Love Must Conquer Hate: Lessons from a Theatre Play Exploring Past Hatred and A Hate Crime in Today’s News


Anne & Emmett, a Play Last night (Friday, April 26), I attended a play presented by the Theatre Department of Baltimore’s Morgan State University called Anne & Emmett, written by Janet Langhart Cohen, which imagines a conversation between two young, historic victims of hate crimes: Anne Frank (1929-1945), the well-known German Jewish Holocaust victim, and … More Love Must Conquer Hate: Lessons from a Theatre Play Exploring Past Hatred and A Hate Crime in Today’s News

Black History Month Feature of the Week: Celebrating Serena Williams and Katrina Adams


February 14, 2015 On February 1, 2015, I shared a video with my Facebook friends of Serena Williams’ classy and heartfelt speech after winning the 2015 Australian Open Women’s Singles Tennis Championship (https://www.facebook.com/#!/video.php?v=10153512475856102&set=vb.26081741101&type=2&theater). I’ve been following Serena and Venus Williams since the sisters first exploded onto the world courts of tennis—an astonishing 20 and 21 … More Black History Month Feature of the Week: Celebrating Serena Williams and Katrina Adams