Arizona's Republican Gov. Jan Brewer, after nearly a week of reading the political tea leaves, vetoed a bill Feb. 27 from her state's GOP-controlled legislature that its advocates stated had the innocuous purpose of shoring up protections for the "free ...
Ten years from now, will we write that the status of African-American and Latino boys and men has improved?
Sadly, sexuality is no longer determined at birth and is no longer absolute.
I found myself thinking about the notorious Dred Scott decision by the U.S. Supreme Court while traveling the streets of occupied Palestine this past January.
During this Black History Month, I was deeply honored to be inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame at the same time as Septima Clark — the woman Dr. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called the "Mother of the ...
President Barack Obama is in an unenviable position.
There is real need for someone to do something in our community, but I wonder if this is what is needed.
For handicappers and political pundits, the mayor's race just got a little more interesting.
The escalating crisis in the Ukraine has set off unseemly missile-rattling and muscle-flexing in this country.
We are back at levels of inequality in the United States that have not been seen since the Great Depression.
Ethiopia has a significant history reaching over 3,000 years into the past.
Metro Transit Police Chief Ron Pavlik has some explaining to do.
The headlines in the case were sadly familiar. An angry adult armed with a gun used it to shoot and kill an unarmed Black teenager he thought seemed "bad."
If Michael Dunn were so afraid of Jordan Davis and his friends, why did he get out of his car and confront them about their loud music?
Over the past few months there have been several news stories about no Blacks owning major broadcast TV stations anymore. The cries have bordered on mass hysteria. It turns out that the story is not true.