
This is the second in a series of stories examining the distribution of power in college athletics and how it might -- and might not -- shift …
Craig Hodges reveled in sharing history, current events and revolutionary ideas with his Chicago Bulls teammates and visiting opponents.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and racial justice protests have come together to produce one of the strangest ironies of 2020: Many of the same people who publicly support defunding the police and curtailing the reach of the criminal justice system are calling for law enforcement to police minor behaviors.
Stafford performer working hard to break through with hip hop songs that touch on the issues of the day, though with positivity and faith.
As unemployment claims slow statewide in New Jersey, the wreckage of business closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic remains increasingly clear in deep South Jersey.
New president to usher in new America landscape
The facts are, more than 206,000 Virginians are disenfranchised due to previous felonies for which they have repaid their debt to society. Thi…
Recognizing future challenges of food insecurity, St. George’s Episcopal Church and the Northern Neck Food Bank are co-sponsoring a public forum on Friday, June 6, at 7 p.m. in the church’s fellowship hall. Featuring award-winning author and food council advocate Mark Winne, the forum will explore ways to address these