Harry R. Jackson, Jr.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr.

Christian Post Guest Columnist


  • Will More 'Equal Employment Opportunity' Make the Dream Live?

    Will More 'Equal Employment Opportunity' Make the Dream Live?

    From the early days of the Montgomery (Alabama) Improvement Association in which Dr. King became the first president in December 1955, to the March on Washington in August of 1963, the Civil Rights Movement went beyond giving blacks a chance to escape poverty. In an amazingly short time, employment, housing, and educational opportunities were abound. At the time of King's assassination, the black quest for economic equality seemed achievable. King's greater dream, however, of complete racial har

  • Wright Is Still Wrong!

    Wright Is Still Wrong!

    It's time for the nation to move beyond Jeremiah Wright\'s negativity and tackle the problems of race and generational poverty in America.

  • A Greene Victory in South Carolina?

    A Greene Victory in South Carolina?

    The Democratic Party is embarrassed by Greene\'s victory. There are at least two excuses for Greene\'s win.

  • Race Based Politics

    Race Based Politics

    Last week, Rep. Artur Davis (D-Ala.) lost his primary bid for Governor of Alabama in a crushing defeat. His opponent, Ron Sparks, won by 25 points in a contest that some believe shows that the race-based politics of the south have not changed.

  • Crying Wolf on Racism

    Crying Wolf on Racism

    The controversy over the Arizona border law has been unprecedented. Unfortunately, it seems that the real reason for the current outcry is a politically motivated attempt to change the tables in the 2010 and 2012 elections.

  • Religious Predators Target Girls?

    Religious Predators Target Girls?

    In an alarming reversal of protocol and wisdom, partial or total female circumcision is gaining acceptance within the U.S. these days.

  • Protestants Should Protest Kagan

    Protestants Should Protest Kagan

    Devout Christians of all denominations and races are in danger of experiencing what blacks in the late 1960s and early 1970s called "institutional racism"

  • Why are Liberals So Afraid of Prayer?

    Why are Liberals So Afraid of Prayer?

    Perhaps political liberals believe that the religious right will be emboldened or strengthened if they are allowed to pray in public places or on special national holidays.

  • A Tea Party Diary

    A Tea Party Diary

    I had the privilege of attending my first Tea Party event. I addressed several thousand people concerning the impact of wrong-headed energy policies on all Americans

  • Steele Must Be Fired – Up

    Steele Must Be Fired – Up

    If Steele is fired or resigns before he completes a critical stabilization plan for the party, it may spell doom for the RNC in 2010 and beyond.