February 19, 2015
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Life in the Shadows of Neshoba County’s Confederate Statue
As a Neshoba County kid, I grew up in the shadows of the Confederate statue that loomed in front of the courthouse.
Setting Up Women for Failure ... or Success
Too many people are still in denial about the way our culture treats even successful and educated women differently. So it makes a lot of sense that poor and less-educated ...
Loving Beyond Fear
The twisting of religion to promote and excuse hate, separation and violence over love, togetherness and safety turned me off from organized faith for a long time, and I still ...
Of Charles Barbour, TEDx Jackson and Decent Role Models
Simple facts about what built today's inequality are not discussed by people like Charles Barbour. They still use the same old-school scare tactics that should offend white voters because they ...
It’s Time to Change ‘The Game’
In most every election, we just move around the chess pieces but no one ever really wins, certainly not the voters.
Discrimination Isn’t ‘Religious Freedom’
You do not have religious freedom if every single American doesn't have it, too, including those you believe are heathens and sinners.
Tigers of a Different Stripe
Each of us, regardless of age, matters in the quest to end hatred.
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