Columnists Earl Ofari Hutchinson Opinion

THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Dolezal poses ugly challenge to America

In one fell swoop, former Spokane NAACP President Rachel Dolezal managed to ignite furor over race, civil rights, civil rights organizations, leadership, integrity, reverse discrimination, media sensationalism, and even family squabbles. That is a quite a feat for one person who was almost totally unknown before the firestorm broke over her allegedly misrepresenting herself as Read More…

Columnists Earl Ofari Hutchinson Opinion

THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Drought slams South L.A. residents

The severe and prolonged drought that has slammed California is not just an academic exercise in discussing climate control and water conservation measures. Nor is it yet another opportunity to level hefty fines for chronic water wasters. It’s a calamity that like so many other looming catastrophes slams South Los Angeles residents harder than in Read More…

Columnists Earl Ofari Hutchinson Opinion

THE HUTCHINSON REPORT: Black-on-black violence has many causes

A day after 19-year-old Tavin Price was gunned down at a South L.A. car wash; I got a call from a local television reporter. He was miffed that civil rights leaders demand arrests, prosecutions and long jail sentences when a white cop guns down a young black but are deafeningly mute when young blacks wantonly Read More…