Amid the hate-filled speech made manifest in cruelty, psychological and emotional trauma, and even murder, we know people can change. People can change: 1. When they know change is possible. 2. When they want to change. 3. When they know how to change.
We advocate for racial equity, allyship, and inclusion.
Our writers develop their stories from their unique experiences, gifts, talents, and perspectives. Part of what makes them so appealing is that it takes a special kind of person to want to write around the themes of racial equity, allyship, and inclusion. Especially today.
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Some people are unsure where to begin learning about the history of racism, its impact on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, and related topics. To expand your mind, this list includes works by internationally renowned authors, classic novelists, and modern scribes.
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OHF WEEKLY, Vol. 5 No. 41: Editor’s Letter, “Will Peace Ever Overcome Hate?,” “Exploring the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Social Justice,” and a quote by Samella Harris.
African Americans have chosen to be aspirational in pursuit of freedom from oppression and injustice, as opposed to terrorism and deconstructionist thinking.
Give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
Is AI humanity’s Prometheus moment?
OHF WEEKLY, Vol. 5 No. 40: Seasoned greetings and a William Faulkner quote.
OHF WEEKLY, Vol. 5 No. 39: Editor’s Letter, “Gun Violence Comes from Mob Rule,” “Losing a White Friend Due to His Racism,” “All Bigotry Is Ignorance, But Not All Ignorance Is Bigotry,” and a quote by Dorothy Height.