Here is the perfect example that explains why the police present a clear and present danger to people of color. The video says it all.
The evidence of racial injustice in our system of law enforcement is overwhelming. There are areas in which scientific research has convincingly shown that Black Americans are treated much worse than their white counterparts.
Colorado white woman tries to run a Black man out of her neighborhood then realizes someone else in the neighborhood was videoing her.
A white woman, in the community of Montclair, NJ, harassed a black man by demanding that he tell her if he had a permit to build something in his backyard then called the cops.
You’ve probably noticed that a number of corporate journalists—prodded by the marvelous protests against police violence—seem to have learned a new phrase, which they invoke regularly: “systemic racism.” Most missed the point.
Racism is a prejudice deeper than hue but one nonetheless. Ridding from it requires intentionality. Here is how I did it. Your journey requires one more step though.
Kennedy Mitchum’s persistence and diligence paid off. Until we start defining terms accurately, too many use the dictionary as a weapon. Merriam-Webster Revises ‘Racism’ Entry After Missouri Woman Asks for Changes – The New York Times Merriam-Webster is revising its entry on racism after a recent college graduate in Missouri, inspired by the protests and […]
There is no neutrality in the racism struggle. The opposite of ‘racist’ isn’t ‘not racist.’ This article makes it clear why there is a bigger requirement.
Ford, like Trump, was obsessed with bloodlines—with the idea that race and genetic origins determined who counted as the “best people.”
I found Ali Velshi’s standalone segment shockingly honest. That he was allowed to use those two minutes to say what he said proves the changing times.