VOLUME 4 NUMBER 25: On the nature of cake and convictions; the origins of America’s mass shootings; the sixth anniversary of the Pulse shooting; the origins of Juneteenth; and a special shout-out to just about everyone’s first hero—dad.
How did we reach this point where mass shootings have become commonplace? Those of us who are older remember a time long before Columbine, when school shootings were simply unheard of. What changed? As with so many of our nation’s shortcomings, it begins with racism.
June 12 marks the sixth anniversary of the night hate came to Orlando and murdered forty-nine people out for a night of fun. June 12, 2022, marks the sixth anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 24: Stephen Matlock presents a path to peace and safety to all; Clay Rivers tells why “LGBTQ Christian” is not a contradiction in terms; and the OHF Weekly Editors announce a sweeping redesign.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 23: Clay Rivers on another mass shooting, this one at Robb Elementary. Why? James Finn on the love, esteem, activism, and joy of Pride; Sherry Kappel on the goal of parenthood for LGBTQ couples.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 21: Clay Rivers on another mass murder of Black people; Glenn Rocess on white supremacy's last hurrah; William Spivey on the intertwined nature of freedom.