Barbara Reynolds
Columnist

Reynolds is an ordained minister, a columnist for The RootDC and the author of six books, including “Out of Hell and Living Well, Healing From the Inside Out.” She is a former editor and columnist for USA Today.

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I fought for voting rights in 1965. Racism in the North hurt me as much as racism in the South.

I fought for voting rights in 1965. Racism in the North hurt me as much as racism in the South.

Just because racism isn’t blatant, doesn’t mean it isn’t there.

The biggest problem with ‘Selma’ has nothing to do with LBJ or the Oscars

The biggest problem with ‘Selma’ has nothing to do with LBJ or the Oscars

Why do we keep diminishing the legacy of Coretta Scott King?

After ‘March’, feeling hopeful about the ‘Dream’

After ‘March’, feeling hopeful about the ‘Dream’

The world in which I was barely tolerated has drastically changed so much that the scenes at the Lincoln Memorial brought tears to my eyes and a smile on my face.

What should we tell our sons, now?

What should we tell our sons, now?

OPINION|  How do we prepare our African-American children for the terrible consequence that the simple act of Walking While Black?