racism

  • Locations: News Published

    UPDATED: Redstone incident exposes local prejudice

    EDITOR’S NOTE: 

    First, a clarification. The headline of last week’s article, “Redstone incident exposes local prejudice” was written by editor Raleigh Burleigh, not Gentrye Houghton. The intention was to highlight that prejudice is felt locally, and not only in Redstone as noted in the article. I realize nowread more →

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    Mature Content: There’s something fishy about racism

    Last month CAFCI Leader Ron Kokish wrote about racism: his own, his family’s and our Town’s. This month, musician John Paul Riger discusses racism as a natural phenomenon and reminds us that nature doesn’t always know best.

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  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Mature Content: Michael and Karla

    By Ron Kokish

    It was 1970. We had professional degrees, a house, beginning careers and a three-year-old son, The Great Society, weed and Beatles music. A bright future seemed certain for us and our country. The only thing missing was a daughter. As weekend hippies, we easily fixed that by… read more →