VOLUME 4 NUMBER 30: Sherry Kappel on the people behind the headlines and hashtags; Jesse Wilson on the elusiveness of racial equality; and William Spivey on the difficulty in acknowledging systemic racism.
Jesse Wilson is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer now IT professional with a late passion for and love of writing. His work has appeared in the "Fieldnotes on Allyship" anthology.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 19: Clay Rivers on how power determines America’s narrative, who tells it, and more; Erik Deckers on the irritating and derailing nature of “#NotAllWhitePeople”; and Jesse Wilson on the indignities People of Color suffer due to their skin color
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 12: All who journey to equality follow the same principle: the humanity they see in themselves is identical to that in someone else
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 9: Sherry Kappel on the intersection of Black History, Black excellence in sports, and racism; Jesse Wilson on why we celebrate Hip Hop
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 8: William Spivey on the relevance of Black achievements, turning points in history, and atrocities committed against Black people.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 7: “True Friendship Can Transcend Race,” Dan Hislop on Howard Thurman (mentor to Martin Luther King, Jr.) and the source of his peace in the face of hatred
The Jesse Wilson Issue: On the gift of Blackness, reconciling the past, and the satisfaction in striving to be the best version of himself while ... inspiring others to do the same
Mechanical engineer and Masters athlete, Jesse Wilson, one of OHF Weekly’s first international writers, opens up about the gift of Blackness, reconciling the past, and the satisfaction he finds in striving to be the best version of himself while inspiring others to do the same.
Laws are merely a comfortable curtain around what we think and how we behave.
When governments fail to condemn racist behaviour, People of Colour are left to face the grotesque and vile results
Our forefathers’ dreams may have failed, but we cannot cast them aside