Published by St. Petersburg Times News Paper

Basking in Emma Garnet’s warmth – 1/3/1999

Black farmers to finally get their due – 1/6/1999

The vintner of Chateau de Applewhite Acres – 1/10/1999

Bravo explores the life of Dali – 1/12/1999

Beyond millennial computer crashes – 1/13/1999

“Bloody Sunday’ with the reverend – 1/17/1999

Writing should not be a punishment – 1/20/1999

Unfair advantage for blacks? Hardly – 1/24/1999

GOP has earned the enmity of blacks – 1/27/1999

Artistic activism – 1/31/1999

Youth In Black and white – 2/1/1999

Dirt in the faces of farm workers – 2/3/1999

How did I lose thee? Let me count the ways – 2/7/1999

Guess who’s coming to dinner – 2/7/1999

A fair shake for the state’s farm workers – 2/14/1999

Dan Quayle can keep his advice – 2/17/1999

Finding the courage to speak of blackness – 2/21/1999

Don’t let Academy Prep lose its focus – 2/24/1999

Before all the cypress are turned to mulch – 2/28/1999

Parents’ support outweighs all else – 3/3/1999

Called to join the fight against AIDS – 3/7/1999

He wants to help troubled families – 3/10/1999 

Put the teachers first for a change – 3/14/1999

Affirmative action: It feels good – 3/17/1999

Ordered out of house and home – 3/21/1999

Teaching, the feminized ghetto – 3/24/1999

Language experts will be listening – 3/28/1999

African market will bring many benefits – 3/31/1999

A setting for the absurd – 4/4/1999

40 cents a bucket plus free abuse – 4/7/1999

At this school, black students succeed – 4/11/1999

They couldn’t put him back together – 4/14/1999

Church finds its calling in children – 4/18/1999

Finding happiness in the solo life – 4/21/1999

A rich experience in a poor country – 4/25/1999

The one-man show at Florida A&M – 4/28/1999

Where adult-child relations make sense – 5/2/1999 

Israel, the land of driving adventure – 5/9/1999

Israeli journalists out for blood – 5/16/1999

The spirit of Yitzhak Rabin – 5/23/1999

A whirlwind tour of Gaza, including the inside of a jail – 5/30/1999

Israel’s schools mirror a culture of violence – 6/6/1999

Lessons learned, friendships begun – 6/13/1999

Adjusting to the comforts of home – 6/16/1999

A human machine and a giant among men – 6/20/1999

Facing fatherhood – 6/20/1999

Does anyone care about the teachers? – 6/23/1999

Protecting migrant workers is state’s moral duty – 6/27/1999

School scores are a lesson in education – 6/30/1999

Seeking treatment everyone deserves – 7/4/1999

A foolish suspicion of learning – 7/7/1999

Dissecting the Harley Mystique – 7/11/1999

Israel’s Barak aims for peace and security – 7/11/1999

Tune in to differences and turn off TV – 7/14/1999

NAACP must keep focus on solving problems of black Americans – 7/18/1999 

How about a little neighborly respect? – 7/21/1999

Fresh Mideast perspectives – 7/25/1999

Contract offers model and hope – 7/25/1999

Facing HIV, AIDS in the black community – 7/28/1999

Level the paying field for athletes – 8/1/1999

Kosovo’s future without its best minds – 8/4/1999

Environmental cures are worse than the disease – 8/8/1999

Displaced farm workers deserve help – 8/11/1999

Environment, economy clash in South Florida – 8/15/1999

What others won’t say about presidential candidate George W. Bush – 8/19/1999

Showing women’s rights include black women, too – 8/22/1999

A double standard on drugs – 8/25/1999

Robert W. Saunders – 11/28/1999

Technology helps give an education to migrant kids – 8/29/1999

An angry voice of inequitable times – 9/8/1999

Israel turns a page, finds a sense of humanity – 9/12/1999

Activist shouldn’t get or want apology – 9/15/1999

What others won’t say about presidential candidate George W. Bush – 9/19/1999

Short of the promise – 9/26/1999

Military service should be mandatory – 9/29/1999

Heroes in _ and out of _ the game – 10/3/1999

On Israel, I’ll call it as I see it – 10/10/1999

Tending the college crop of tomorrow – 10/13/1999

No illusions on next Africa trip – 10/17/1999

One player’s not enough to spoil game – 10/24/1999

From Haiti to America in servitude – 10/27/1999 

Was I afraid of the ghost? Just a little – 10/31/1999

A little wilderness close to home – 11/3/1999

GOP blacks make race a matter of convenience – 11/7/1999

Your gifts could build WWII memorial – 11/10/1999

Young farm worker’s labor yields fruit – 11/14/1999

God, could you send me some e-mail? – 11/17/1999

With candor, students talk about racism – 11/21/1999

Uhuru school would benefit children – 11/24/1999

Mothers-to-be should think before they drink – 11/28/1999

Researchers take a leap into faith – 12/1/1999

Forever young and changers of our world – 12/5/1999

Black Republicans are strange indeed – 12/8/1999

Bill Clinton’s presidency has been the most American of them all – 12/12/1999

“Failing’ school finds many successes – 12/15/1999

Race relations: 2100 // What will the world be like in 100 years? 12/26/1999?

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