Instead of choosing political teams, let’s have a conversation about the things that are important.
Matthew Rozsa deconstructs the dangerous logic being used by the anti-gay rights movement in America today. — Over the last week or so, there has been a growing problem with the logic of the anti-gay rights movement. Let’s see if this article from the right-wing blog InfoWars about Vester Lee Flanagan, the African-American gay man who shot two reporters…
Meg Ainsworth was disowned for dating a black man, so she knows a thing or two about racism.
Hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan have no place in a nation where the majority wants to heal racial wounds.
The failure to target the malignancy of racism both smacks of Dorian Gray avoiding his portrait in the attic and carves fresh blemishes amongst those caused by the malignancy itself. Quentin Lucas shows us how.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the concept of honor… and how we should use that concept to truly understand why the KKK is so repugnant.
The Confederate flag symbolizes the worst aspects of humanity’s inhumanity. The South must move on, says Warren Blumenfeld.
Forgiveness, to the majority of Black churches, is a word as highly regarded as abstinence.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men how Black fathers are overcoming many obstacles in order to be the best that they can be
African-Americans dispel monolithic myth with polarized feelings of forgiveness towards Charleston shooting suspect.
People are right to praise the politicians in South Carolina who have finally come around to wanting to disown the Confederate battle flag.
Instead of discussing the hard issues which enabled the Charleston shooting, America has been consumed by the debate over the Confederate flag.
Lincoln Anthony Blades on a symbol of hate transformed.
Jose Padua finds that the Civil War is hardly over in his hometown.
Alex Yarde wonders if we really call ourselves free when we’re willing to entertain the idea of removing a Pride Flag but not the one that, for many, symbolizes legalized slavery?