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Self-Made in America

Individualism is the heart of the crisis facing America. Read More »

The Soul of Black Consumerism

It's time to recognize that materialism is as deadly to Black Americans as racism. Read More »

Whitney Houston and the Power of Music

It would be fruitful to see Houston's passing as an opportunity to consider the power of music itself. Read More »

Martin Luther King, Jr.: American Dreamer

Dr. Martin Luther King's dream was about becoming rich in love and justice. Read More »

Gene Marks Is Right

Gene Marks was right in his essay "If I Were a poor Black Kid". Just not the way he imagined. Read More »

Money Cannot Be Eaten

Materialism is just as oppressive as the other 'isms' humanity has been struggling to free itself from. Read More »

A Study in Possibility

We need leadership based upon an appreciation of the possibilities of this age and human capacity to fulfill them. Read More »

‘Tis the Season to Consume

It's an excellent time to meditate deeply on our culture of consumption. Read More »

Education Under Fire

Everyone has the right to an education. Read More »

Truth, Reconciliation, and Occupation

If white and black could reconcile after apartheid, why not Wall Street and Main Street? Read More »