Issac J. Bailey
For progressive, religious people like me, the 2020 candidate has a powerful message
Fighting racism means calling it out, not hiding behind euphemisms like "racially tinged."
His naked appeals to white identity politics may appeal to some of his supporters—it's up to the rest of us to stand up against those appeals.
He made plenty of mistakes but was open about his failures. That's more than can be said for many on the right today.
I understand better than most why we shouldn't demonize even people who have committed horrible crimes.
To fight injustice, you need incivility.
The job was among the hardest things I’ve ever had to do.
In the age of Trump and Dylann Roof, some church leaders are prepared to take drastic steps to defend against potential shootings.
The Alabama memorial and museum forces viewers to confront the past. But it could also point the way toward truth and reconciliation.
I grew up in awe of Graham, just like every other Southerner I knew. But I no longer believe in elevating the feelings of white people bothered more by protest than injustice.
It's good that the Florida school shooting has inspired so much outrage, because most shootings don't.
Some people argued there wasn't much difference between Trump and Clinton. This year showed they were very, very wrong.