Kimberley Jane Wilson is a member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network.

Selected Publications by Kimberley Jane Wilson:

The Ebonics Game (February 2006)

The Media’s Shameful Reporting of Hurricane Katrina (October 2005)

New Orleans, Land of Dreams (October 2005)

A Whiff of Truth (August 2005)

Goodbye Dan (July 2005)

Five Suggestions for Michael Jackson (May 2005)

Bigotry from the Left (December 2004)

Ryshawn Bynum: American Slavery’s Latest Victim? (September 2004)

A Low-Down, Dirty Shame (August 2004)

Reverend Al’s Campaign: When Sequels Go Bad (June 2004)

Why People Defend Michael Jackson (January 2004)

Thanks, Dad (November 2003)

What About Adoption? (February 2003)

Lott Had to Go (January 2003)

It’s OK to Talk Trash at the “Barbershop” (December 2002)

Stoning Death Sentence Creates a Nigerian Nightmare (November 2002)

For the Love of Rilya, We Need to Fix the Black Family (June 2002)

A Piece of Black History is Lost (December 2001)

Who’s the Real Source of Wartime Hysteria? (November 2001)

The NAACP in Wonderland (October 2001)

The Change (September 2001)

Reparations, Anyone? (August 2001)

Black Men and Families: What’s Going On? (July 2001)

How To Raise a Thug (June 2001)

A Good Strong Slap (March 2001)

So What Do We Do Now? (December 2000)

This Will Hurt (November 2000)

Raynard Johnson and the Ghosts of Mississippi (August 2000)

Time for Some Child Control (July 2000)

Slavery in Our Time (May 2000)

The Elian Snatch and What It Could Mean to You (April 2000)

On the NAACP and Boycotts (August 1999)

The Big Lie (April 1999)

A Street Named Martin Luther King (January 1998)

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