Obama’s re-election may require a repeat of the record rate of Black turnout in 2008.
While the African-American and Latino communities are growing, our fight for civil rights and equality is far from over.
On the very day that student loan debt reached the $1-trillion mark, Senate Republicans blocked a vote to extend the 3.4-percent interest rate on student loans for another year.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has insulted the generations of men and women who put their lives on the line for equal rights.
With apologies to David Letterman and millions of other habitual list makers, here’s my top-10 wish list for this year.
The latest numbers are a moral outrage and a wake-up call.
As Justice Marshall once said, “the scandalous state of our present system of capital punishment will cast a pall of shame over our society for years to come.”
A proposed mortgage qualification rule could end home ownership as we know it.
Anyone with a modicum of intelligence can see that Trump’s birther claims are nothing more than an insincere sideshow designed only to promote his personal brand and boost his TV ratings.
The recent growth of black-owned businesses continues the long history of African-American entrepreneurship in response to poverty, high unemployment, and discrimination.
In some states, districts with higher poverty rates actually receive less funding than more affluent districts.
Maricopa County stands to lose $113 million in federal funds if Arpaio doesn’t produce proof that he’s not engaging in racial profiling.
His quiet demeanor belied a passionate and lifelong commitment to civil rights.