Call a dog a cat long enough, that dog will begin to meow.
Liam Day looks deep into the story of Ahmed Mohamed and wonders if surface outrage can obscure larger evils.
Black people may see racism as central to their reality, while white people may consider racism a thing of the past.
Quentin Lucas realizes he may die one day at the hands of the police, so he wrote what would be his final words now.
Warren Blumenfeld calls out the situation in Charleston for exactly what it is.
Ever notice how the racist media treats black protesters & white rioters differently?
Chris Crass sits down with leaders from a group of Jewish people who work to create equality, justice, and freedom for all people of Palestine and Israel.
I still feel the horror and pain of Freddie Gray’s death at the hands of Baltimore police officers. I also feel hope for the future that those responsible may be brought to justice.
When people see no hope for a better future the inevitable eruptions should can come as no surprise.
Stop the war, bring our men back home
There is a formula when it comes to apologizing for racist events. This time it’s not enough.
Warlords don’t have use for peace because peace doesn’t have use for warlords.
We are horrified at blatant racist acts, but should we be?
…and all he got was this lousy treatment.
Mayor de Blasio kicks off a a battle with NYPD over “The Talk” and Warren Blumenfeld sees a perfect chance to have a similar “Talk” with the nation.
What Selma taught this southern guy about the mind of white privilege