It was twenty years ago today, on June 7, 1998, that The New York Times ran an editorial by Alabama native Howell Raines titled “The
I don’t even consider participating in protests. Certainly, there are issues worthy of waving a multicolored sign on the Capitol steps, but that just isn’t me.
It is hard to say whether Will D. Campbell is more well-known as a Baptist preacher or as a writer, or whether it would be impossible to
I was thinking about writing something about Roy Moore but decided against it, mainly because I wasn’t sure about what I could add to this
Welcome to “Some Other News from Around the Deep South,” my periodic look at news stories from the region that may not have gotten so
If sometimes racism is called a social problem, other times a disease (often, a “cancer” on the South), and still other times a “poison,” most