Published by St. Petersburg Times News Paper

See there, I told you so – 1/7/2001

Experience colors our view of history – 1/10/2001

To serve, the church must first heal its own racism – 1/14/2001 

The South’s growth is good for GOP – 1/17/2001

Homestead was a sweet win but just the beginning – 1/21/2001 

Yes, I’m a sore loser and proud of it – 1/24/2001

Does a local black revolutionary have a chance at mayor? – 1/28/2001 

The saddest sight post-Super Bowl – 1/31/2001

The lowdown on old curmudgeons from a proud one – 2/4/2001

Heavy past hangs over Groveland – 2/7/2001

Denial gets us nowhere when living with racism – 2/11/2001 

Jim Crow conflict clouded the point – 2/14/2001 

Harming more than helping our teachers – 2/18/2001 

Someone to fight for farm workers’ rights – 2/21/2001 

Residents of St. Petersburg south side want to be recognized – 2/25/2001 

Getting older, we are living life in reverse – 2/28/2001 

Some Palestinian students find political act in studying rather than fighting – 3/4/2001 

Cardinal without authority to judge artist – 3/7/2001 

A moment of innocence – 3/11/2001 

The Big Apple would like Mayor Clinton – 3/14/2001 

What’s pathetic is Egan’s judgment – 3/18/2001 

Discovering a legendary football coach – 3/21/2001 

It’s important to do what you love – 3/25/2001 

Deed restrictions rule out foster care – 3/28/2001

Rev. Jackson’s time has come to step down – 4/1/2001 

Flavor of the South in its past and present – 4/4/2001 

I have seen “kids these days’ and they are us – 4/8/2001

The list of ugly names for blacks is long – 4/11/2001 

The beauty of journalism – 4/15/2001 

Kids mature and mellow in their own time – 4/18/2001 

Davis will need help from residents with the right attitude – 4/22/2001

D-Rays need the magic a win would lend – 4/25/2001

Faulty logic in art that offends – 4/29/2001

Back to an ancient art _ a typewriter – 5/2/2001

Rediscovering the beauty of America – 5/9/2001 

A Preacher’s Kid is exposed – 5/13/2001 

Nicey-niced ourselves to groutesqueness – 5/20/2001  

Laugh, but I won’t fool with hurricanes – 5/23/2001 

Message to graduates: Try to give of yourself and serve your communities well – 5/27/2001 

Amtrak makes holiday travel different – 5/30/2001 

Fighting over the holy land: A place vs. people without a place – 6/3/2001

Plagued by rainy season’s lightning fires – 6/6/2001 

Water wars keep Mideast on boil as draught continues – 6/10/2001 

Name building for those who ennoble us – 6/13/2001

Israeli settlements: outposts of national lunacy – 6/24/2001

Devil Rays could use a loyal following – 6/27/2001 

Summer is good time for kids to simply be kids – 7/1/2001 

Deals make Rays games more affordable – 7/5/2001 

George Bush is clearly not up to the job – 7/8/2001

Center for teachers inspires and enriches – 7/11/2001 

There’s no limit to man’s cruelty – 7/15/2001 

Harry Truman’s wise words – 7/22/2001

Writer personified the best of the South – 7/25/2001

We have no leaders to save our black men – 7/29/2001

Too much importance placed on FCAT – 8/1/2001

Poll of first ladies say more about Americans’ view of women – 8/5/2001 

A magical stay on Martha’s Vineyard – 8/19/2001 

The hard lessons you learn on your own – 8/22/2001

Christian zealotry risks lives – 8/26/2001

Southerners love their football season – 8/29/2001  

A bearded man gets a reaction – 9/2/2001 

Harlem school helping children learn – 9/5/2001 

Israeli rejection of U.N. conference silenced potential talks – 9/9/2001 

Attack on our twin towers is personal – 9/12/2001

Going to difficult places broadens us – 9/16/2001

A slow return to normal after tragedy – 9/19/2001

New York state of mind slowly returns – 9/23/2001 

Protest of war reflects a healthy America – 9/26/2001 

When crisis hits, blacks asked to be patriots – 9/30/2001 

An Arab-owned store in my neighborhood – 10/3/2001 

Read, reflect and make a difference – 10/7/2001 

Suffering insurance indignities – 10/14/2001 

For some, terror in the mail is nothing new – 10/17/2001

Once again, the messenger takes a pounding – 10/21/2001

The compatibility of a nation’s values – 10/24/2001

Some patriotism doesn’t sit well in land of the free – 10/28/2001 

The lives left behind after the tragedy – 10/31/2001 

Indentifying Arabs who live among us – 11/4/2001

22nd Street Business District needs help – 11/7/2001

With fewer people traveling, agents suffer and some close up shop – 11/11/2001 

Dantzler: A real-life Florida character – 11/14/2001 

Snubbing Arafat was a bad idea – 11/18/2001

A Q&A about the creation of Palestinian state – 11/25/2001

Migrant farm worker abuse continues – 11/28/2001

Mother is clean, sober and going strong – 12/2/2001

A New York streetscape in action – 12/5/2001 

Thurmond’s South and all it embodies – 12/9/2001

Goodness has come to Sanderlin Center – 12/12/2001 

U.S. should reconsider aid to Israel – 12/16/2001

Southern Jews in the Civil War – 12/25/2001

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