Published by St. Petersburg Times News Paper

Mrs. Mobley lived with the pain of all black mothers – 1/12/2003

What had changed was Bill Maxwell – 1/15/2003 

A disgrace to King’s legacy – 1/19/2003 

Airline passengers’ smorgasbord of smells – 1/22/2003

Winning sports is good for the soul – 1/26/2003

Sharon’s re-election would be bad news – 1/29/2003

Jim Crow is given a new outfit – 2/2/2003 

Space travel keeps American dreams alive – 2/5/2003

Peterman opts out of fight – 2/9/2003

Names of pride or labels for stereotypes? – 2/12/2003

A symbol of terror and racism in the South 2/16/2003

The man behind Mississippi’s sea change – 2/19/2003

The fight against apathy rages in our back yard – 2/23/2003 

A month for more than just rhetoric – 2/26/2003

Language police use excessive force – 3/2/2003

No more excuses for misbehaving children – 3/5/2003

Joined at the hip, dragging each other down – 3/9/2003

Upscale housing one answer for Midtown – 3/12/2003

Mrs. Parks is not entertained – 3/16/2003

Don’t be afraid of democracy – 3/23/2003

A tradition of abuse in the fields of Florida – 3/26/2003

Black boarding school provides a haven of discipline, learning – 3/30/2003

When bad kids happen to good parents – 4/2/2003

Schools, vouchers and Republican Darwinism – 4/6/2003

Moral responsibility in matters of race  4/9/2003

A violinist blooms in St. Petersburg – 4/13/2003

Historically black Stillman thrives, an oasis of learning in divisive time – 4/27/2003 

Midtown crying for more action, less talk – 4/30/2003

Last notes from the struggle – 5/4/2003

Nearly 80, mama still tries to mold her boy – 5/7/2003

The miracle workers who are teachers – 5/11/2003

Black families have no choice in Pinellas – 5/14/2003

Not-so-light summer reading – 5/18/2003 

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