The Southern Poverty Law Center is the nation’s leading organization tracking hate groups in the United States. One of their well-known periodicals is Intelligence Report, which chronicles the activities of these groups and trends and developments in the struggle against their messages. Another is Teaching Tolerance, widely-read magazine for educators who address issues of racism, . . . → Read More: White Flour in ‘Teaching Tolerance’ & ‘Intelligence Report’
This morning I heard from several friends about a KKK rally in Charlotte, NC this past Saturday. It seems that my book White Flour had a hand in inspiring some Charlotte clowns (Charlatans?) to meet hatred with humor, just as the Coup Clutz Clowns did in Knoxville in 2007.
The Klan and Neo-Nazis . . . → Read More: Life Inspires Art (…inspires life)
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Here is the audio from a lovely interview with Pam Bunch on Western North Carolina’s WNCW, regarding White Flour. Much gratitude to that wonderful radio station for sharing the news about the book.
Click on the highlighted text below to listen:
WNCW Interview—June 2012
Here is a beautiful article that ran recently in the Asheville Citizen-Times, Asheville, North Carolina, on the cover of their “Living” section. If only they could have gotten the picture of me a little bit bigger…
Click on the photo below to read the article (thanks to Paul Choi for the photo below).
. . . → Read More: Asheville Citizen-Times Article
Here is a recent appearance on the syndicated NPR show The State of Things, hosted by Frank Stasio. It was a great conversation, as I suspect any conversation with Frank is.
Here is an appearance on Macon Georgia’s NBC station, Channel 41 on May 29, 2012, talking about White Flour. It’s possible that I should have put some white flour on my head to combat the glare… 😉
. . . → Read More: Interview on NBC 41 in Macon, Georgia