Your Martin Luther King Jr. supplement, "The Blueprint," is truly a winner.
President Obama again cast an ugly glare on the race tainted drug laws.
On a recent trip to Morocco, I saw and learned much which helped me connect emotionally, fraternally, culturally, religiously, and patriotically with that beautiful, ancient land.
The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is more than a statue on the National Mall in D.C.
We need more authentic leaders among our people.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. hasn't been this alive since 1968.
It's outrageous that in the 21st century we still ignore the consequences of automatically funneling children into the adult criminal justice system against so much research on youth development and juvenile justice best practices.
What we see in almost all the remembrances and observances is an image and portrayal of King as the apostle of peace and not much more.
I have concerns about the city’s crackdown on so-called loosies.
Despite the concentrated effort to neuter Martin Luther King Jr. by overemphasizing his 1964 "I Have a Dream Speech," his last days on earth were spent trying to uplift garbage workers in Memphis and planning a Poor Peoples Campaign that ...
As we commemorate the birth of Dr. King and honor the passing of Mr. Nelson Mandela in the shadow of mass incarceration, Stop and Frisk, driving while Black, or in the context of Trayvon Martin, walking while Black, disproportionately high ...
As I went from event to event Monday celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, I was struck by both the tribute and the distortion.
After months of demonstrations, public and private pleas to authorities, and prodding of Justice Department officials, attorney Lynne Stewart is home, free.
A virus has been sweeping through the ranks of the conservative movement in recent years — and it seems to be getting worse with each passing week.
According to MediaMatters, the watchdog group, last year was a banner period for race-baiting at Fox News.