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Nov 27th


'Angry Black' gunmen

'Angry Black' gunmenAlison Parker, a rookie news reporter at WDJB, the Roanoke, Va. CBS affiliate, had turned 24 just days before she was murdered on August 26. Her work partner, cameraman Adam Ward, was about to move to Charlotte, N.C. because his fiancé, a producer at WDJB, had a new job.

Misty Copeland danced her way to the top

Misty Copeland danced her way to the topFighting for freedom and equality comes in numerous different forms, vessels and vocations, particularly in a society with a history of stereotypical distortions about human capacity and ability based on race and ethnicity. Therefore, it is important to note whenever there is an irrefutable exposure of some of those false myths and caricatures.

How low will the GOP go?

How low will the GOP go?Karl Marx famously wrote, "History repeats itself, first time as tragedy, second as farce."

So, his ghost must have eagerly joined the many living in this dimension who last week thoroughly enjoyed the two spectacles that underscore the chaos within – and perhaps even the coming-apart of – the Republican Party.

Emmett Till's life still matters

Emmett Till's life still mattersThe more things change, the more they stay the same. Racially motivated murder of young Black Americans across the United States is not a new or rare phenomenon. For too long this brutally fatal manifestation of the madness of American racism has persisted in the face of public horror and disgust.

Can Hillary survive email controversy?

Can Hillary survive email controversy?If you had asked me just a year ago if former Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton would be the Democratic nominee for president of the United States I'd have replied "no question." I expected a near-coronation on the Democratic side, and a little rough-and-tumble on the Republican side.

Our white liberal conundrum

Our white liberal conundrumOne of the enduring debates since the enslavement of Africans in the American colonies has been the extent to which well-meaning whites can appropriate Black suffering and be a true participant in our liberation. From the roots of the abolitionist movement to the Niagara Movement, and subsequent founding of the interracial National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to the Civil Rights Movement, the issue of 'white intention' has been a point of conflict not only between purportedly liberal whites and Blacks, but within the Black community.

Bipartisan effort to reform the criminal justice system

Bipartisan effort to reform the criminal justice systemWhenever I have an opportunity to rejoin the transformational activities of the civil rights organization that was founded and led by the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I am always eager to participate. Such was the case July 23 in Baton Rouge, La. The occasion was the 57th annual convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and I had been invited to participate as part of a panel on criminal justice reform.
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