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Rev. Cosby's support for Judge McLaughlin called out on Twitter

Last month I saw a tweet from St.

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#WeAreTheSouth #SomosElSur

As we begin LGBT History Month in October, I am excited to share with you all  the details of an exciting new social media photo campaign called #WeAreTheSouth /#SomosElSur.

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The media on race, sexual orientation and gender-based violence

A recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute reveals that the old punchline about white folks having only one black friend might very well be true.

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Dissed, Dismissed & Dumbstruck

The folks listed had pretty impressive qualifications, but I didn’t see any names I recognized and I definitely know some awesomely diverse emerging leaders.

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Simmer Down, Angry Mob

My column two weeks ago referenced the song “Turn! Turn! Turn!

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Turn, turn, turn

Both the Bible and The Byrds tell us that to everything, there is a season.

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The tipping point

Legislation to increase the minimum wage in Louisville is about to take off full-steam ahead in the next several weeks.

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The mayor’s minimum

While attending the U.S.

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Power of pop culture

I’ve devoted most of my columns to musings about social and political issues, but as anyone who knows me well can tell you, my most favorite thing to write and talk about is popular culture.

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A new dawn, a new day for District 1

Now that the dust has settled on the District 1 Metro Council race where Jessica Green ousted incumbent Attica Scott, I am inclined to do a little ranting about the race.