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This perilous world that so many of us yearn to change is the inevitable consequence of the color line.
Because of the oppression of women, we have no idea what a "real man" looks like.
It is how we see race and not whether we see it that is the issue.
It is not the Wade Michael Pages, but every day people who will decide the fate of our nation.
The recent massacre at a Sikh Temple was a brutal lesson in the inevitable consequences of the color line.
I will need to raise a son who is not only "brown like me," but "brown like her."
It's time for a new kind of faith-in-space movie.
Is God trying to teach us something through the hues human beings come in?
I have to acknowledge that I have held similar ideas about Black males to those that likely influenced Zimmerman's thinking.
Dealing effectively with racism must involve thinking and action that transcend material considerations.
Individualism is the heart of the crisis facing America.
It's time to recognize that materialism is as deadly to Black Americans as racism.
It would be fruitful to see Houston's passing as an opportunity to consider the power of music itself.
Dr. Martin Luther King's dream was about becoming rich in love and justice.
Gene Marks was right in his essay "If I Were a poor Black Kid". Just not the way he imagined.
Materialism is just as oppressive as the other 'isms' humanity has been struggling to free itself from.
We need leadership based upon an appreciation of the possibilities of this age and human capacity to fulfill them.
Everyone has the right to an education.