Roger Manus


Tulsa, Namibia, Hitler, January 6: A scholar warns that history matters

By: - June 7, 2021

“I wish I had the flexibility to teach a lot of things.” That was the response of my tenth-grade history teacher to my request to learn more about black history.  It was February of 1968. The civil rights movement was still going strong.  Two months later, Dr. King would be assassinated.  Significantly, I was raising […]

Voter ID: A poll tax on Aunt Bee

By: - November 5, 2018

“How hard can it be to get a photo ID?” My neighbor asked this sincere question at a community picnic. Voters are being asked this fall to decide for or against: “Constitutional amendment to require voters to provide photo identification before voting in person.”