The God of My GrandparentsBy Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou
If Jesus is the author of my faith, then my grandparents are the editors.
Born in AfricaBy Nadia Davids
Where were you born? the border guard asked me, holding my passport with barely disguised confusion.
King's LegacyBy Theodore Hamm
Few, if any, of the tributes capture the full spectrum of Kings message at the time of his assassination.
From Black Power to Barack ObamaBy Peniel E. Joseph
Barack Obamas meteoric rise from charismatic senator to national phenomenon to presidential contender reveals the complex evolution of black politics since the civil rights and Black Power era.
How We Torture: Alex Gibney with Williams Cole
By probing the homicide of an innocent taxi driver named Diliwar at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan, Taxi is a powerful film that exposes the Bush administrations torture practices in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Letter from New OrleansBy Peter Zinn
At first the arm of the bulldozer reaches out and probes, sort of tapping at the bricks. It doesnt look strong enough to break through. But then it makes a hole, and then another one.
An Immature Anti-FascistBy Vincent Rossmeier
According to Jonah Goldbergs new book, Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning, the worlds first true fascist leader was Woodrow Wilson.
Memories of SDSBy Nicholas Jahr
In the long twilight of the U.S. of A, nobody has been younger or closer to heaven than the Students for a Democratic Society.
A Case for Eco-OptimismBy Leigh Kamping-Carder
In prose that is part speechwriter platitude and part skateboarder slang, Turner catalogues the technologies that could make sustainability a reality.
Orhan Pamuk with Carol Becker
On the occasion of the Columbia Alumni Association Forum, September 22, 2007, organized by Columbia University at La Bourse, historic site of the Paris Stock Exchange, Carol Becker, Dean of the School of the Arts, spoke with Orhan Pamuk.