Words by Kokayi Nosakhere and Maia Butler When I first choose to step forward twenty three years ago and began … Continue reading Holiday Inspired One Meal Food Drive
Words by Kokayi Nosakhere When I wish too, at six feet, two hundred and forty pounds, I can present myself … Continue reading Innocent While Black in Ashland, Oregon
Words by Bathscheba Duronvil and Kokayi Nosakhere For Southern Oregon University (SOU) Black’s students, upon arrival a new reality starts … Continue reading The Black Experience at Southern Oregon University
Words by Kokayi Nosakhere “Speak in terms the people can understand,” Minister Malcolm X taught us. The people are programmed … Continue reading The Challenge in Mississippi: Can Segregationists Be Taught a Better Way?
Words by Charles Baker //When the days drew near for (Jesus) to be taken up, he set his face to … Continue reading John Allen Chau and The Rejection of the Gospel in 2018
I wish she was taught in American public schools. I’d call her the Notorious JHM. Or, something catchy, so that … Continue reading The Value of Teaching Juliette Hampton Morgan to American Children
Words by Julie Gillis and Kokayi Nosakhere On Thursday, November 15 I woke up to a headline which momentarily froze … Continue reading Manufactured Fear, Personal Bias and the Cry to be Included