Views on achieving racial equality by Our Human Family

Jack Herlocker

Only When

What will it take to make white people see all the injustices in our “justice” system? Must a person experience something to understand how wrong it is? Will that ever happen? ...

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Ré Harris

Unfinished

Who am I? Why do you only see outlines—why can’t you see more of me? You get to pick and choose what little you wish to see, but the pain and misperceptions hurt all of me ...

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Sherry Kappel

Growing Hope

Hope is a delicate seed that must be nourished by the entire community to flourish; but what happens when it is not? And can we afford to let it keep withering across America? ...

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Jen Whitney

Fly!

“The Hill We Climb” Was such a moment in time Stunning us with love & light Singing from a Moment so bright ...

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OHF Weekly

OHF WEEKLY: Vol. 3 No. 14

In This Issue: Equal People 2021 begins, “The Poets Are Coming,” “Freedom Songs from The Hill,” “Red, Blue, and White,” and “A Fight to Save Hope,” and a legacy article by Sabrina Bryant ...

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Clay Rivers

The Poets Are Coming

Celebrate racial equity and hope with our annual collection of international poetry, Equal People. Thurs May 13–Sun May 23 ...

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OHF Weekly

OHF WEEKLY: Vol. 3 No. 13

In This Issue: A Letter from the Editor, An Ode to Madear, The Flawed Psychology of the Middle-Aged Conservative White Man, and Equal People ...

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Sabrina Bryant

A Tribute to Madear

On this Mother’s Day, like all others, as my husband and sons are celebrating me, we will celebrate her as well and all the love she shared, the lessons she passed along, and the beautiful memories she left behind ...

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