Struggle for Racial Justice is Local

Since Michelle Alexander published The New Jim Crow in 2010, communities of color across America have been talking about the need to dismantle America’s system of mass incarceration. As with the old Jim Crow, the problem is institutionalized racism (not just “a few bad apples,” but a system that corrupts the best of people). The [Read More...]

A Bridge to the Green Movement

I’ve written here about the urban gardens movement that I see now almost everywhere I go these days. (Our friends at MSA are tracking this movement, too). Most of the time, these gardens are being planted by the new-comers to our nation’s abandoned inner-cities. That’s certainly been the case here in Walltown. But I was [Read More...]


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