Nobody knows why one particular incident in a string of atrocities resonates, strikes a chord that rattles the psyche and triggers a firestorm of anger and outrage. But that's exactly what's happened since a Texas state trooper stopped Sandra Bland ...
I am so happy to see that the MGM National Harbor Casino Resort is keeping their promise to Prince George's County
It ought to be unnecessary for an activist movement to hinge on the principle of the equivalency of life.
Like so many, I have been deeply disturbed by the senseless loss of black male lives at the hands of law enforcement officials.
Donald Trump, the blowhard mogul masquerading as presidential candidate, has once again discovered the problem with trying to be a demagogue in a democracy: It's the risk of "going too far."
The onus for change is on us.
Barack Obama's historic trip to Kenya and to Ethiopia is indicative of his distinctive characteristic of taking strategic moves that go far beyond the traditional limitations of American politics and global outreach.
The disrespect that's been heaped on this president since he took office in 2009 is beyond the pale.
Sandra Bland changed lanes without signaling. But that wasn't her crime.
Let's hope that the members of Congress grasp the immediate benefit of school choice for families who just want their kids to succeed.
Racism, discrimination and white privilege have their subtle, hidden sides that are difficult to identify and wrap our hands around.
President Obama's commutations of nonviolent drug sentences are a step in the right direction.
In an unpredictable world, it's always a smart bet to form and maintain trustworthy alliances.
The recent spotlight on systematic racial profiling and police brutality against black boys and men has exposed a painful truth long known in the black community: Just about every black youth and man seems to have a story about being ...
There is no question that the criminal justice system is broken.