This is not an easy subject, but it is one that must be addressed over and over, until we fix what is broken.
The white and colored signs may be gone, but their removal doesn’t mean race relations have advanced much in the past several decades.
Apparently taking a knee during the National Anthem is divisive.
R.G. Evans’s poem is a rough look at how race divides the poor.
A non-Malayali tells us how Malayali men celebrate Onam, and why the festival is still relevant.
Do not speak unless you intend to improve the silence.
Why are these so-called patriotic Americans vilifying Colin Kaepernick?
If a black body is murdered by the police in the middle of the night and there’s no one there to hear it, can you even blame the police?
Why racial tension in this country is so strong.
He’s getting the same kinds of votes that I have gotten in Louisiana…
James Woodruff stands with Colin Kaepernick and other black athletes who are coming together to protest a system that is broken.
Mike Kasdan is upset and frustrated by the reaction of so-called patriots to Kaepernick’s All-American protest for social change.
African-American rights in Baltimore have always been in jeopardy.
What is it that stops us from responding to discrimination?
With #BlackLivesMatter and a never-ending list of African Americans being killed by police, the film ‘Do The Right Thing’ is even more relevant now than when it was released 27 years ago.
So much has been happening in the world lately. I don’t know whether I should react or retreat.