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Entries by Byron Williams from 04/2010

King's Final 365-Day Odyssey

| Posted 04.04.2010 | Politics

King's final year, though controversial to some and irrelevant to others, was an unwavering commitment to those on the underside of life.

More in Common Than Stereotypes Would Indicate

| Posted 04.08.2010 | Politics

A movement among African-American pastors, locally as well as nationally, are embracing immigration reform as an important social justice cause.

Loeb Revises His Soul of a Citizen

| Posted 04.11.2010 | Books

America has made significant changes since Paul Loeb initially wrote Soul of a Citizen; it's time for new voices to once again be inspired by this groundbreaking effort.

Eddie Glaude, Jr. Is Right: The Black Church Is Indeed Dead

| Posted 04.20.2010 | Religion

The term "black church" is loaded with assumption. However one understands the term "black church" will probably reveal how they felt about Glaude's piece.

PBS Documentary Relives one of America's Lowest Moments

| Posted 04.22.2010 | World

On Monday, PBS will air a program about one of the dark moments in U.S. history -- the massacre at My Lai. My Lai has the infamous distinction of being the most brutal atrocity of the Vietnam War. It is a tragedy on multiple fronts.

Finding the Truth About the War on Terror

| Posted 04.29.2010 | Politics

The president seems content to allow bits and pieces of what happened in the previous administration to trickle out, allowing for pundits on both sides of the political aisle to serve as arbitrators of the information.