Published by St. Petersburg Times News Paper

A Kwanzaa call for action – 1/1/2008

Stuff your troubles into the shredder – 1/6/2008

Obama’s win doesn’t erase the issue of race – 1/6/2008 

Redemption starts with compassion in justice – 1/10/2008

Bush’s last-ditch effort for peace a flawed gambit – 1/13/2008

Someone to look up to – 1/17/2008

White friends of civil rights – 1/20/2008 

FAMU floundering in a sea of favoritism – 1/24/2008 

Behind the love for Clinton – 1/27/2008 

A stern, friendly hand of help – 1/30/2008

Women hold key to Clint’s fate – 2/3/2008

Trial puts a dent in Midtown’s culture of fear – 2/7/2008

Why she decided to stand by Bill – 2/10/2008

Ward Cleaver was my great inspiration – 2/14/2008

No sanctuary from random violence – 2/17/2008 

For a safe campus, use facts, not fear – 2/21/2008 

The haloed one – 2/24/2008 

When wit was in style – 2/28/2008 

Hyphens, histories and the hypocrites – 3/2/2008

Storms champions ignorance – 3/6/2008

Media tainted by anti-Clinton Bias – 3/9/2008

On subject sex, we’re so confused – 3/13/2008

Phony black friends ditch Sen. Clinton – 3/16/2008

Before you ban a book, try reading it – 3/20/2008

There’s no escaping racial politics – 3/23/2008

Baseball’s ‘short season’ will live long in memory – 3/27/2008

Principal minds the gap – 3/30/2008

If silence prevails in killing, justice won’t – 4/3/2008

‘Swanee River’ out of flow as state song – 4/6/2008

The sin of peddling ignorance – 4/10/2008

Leading a religion that lacks a creed – 4/13/2008

Florida’s demeaning ditty lives on – 4/13/2008

Big hearts in a small Florida town – 4/17/2008

More part-time professors, more dropouts – 4/20/2008

Long, hard road to degree – 4/24/2008

It was the worst and best of times – 4/27/2008

Five drowsy days in Mexico is just the ticket – 5/4/2008

Praying is fine, but it takes action to solve problems – 5/8/2008

Never forget your mother – 5/11/2008

Success is well within reach for stutteres – 5/14/2008

Our sacred cows stray in the way of honest debate – 5/18/2008 

Gender bias is largely ignored – 5/22/2008

One more great escape with Indiana – 5/25/2008

Baseball’s future in the stands – 5/29/2008

U.S. again out of step with the world – 6/1/2008

Police blamed for mistakes of others – 6/5/2008

So long, pain in the neck – 6/8/2008

Survival guide for black males – 6/12/2008

Happiness in the horse latitudes – 6/15/2008

Bold initiative gives teens a hand up – 6/19/2008

Only in South Africa: Chinese are classified as black – 6/22/2008

For black parents, some life-or-death advice – 6/29/2008

Cities must have option to ban pit bull’s menace – 7/3/2008

Disappointment ahead for Obama faithful – 7/6/2008 

Pleasures of the page – 7/10/2008

Eating that tomato can put you in a moral peril – 7/13/2008

Flamingos take wing off the page – 7/20/2008

60 years ago, Truman stood up for blacks – 7/24/2008

Weaving tangled web of deceit – 7/27/2008

A good sales clerk is hard to find – 7/31/2008 

The dangers of being religious and liberal – 8/3/2008

Uhurus keep democracy vibrant – 8/7/2008

Code of silence poisons case – 8/17/2008

Tropical ill winds blow some good – 8/21/2008

Gross-out genre gets boys reading – 8/24/2008 

School sports suffer for glory of few – 8/28/2008 

TV’S classics innocence lost to crude reality – 9/4/2008

Farmworkers exploited, even enslaved, in Florida – 9/7/2008 

A degree of gratitude – 9/14/2008 

Cuts undermine ‘house of wisdom’ – 9/21/2008

Stressful test don’t tell whole story – 9/28/2008

Campus assaults too often hushed up – 10/5/2008

Adjuncts’ academic freedom snuffed out – 10/12/2008

Europe leads in literature – 10/16/2008

Ailing army needs rebuilding – 10/19/2008

Rays do their part; Now it’s up to you, the fans – 10/22/2008

Many parents eager to help kids succeed – 11/2/2008

Molding character at school? It’s a myth – 11/9/2008

D.C. tenure tussle may hold lessons for Nation – 11/16/2008

Paradise in our back yard – 11/30/2008

Fellowship sprouts in green city center – 12/7/2008

Shameful exploitation – 12/14/2008

Chinese fight brain drain – 12/21/2008

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