The good news is that we just got our first Black female Attorney General. The bad news is that it’ll be short-lived – unless Hillary Clinton changes that.
The shootings of Walter Scott, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Jordan Davis and John Crawford have a peculiar common denominator: all occurred in majority white, Republican-held congressional districts. Pattern or coincidence?
Hear that? That’s the sound of nothing getting done on Ferguson, with everything staying the same nine months later.
Without strong pressure that can counter the film industry’s influence in politics, lawmakers won’t demanding diversity in Hollywood anytime soon.
Everyone thinks Kanye West is certified insane for his Beck rant at the Grammys – but, here are five reasons why he’s on to something.
Gov. Chris Christie might be a bonehead for suggesting parental choice on vaccines, but there’s a big political – and somewhat racial – bonus play behind it.
President Obama won’t defend Charlie Hebdo’s racially-charged content. But, as a black man, why should he?
You’d think coverage of a horrific terrorist weekend tsunami killing 2,000 people would get more news coverage than 17 killed. Not if it’s in Nigeria.
GOP politicians aren’t pulling the triggers or choke holds on black people, but constant Congressional redistricting could be instigating racial hostility.
If a female federal judge, women and African Americans don’t seem bothered about acts of domestic violence among NFL players, why would the front office care?