“There is no such thing as racism,” says Lil Wayne.
African-American rights in Baltimore have always been in jeopardy.
Trump doesn’t visit black communities, he doesn’t go to black churches. But he still expects over 95% of the black vote. Really?
Will we ever eradicate racism from American society?
Why black youth are branded as criminals.
Nodding heads and vague plans haven’t worked so far. It’s time for movie viewers to demand a change.
Imagine that on any given day a white person could be lynched or beaten to death, just because they’re white.
Julie France reflects on the similarities between the racial tensions in the United States and Israel.
Thaddeus Howze shouldn’t have to share these 10 tips on how to stay alive as a man of color.
Following the logic of some in Philadelphia’s black political class, it would seem Ed Rendell is in possession of the black political birthright.
Keith Owens reminds us of the chilling truth that while some things have changed in the South, some things remain the same.
Acknowledgments in life are greater than a holiday after death.
“You cannot understand what’s going on with Ferguson today without knowing this history.”
Democracy only works when most people vote and participate. Voting should be encouraged, facilitated, easy, and free from coercion and fraud.
Rashaun Williams believes the best way for black people to confront and change the rampant racism in the US is to educate, inform, and empower their own communities.
Jamie Utt compiles the essentials for white folks to know before talking about racism.