The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, and of the Reverend Martin Luther King’s memorable “I have a dream” speech, is a time for reflections — some inspiring, and some painful and ominous.
Black people don’t need to have a conversation with white people on matters of race. They need to have it amongst themselves.
Obama’s comments seem absurd, unless you decode them.
Martin was the aggressor in the physical encounter.
If black people—or certain black people—have civil rights, then doesn’t everyone have civil rights?
The political perversion of the criminal justice system began early and at the top, with the President of the United States.
Rachel Jeantel at the George Zimmerman Murder Trial is in Part The Result of Gross Educational Fraud
To people like Jackson, Sharpton and Oprah, the young man’s death is not so much a crime as an opportunity. It’s an opportunity for them to once again shine, if only for a few moments, in the adoring media spotlight.