VOLUME 4 NUMBER 36: Clay Rivers on finding empathy when he least expected, Sabrina Bryant reveals Black women’s integral role in the Women’s Suffrage Movement, Charles Estacious White’s award-winning “The Tale of Arthur Delacroix,” and a quote by MLK Jr.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 16: By now we all know of “the slap heard round the world” and have read more takes than we can remember, but Clay Rivers has just a few final thoughts to add to the mix.
If you could have only twenty books by Black authors, I would recommend these
Laws are merely a comfortable curtain around what we think and how we behave.
Debunking the myth of a monolithic Black America.
As a white man, my inquiry into Blackness has helped me to connect with Black people on a much deeper level.