Rod Graham is the Editorial Board's neighborhood sociologist. A professor at Virginia's Old Dominion University, he researches and teaches courses in the areas of cyber-crime and racial inequality. His work can be found at roderickgraham.com. Follow him @roderickgraham.
Passing the core infrastructure bill without the accompanying human infrastructure bill will only exacerbate economic inequality.
Even so, progressives must engage with left-leaning, intellectual anti-wokes. They are our once and future political allies.
Sticks and stones break bones, but words hurt, too.
Reflecting on the bonding power of social capital.
Not seeing race is good, writes Rod Graham. But not seeing racism is bad.
Our society needs it, but the myth needs overhauling, writes Rod Graham