Danny Duncan Collum, a Sojourners contributing writer, teaches writing at Kentucky State University in Frankfort, Kentucky. His novel White Boy was recently published by Apprentice House.
Articles By This Author
Brian Fallon's Christianity is less apparent than his Bruce devotion.
Epic Bad Behavior
Fraternities have become the tail that wags the dog in U.S. universities.
Rich Songs of Economic Despair
Singer-songwriter Angaleena Presley paints a heartbreaking picture of what Appalachia has become.
Comcast's Net Neutrality Shell Game
Democracy requires universal access to the means of communication.
Time for a Cyberweapons Treaty?
Cyberwar stories were uninteresting until one involved a threat to our inalienable right to laugh at fart jokes.
The Persistent Strain
White supremacy may have weakened, but it can still make us sick.
The Internet's Toxic Waste Dump
Souls are being stained and scarred to keep your internet experiance relatively clean.
Paying to Play
Our culture has managed to turn children's sports into an expensive "gated community" for the elite.
The Christ of Compton
Jesus appears on Adult Swim, as he did in Palestine, in a manner both obscure and mysterious.
A Teachable Moment
Maybe young black men with transformed intellects isn't what the educational-industrial complex wants.
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