While resistance is necessary because of how dangerous and divisive a Trump presidency could be, absolute resistance by leaders could impact constituents.
Black march participants say police exercised a double-standard when a White man known for provocation was allowed to agitate them without consequence.
In a special podcast presentation, activists and academics explain what communities of color should expect from White allies.
Can a white voter who cast a ballot for Mr. Trump serve as an ally in the movement for Black lives?
Techbook Online’s 2017 mantra is ‘agitate to advance,’ and that’ll be reflected in everything produced, both news and events.
Thus far in 2017, no political proceeding has debunked the myth of the American black monolith like the nomination of Senator Jeff Sessions.
The onus for ensuring the incumbent’s defeat will lie at the doorsteps of activists who over the years have denounced the Philadelphia District Attorney.
The kidnapping in Chicago of a mentally handicapped man had nothing to do with Black Lives Matter; headlines that say otherwise are fake news reports!
Protest marches are timeless, but so is strategy, sustainability and substance; all must work together, or a hunger for change will pervade society.
By attending the inauguration, Mrs. Clinton has reneged on her pro-women bona fides and normalized a man she portrayed as abnormal.
If the National Guard is sent to Chicago, their priority should be to find the source of drugs and guns, even if that means implicating officials.
Those whose religion is condemnation are not only unlike Christ, but aim to do a work that God thought unnecessary for his only begotten son to perform.
Among his 2016 successes, Philadelphia’s Mayor counts the passing of his proposed soda tax and ensuring fewer pedestrian stops-and-frisks.
Troy Maxson generates emotion in those who view him, but his multiplicities of identities ensure that feelings will run the gamut.
A bill to examine body camera policies zipped through the Philadelphia City Council, says civilian oversight practitioner.
Protest to remember Mr. Brandon Tate-Brown occupied a busy Center City Philadelphia street and targeted the District Attorney’s office.