Despite coded language from Mr. Donald Trump, Philadelphia Police won’t deploy additional officers to polling places on Election Day.
The news media makes attempts at fighting back, but leaving Mr. Donald Trump, their abuser and cash cow, they will not.
History and data are prominent yet opposing components of the national conversation on how police interact with Black communities.
Trump TV would likely be used to weaponize free speech and incite viewers to disregard and de-legitimize White House leadership.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney supports local control of schools, but to make such a shift now, which is what a vocal majority wants, isn’t practical, he said.
Mr. Trump appears to have abandoned plans to expand his base and instead will coalesce with loyalists, a self-destructive strategy, indeed.
Hanging in the Mayor’s Office is a portrait of Mr. Octavius Catto, a 19th Century Black sports star who was killed while seeking to vote in Philadelphia.
If Mr. Trump would jail Mrs. Hillary Clinton because he perceives her to be guilty, is the exonerated Central Park 5 also in danger?
Mr. Trump, famous for objectifying and demeaning women, is a sexual predator and his victims deserve much air-time from the American news media.
The Trump campaign during its faux black outreach said, did and endorsed all the wrong things, including disregarding institutional racism in American policing.
Trump loyalists shrugged off his 2005 comments about molesting women as a boys-will-be-boys moment, except Mr. Trump wasn’t a boy then.
Activists trotted through Center City Philadelphia confronting persons and establishments that they perceive either are engaging in, or being indifferent to, anti-black racism,
Tina Cane engages in a tender, imaginary correspondence with the acclaimed, pseudonymous Italian author.
Senator Tim Kaine won the debate not so much because of what he did, but because of what Governor Mike Pence failed to do.
No matter the bad press, or the revelations that he’s not as advertised, Mr. Trump’s supporters appear unfazed and loyal.
Philadelphia Mayor, after confronted by activists, gave remarks about the excessive shooting of an unarmed black man who complied with officers’ orders.