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Heather Heyer was a woman who took selfies, used Facebook, and was not atypical of her age and interests.
Here’s how I’m dealing with the fact that many of my friends did.
Light and goodness in others will shine through, but hate can be disguised, lurking out of sight.
The “alt-right” has started causing seriously “alt” fights around the country as protesters and counter-protesters grow increasingly violent at demonstrations.
President Trump’s insistence that “both sides” are to blame for the violence in Charlottesville is drawing condemnation from all parts of the political spectrum.
When President Trump altered course on Tuesday after a previous (if belated) condemnation of racist, far-right groups at the violent Charlottesville (Va.) protests, he did so by shifting blame back to what he called the “alt-left.”
We are a unified, equal race and people before God—anything else is unequivocally wrong.
Dr. Vibe asks Black male thought leaders about: Sean Spicer-April Ryan incident & Bill O’Reilly referring to Rep. Maxine Waters’ hair as a ‘James Brown wig.’
The white supremacists targeting Houston’s NAACP have rooted their actions in a mis-perception of Black Lives Matter.
Matthew Rozsa returns (one last time) to the subject of Internet racists.
We will never get rid of Internet bigots. What can we learn from them?