Mr. Charles Ramsey in The New York Times advocated for transparency following police killings, while ignoring he did the opposite at the tail end of his career.
Let me make one distinction first: saving time is different from capturing time. By capturing time, I’m talking about preserving the moments that seem to escape us. Harnessing today’s technology, which is, incidentally, begging us to use it, is one surefire way to bottle up some time. Smartphone apps, for example, have been a way…
The white supremacists targeting Houston’s NAACP have rooted their actions in a mis-perception of Black Lives Matter.
What can be tried in Philadelphia to reduce gun violence that the City hasn’t already attempted?
Philadelphia isn’t immune to rioting, but officials say it’s the ahead-of-the-curve policing that differentiates it from its counterparts.
Chicago slowly traversed to the right side of history while Philly remained stubbornly planted in its comfort-zone of corruption.
Upon the fatal shooting of Mr. Crutcher, the quarterback’s protest has a more current context, one that’s difficult to dismiss or argue against.
A non-Malayali tells us how Malayali men celebrate Onam, and why the festival is still relevant.
Congressman John Lewis, a rebel rouser in his youth whose activism was resisted, receives one of America’s most prestigious awards.
The Philadelphia Police Department considered citizens’ concerns in developing body-worn camera policy, but that’s not what the DOJ recommended.
Mr. Trump and the Fraternal Order of Police have a shared objective: amidst perceived lawlessness, re-establish law-and-order.
Mr. Donald Trump likely avoided Milwaukee because he was scared and doesn’t want to engage Black voters in a meaningful way.
The statement on Birtherism from the Trump campaign isn’t true, shifts blame, and is absent of an apology.
Ambiguity abounds in Philadelphia as to whether or not quantity and quality of stop-and-frisk will be addressed simultaneously.
Baltimore cops receive week-long curriculum-based training on stop-and-frisk, which include real scenarios, while officers in Philadelphia receive a roll-call training several times a week.
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.