Charlottesville and Trump should open the eyes of Americans to racism at all levels.
I try to write about the intersections of everyday life and big issues. I like to invite readers to think a little differently. The topics I choose represent the things in which I take an interest, and I try to deal with them the way most folks would, sometimes seriously, sometimes with a sense of humor.
U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are in the midst of a war of words over nuclear weapons. But there...
Campus diversity part of path to fairness for all, despite what conservative strategists say | Jerry Large
Identity politics is propelling the latest fight against affirmative action at Harvard. But it’s important to remember why that action was needed in the first...
Stop shortchanging history: Slavery is so central to the American story that it needs a museum all its own | Jerry Large
I recently visited the National Museum of African American History in Washington, D.C., a major symbol of the turn toward greater honesty in the telling...
There are proven ways to end poverty. We just have to give people a chance.
Now’s the time to push hard for universal health care.
Reducing violence is harder in the U.S. than other democracies, but it’s possible with steady pushing.
Aug. 1 is our local primary election. And it’s the local stuff that really affects your daily life. So get out and vote.
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