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.

Land Reform and American Agriculture

Atlanta and the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Inspiring Face of Immigration

Anne Braden’s Tireless War on Racism

Working with Coretta Scott King

Whistling Dixie Yet Again

Privatizing the Social Contract

She Made Us Proud to be Southerners

Militarization is Not an Answer for Economic Development or Reconstruction

Racist Policies Lead to Death and Destruction

Home Grown Axis of Evil

A Day in Mississippi

Misconceptions About King’s Methods for Change

Will the Real Christians Please Stand?

How the South Became Republican: It’s About Race

Bush’s Reelection: a perspective from the South