The latest episode of the NFN Radio News Podcast features Yvener Duroseau, author of “Alike Regardless: This is Where it Began,” who's mission is to encourage us to challenge the status quo, fight for social justice, and seek to challenge the norm of division that’s present in humankind.
Kevin D. Hofmann is the author of "Growing Up Black in White," the story of a young man who by the time he turned 2 years old had survived an intended abortion, been given away by his mother, adopted by a family of another race, and woke up to a burning cross in his front yard.
Energy industry expert Jack Kerfoot once worked with titans in the oil industry, but today promotes the implementation of renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, and geothermal, as critically important step to combat climate change.
I first met Brad when he ran a convenience industry food distribution company in North Dakota and one of my communications clients was a Washington, DC-based trade association that served that industry. I admired Brad for his smarts, his openness, and was grateful for his willingness to share information with me that helped me do my job.
Conservative Justice Sam Alito wrote the majority opinion, indicating that restrictions may impact certain racial minorities so long as those restrictions have a rational basis. It may, for example, be permissible to pass laws that target minority voters if there is a possibility that the voters can overcome the restrictions. (Yes, I know, that makes perfect nonsense).