Danny Duncan Collum, a Sojourners contributing writer, teaches writing at Kentucky State University in Frankfort, Kentucky. He is the author of the novel White Boy.

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A Sick System

by Danny Duncan Collum 11-01-2007

When Michael Moore’s documentary about the U.S. health care system, Sicko, opened in theaters last June, I wasn’t feeling too well myself.

The Cult of Global Warming

by Danny Duncan Collum 09-01-2007
Corporate fixes lead to corporate control.

Reversing the Reagan Revolution

by Danny Duncan Collum 08-01-2007
It's time to bring fairness back to the nation's airwaves.

Stories of Solidarity

by Danny Duncan Collum 07-01-2007
Singing the songs of a bygone world.

The Miracle on McLemore Avenue

by Danny Duncan Collum 06-01-2007
The Southern soul - and community - of Stax Records.

One Side to Every Story

by Danny Duncan Collum 05-01-2007

The mainstream media's blind spot on "free trade."

'We Are the World'

by Danny Duncan Collum 05-01-2007
Now playing near you: A global monoculture.

An Apostle to the Hip

by Danny Duncan Collum 04-01-2007
These are the anti-megachurches.

We Buy, Therefore We Are

by Danny Duncan Collum 03-01-2007
Everday low prices are part of our American birthright. Right?

'This Ad is Your Ad'

by Danny Duncan Collum 02-01-2007
This message brought to you by anti-capitalist-capitalists.

Dylan, Reborn. Again.

by Danny Duncan Collum 01-01-2007
The poet, musician, author (and senior citizen) keeps it real- and keeps it coming.

Happy Holidays!

by Danny Duncan Collum 12-01-2006
The war on the war on Christmas

Keep it Close to Home

by Danny Duncan Collum 12-01-2006
Appalachian-influenced music with a modern twist: Zoe Speaks.

The Digital Pipeline

by Danny Duncan Collum 11-01-2006
Who will control the stories we tell-and who gets to see them?

The Spirit of the Midwest

by Danny Duncan Collum 09-01-2006
'Prairie Home Companion' hits prime time.

Public Neglect and Private Hope

by Danny Duncan Collum 09-01-2006

On the first anniversary of Katrina, New Orleans is grateful for the kindness of strangers, but worried about those levees.

A Digital Stage Dive

by Danny Duncan Collum 08-01-2006
Neil Young's Living With War reopens the channel between artist and audience.

Agents of Change

by Danny Duncan Collum 07-01-2006

Members and associates of Holy Family Catholic Church in Natchez, the first African-American parish in Mississippi, played an integral role in the civil rights movement.

Losing the News

by Danny Duncan Collum 07-01-2006
As newspapers die a slow death, can cable, radio, and the Web really provide serious, independent news?

A Life Of Enduring Impact

by Danny Duncan Collum 06-01-2006
For the next 54 years, Anne Braden was a solid citizen of 'the other America.'