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COOLING RACIAL HOT SPOTS
Slaves arrived in America a year before the Pilgrims, and while slavery was eliminated long ago, vestiges of racism cling to American society like extra sticky glue.
Widespread, racially based disturbances in Cincinnati following the killing of an unarmed black youth by a white policeman in that city serve as strong reminders that the race issue still is with us. Indeed, the problem of racial profiling by police is so pervasive, blacks have coined the term, DWB (driving while black).
It's never too late to unlearn racism
with contributions from Bob Hagen, Susan L. Ledbetter, Donna Read
The taunts just went right by them
with contributions from Dave Hohle, Jim Brown
Racial activism slightly ahead of its time
By Ethel Baker
Who's the enemy?
By Barbara Ahlberg
Winning the battle against discrimination
with contributions from Mari Bruck
Juneteenth: a celebration of freedom
Successfully challenging age discrimination
By Elise Moore
Hone in on a healing
By Barbara DeNisi
Are you being bullied?
By Julia Schechtman Pabst
WAY TO GO, RUBY BRIDGES
When God changed my prayer ...
By Holly Hand
D. R. Simms
God always knows where we are
Célia A. Morilhas Veiga
Quick healing of a longtime problem
Prayer at summer camp
Prayer at home, prayer away from home
David G. Shields
Nothing is beyond God's power
Thought by thought