When do the memories of children torn from mothers’ breasts, fathers’ protection, a community’s legacy stop haunting us? When does healing begin?
OHF WEEKLY, Vol. 5 No. 31: Editor’s Letter, “Men and Mental Health,” “The Contributions Enslaved Africans Made to American Society,” “Hope and Despair,” and a quote by Nelson Mandela.
William Spivey answers audience members’ questions from Medium Day.
Too many Americans are convinced that the only way to experience the high of national pride is to disregard all the evidence of racial inequity.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL. 5 NO. 24: Editor’s Letter, “White Supremacy Always Deals from the Bottom of the Deck,” “SCOTUS Gone Amok,” “Hope Amidst Hopelessness,” “Patriots in Song and Heart,” “What, to the Slave, Is the Fourth of July?” and a quote by Justice Jackson.
—from Clay and Sherry, the OHF Weekly Editors