Chicago Sun-Times columnist John W. Fountain relates his inspiring story of surviving in a rough Chicago neighborhood as he witnesses spiraling black-on-black crime in predominantly African-American communities in large cities.
While participating in the protest is fine for his nephew, John W. Fountain writes in his Chicago Sun-Times column, he also looks forward to seeing him get an occupation.
In his Chicago Sun-Times column, John W. Fountain writes a sobering critique of the black church, saying it is no more effective than a bottle of rum in healing what ails the community.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist John Fountain says that while pastors preach about love from the pulpit, often death, poverty and hopelessness rage outside the church. Why?
Chicago Sun-Times columnist John Fountain excerpts a letter from an anonymous pastor he received in response to a critical essay he wrote about the black church.