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By Kristen Gwynne A Virginia father’s trip to Walmart last week took an unexpected turn when he was accused of kidnapping his three young daughters because their skin color did not match his. Joseph, a white father in an interracial marriage who … Continue reading
By Dawn Cutaia Being white is pretty awesome. Don’t get me wrong, if I were a white male instead of a white woman, my life would be even more awesome, but being a white female is still powerful. Being white … Continue reading
By Sagar Jethani Ishmael Reed is a prolific poet, novelist, playwright, songwriter, cartoonist, and cultural critic. His work spans nearly 50 years and has been recognized with numerous distinctions and awards. Reed argues that Americans misinterpret the election of Barack Obama as evidence that … Continue reading
By Shane Dixon Kavanaugh Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly credited the controversial stop-and-frisk tactic for helping to push New York’s crime rate to record lows. In a television interview, New York’s top cop defended his department’s use of the crimefighting tool and … Continue reading
Reblogged from theGrio: More than 80 years after their wrongful convictions, the legendary Scottsboro Boys finally received a posthumous pardon from the Alabama legislature. In 1931, the nine black teens were falsely accused of rape by two white women and … Continue reading
The women should not have been arrested. The pardon should have occurred at least 30 years ago. Six Women Pardoned for Civil Rights-Era Arrests.
We all know he will not make it past New Hampshire. Take note of the type of characters who are running in 2012. Report: David Duke considers presidential bid – On Politics: Covering the US Congress, Governors, and the 2010 … Continue reading
First there was the “You Lie” statement made by Joe Wilson during President Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress. Then came the doctored photo that was distributed as a “joke” by Marilyn Davenport. Today, Mark Halperin called the … Continue reading
Entertaining but listen for the underlying message Al is delivering. Brothers, we live this every day. By the way, THE MYTH IS TRUE. IT IS A REALITY!