Words by Kokayi Nosakhere Thank you for choosing to remain civil as we choose to act like Americans through this … Continue reading Clarity on the Impeachment Process: What is Happening Next
Words by Kokayi Nosakhere “White America is a dying tribe.” Most White Americans recoil at those words, experiencing a shock … Continue reading Rep. Steve King: The Teacher America Needs
Words by Kokayi Nosakhere On December 1 – how ironic – once again, evidence of how deeply embedded the concepts … Continue reading Message to Black America’s Allies as 2018 Comes to a Close
Words by Kokayi Nosakhere With the mainstream media broadcasting President George W. H. Bush’s funeral, a statement from the leader … Continue reading McInnes is Right: Please, Do Not Punch the Nazis
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?
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 Justin Zagorski and Kokayi Nosakhere This article concludes a three-part interview series exploring how allyship is cultivated. Justin … Continue reading Allyship in 2018: Towards Race-based Community-centered Healing Opportunities