Brotha Wolf

Brotha Wolf

Racism: America’s Unapologetic Shame

On September 15, 1963, the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama was bombed by white supremacist terrorists. Four black girls, Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robinson and Carol Denise McNair were killed that day more than 50 years…

Racism: The Charleston Church Shooting

All eyes of the world are focused on Charleston, South Carolina, as yet another mass murder has taken place. This time it took place at a setting most people least expected, at a church. The most troubling part is that…

The Rachel Dolezal Deception

Is it wrong for people to be who they aren’t? Is it wrong to portray yourself as someone other than yourself? Hundreds of after-school specials and family movies say yes. The lesson you’re supposed to learn is to be who…

Race: When Being Black is A Problem

“How does it feel to be a problem?” This is a question asked in W.E.B. Dubois’ treatise The Souls of Black Folk. The question doesn’t ask how does it feel to have problems or have the kinds of problems that…