We been telling you: This new-yet-old #BlackLivesMatter moment

For the past year and a half I’ve been writing a column for the Columbus Alive newspaper. A number of those entries talk about Columbus, but the issues are universal, so the audience for them is pretty national. I wanted to present some of the ones that I think speak to this somehow new and old at the same time #BlackLivesMatter moment, directly or indirectly.
People always ask me what they should read about racism or its effects. This isn’t a bad place to start.

Would MLK protest his own breakfast?

Bull Connor at the Gallery Hop

My standardized Police Chief test

When gentrification is delicious

Gentrification – The Monopoly Version

45 minutes in a hot car with Malcolm Gladwell

It’s not me, Valter’s, it’s you

Four tools to effect change in Columbus politics right now

An Amy Cooper 911 Choose Your Own Adventure

Activism and the work of living

4 thoughts on “We been telling you: This new-yet-old #BlackLivesMatter moment

  1. Hi Scott.

    Thanks for this. Indeed I have been reading much new (to me) material over the last few days following suggestions from a number of people. Sadly, being in Europe, I am denied access to the newspaper’s website so I can’t read these articles. Is there an alternative way to access them do you know?

    All the best Annie

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  2. Good post. I learn something totally new and challenging on sites I stumbleupon every day. It’s always interesting to read content from other authors and practice a little something from other websites.

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