Rather than the typical "wringing of hands," blacks need to cease "I Can't Breathe" demonstrations and move en masse to embrace and employ a well-coordinated political, cultural and economic movement.
In what political camp do you identify: that of a "victim" or "race champion?"
Isn’t it time the nation’s African-Americans do some serious questioning of how the Democratic Party and "colorblind" policies and practices have affected them?
What's wrong with Black Americans is our lack of accomplishments and understanding of collective capitalism.
While Blacks in both metropolitan areas basked in their prosperity and cosmopolitan shopping habits, Blacks in the core cities lost their political majorities to become "victims" of mainstream and "colorblind"-oriented politicians.
Does bad theology turn good men bad, or do bad men create belief systems to accommodate their ambitions?
What happened to the momentum that Blacks in the Washington area had that made them the wealthiest concentration of Blacks in the nation?
Racial inequality is not a topic mainstream Americans are readily willing to discuss.
What would C. Delores Tucker say about "Empire" and its connotations of imperialism and colonialism?
Has Black capitalism failed? Was it even given a chance?