The reasons why are multi-faceted, but a contributing factor is the oligarchy that replaced democracy and which subtly demands Black Philadelphia lawmakers to act docile.
The question isn’t why Black Lives Matter doesn’t address black-on-black crime, but why is the public so comfortable with undermining the movement?
An unprecedented sign of unity would be cops and citizens protesting against gun violence.
To say “All Lives Matter,” especially in America, is to deny the country its history of hate, exclusion, torture, racism and disregard for life.
In the aftermath of recent police killings, comedian D.L. Hughley is seeking justice and change, not applause and laughter.
The context is that police officers hold the power of life and death within their discretion and those they encounter are defenseless to their sovereignty.
Maybe the person to drown out the message championed by Mr. Donald Trump isn’t a politician or an activist, but rather a professional wrestler.
The mis-perception of Blacks held by Mr. Trump’s supporters and others is the result of an indoctrination of the public by the American media.
The American epidemic known as stop-and-frisk was birthed from the case Terry v. Ohio, which when examined carefully was problematic.
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?