Words by Kokayi Nosakhere As someone who proudly identifies himself as a Black nationalist, I struggle with the social perception … Continue reading Justice, Or Else: Is Separation the Only Solution to America’s Racial Divide?
Words by Elise Anderson and Kokayi Nosakhere Say her name: Jazmine Barnes. The last time I had to say a … Continue reading Ashland Mother Feels Pain of Little Girl’s Death in Houston
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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 People change; conditions change. Nowadays, at 28 years old, he is an established local poet, with … Continue reading Got Compassion?: Ashland’s Anti-Hunger Community
This was written in pencil, which, I am taught, is what she has access too. 12/13/2018 Peace. Proper education always … Continue reading Dear Little Sister: My One Page Letter to Cyntoia Brown
Dear Brothers and Sisters, Thank you for choosing to open this fundraising email. I seek your financial assistance to amplify … Continue reading WANTED: Independent PoC-Driven Stories in Southern Oregon