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.

Latest by Barbara Reynolds

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?

Not too late for shamed sons to honor their fathers

Not too late for shamed sons to honor their fathers

It’s hard to overlook the shameful parade of civil rights leaders’ sons in our area who are in jail or on the way.

Snyder’s “Never” is reminiscent of an ugly past

Snyder’s “Never” is reminiscent of an ugly past

OPINION| “Never” is a terminal sounding word, void of hope, any appeal to reason, de-humanizing and portents a situation that will not change.