January 5, 2007 -
My post earlier today, linking the strange fascination with Saddam's hanging to our country's out-of-step embrace of death sentences, especially in Texas, has turned out to be sadly salient:
December 22, 2006 -
Facing South will be shutting down until January 2 for some much-needed holiday R&R. We've had a big year, with the Institute having on impact on issues from the Gulf Coast to the Gulf War.
We thank you for reading, and for joining us as we ignite a new debate about change in the South. Another South is possible!
December 21, 2006 -
A big THANK YOU to the dozens of people who have contributed to the Institute's end-of-year fundraising drive. We're well on our way to our $15,000 goal. Keep those tax-deductible contributions coming and support a powerful voice for the progressive South!
December 18, 2006 -
Thirteen years ago this month, I was in New York City finishing journalism graduate school and wrapping up an internship at an alternative news weekly when I made a decision that some of my classmates and colleagues found shocking.
I was moving to the South.
December 11, 2006 -
The U.S.'s troubled relationship with Cuba took another turn this weekend, with revelations that Florida congresswoman Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) would "welcome" the assassination of Cuban leader Fidel Castro. According to the Miami Herald:
December 8, 2006 -
Ho ho ho, the Holiday Season is here! If you're still looking for that perfect gift for your favorite Southerner or South-watcher, here are some ideas:
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