VOLUME 4 NUMBER 5: Michael Greiner’s “OHF Family Tree” Interview on racial equity advocacy, “Justice Should Never Be Black or White” by Clay Rivers.
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VOLUME 4 NUMBER 4: The OHF Family Tree interview with OHF Weekly EIC Clay Rivers, and Sherry Kappel’s primer on the unimaginable weight of representation
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 3: Glenn Rocess’ OHF Family Tree interview in which he explains how leaving racism meant leaving his family and the rippling effects of Sidney Poitier’s inspiring and transcendent life
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 42: The Sylvia Wohlfarth Issue: On her Nigerian and Irish roots, her take on America as a mixed-race woman in Europe, and her hopes for our global future
The Erik Deckers Issue: On resistance to change, the value in expanding one’s views, and the roles of learning and curiosity in life
The Marley K Issue: On the pervasiveness of white supremacy, the cost of speaking the truth, and the backstory on her straight-no-chaser style
The Sherry Kappel Issue: On her deep appreciation of Black literature, the use of race as a diversionary tactic, and her epiphany that all white people are racists
The Stephen Matlock Issue: On Understanding Blackness, How America’s Past Informs the Present, and the Prerequisite for Change
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.
The William Spivey Issue: Take a deep dive into the mind of one of OHF Weekly’s favorite go-to guys for Black history, William Spivey
A word about the new series on OHF Weekly writers and editors and our shared roots of racial equity, allyship, and inclusion