Guest blogger Jamila Bey recalls coming out to her family as an atheist and later finding comfort in others who share her views.
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NPR's Lee Hill explores whether a recent Colorado interview with Eddie Long accuser Jamal Parris, secured by an Atlanta TV news station, crossed the line in hot pursuit of a story.
Guest blogger Malik Washington takes a critical look at sexuality and conflicted leadership in black church culture amid a gay sex scandal facing Atlanta-area megachurch pastor Bishop Eddie Long.
In the years after Hurricane Katrina, writer Malik Washington traveled to New Orleans to help the city's residents rebuild. He reflects on the lessons learned about the spirit of the Crescent City.
Writer Kai Wright says a judge's decision to overturn Proposition 8 is not about the way gay relationships affect other people, it's about the way bigotry affects gay relationships.
Guest blogger Lester K. Spence says the genre is more than just music. For him, it can be a form of therapy.
Guest blogger Sohini Baliga says it's hard not to wonder about the sincerity of someone who professes to being a Christian, but does so at a time when it could potentially be of value for his or her political ambitions.
Hasan is the difficult lesson that the Army shouldn't forget. It has been reported — and disputed by the Army — that Hasan wanted out of the military. He was conflicted about his obligation to the Army and his allegiance to people who looked lik...
I loved my grandmother, but she was a product of her times. I don't think I've ever eaten a Brazil nut, but I know about them because Grandma called them "nigger's toes." I have some vague memory of her using the term "darkie," but really, I'm no...
A couple of months ago, I was asked to moderate a panel discussion at a conference for corporate diversity officers, people who work in personnel and human resources and so on. ... What accommodations do we make to each other to practice our relig...