Bullying is a world-wide phenomenon.
Alex Yarde has heard just about enough from Trump about black state of affairs.
This isn’t the old west, this is the 21st century where everyone, under the law, is supposed to be equal.
Hip Hop artist or Flip Flop artist? Rapper, Lil Wayne, speaks his mind and says that there is no such thing as racism.
This difficult growth, these hard conversations, these fears and hurts, all had to happen. They are the new skin that we are struggling to grow.
The statement on Birtherism from the Trump campaign isn’t true, shifts blame, and is absent of an apology.
It’s not enough to just starting out handing out hugs and ice cream and forgetting about the past
Let us stop judging Hillary Clinton on her ability to woo us with her feminine charms.
It is just as real, though.
Dramatic efforts to bring America to its best-self, like Mr. Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem, are acts of tough love of country.
No one was harmed during his protest. So, why are people condemning an African American for practicing the first amendment?
Do not speak unless you intend to improve the silence.
Alex Yarde looks at Homegrown Terrorist Film “The Siege” and compares it to today’s political reality.
Maybe governments will prioritize funding for civilian oversight of police if it’s framed as an issue of job creation rather than one of social justice.
Why are these so-called patriotic Americans vilifying Colin Kaepernick?
We are beautiful human beings who refuse to be seen as racist objectifications conceptualized by a white racial framing.