Heather Gray

Heather Gray is a writer and radio producer in Atlanta, Georgia and has also lived in Canada, Australia, Singapore, briefly in the Philippines and has traveled in southern Africa. For 24 years she has worked in support of Black farmer issues and in cooperative economic development in the rural South. She holds degrees in anthropology and sociology. She can be reached at hmcgray@earthlink.net.

Black Farmers’ Lives Matter

A Message to American Mothers About Sex in the Military

Comparing Nuclear War with Industrial Agriculture

The Homosexual Experience in America

The Massacre in Charleston: “What Then Must We Do?”

The Militarization of U.S. Police Departments

Draconian Neoliberalism

It’s A Matter of Life and Death: Misconceptions About King’s Methods for Change

The Legacy of the Stono Rebellion

Coca-Cola and Its Egregious History

Race, Intelligence and the Corporate Plunder of Africa

Martin Luther King, Jr: a Victim of the United States’ 20th Century Anti-Communist Campaign

A Draconian Structural Adjustment for the US?

The Airways are Owned by the People

Growing Up In Jim Crow Atlanta

Occupy Wall Street vs. Kingian Methods

Michelle Bachmann’s Crazy Ideas About Black Farmers

Was the American Revolution Fought to Save Slavery?

Tells the Facts, Names the Names

Will the Tea Party Congress Block Justice for Black Farmers?

Will the Tea Party Congress Block Justice for Black Farmers?

How Shirley Sherrod Saved a White-Owned Farm in South Georgia

The Saga of Shirley Sherrod

21st Century Populist Declaration of Independence

21st Century Populist Declaration of Independence