Two Letters on Racial Justice

By: Joe Pettit One of the most inspired and inspiring pieces of political writing from the twentieth century is Martin Luther King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.”  The letter was prompted by King reading a letter in the newspaper, while he was in a Birmingham jail, from eight clergyman who, while sympathetic to King’s desire … Continue reading Two Letters on Racial Justice

Psychology of a Hoodie

By: Todd A year ago, I bought a Black Lives Matter Sweatshirt from my kids’ school during a Black History Month presentation.  I did not buy it without tremendous thought.  I have wanted one since the movement began.  Before I bought it, I finally mustered up the courage to ask a black friend, if it … Continue reading Psychology of a Hoodie