Race

Murderous White Supremacist Sentenced to Life in Prison for Charlottesville Attack | The Root

The terrorist convicted in the deadly attack during the 2017 “Unite the Right” March in Charlottesville, Va. has been...

Jun 29 · >

Jesse Jackson on Reparations: ‘We Are Due a Different Kind of Recognition’ | The Atlantic

Thirty years ago, the reverend made reparations for slavery core to his presidential campaigns. Now he’s watching as the...

Jun 29 · >

Conduction | The New Yorker

I departed Virginia with few effects to my name and no real farewells, on a hot summer Monday morning, four...

Jun 29 · >

Should America pay reparations for slavery? Ta-Nehisi Coates v Coleman Hughes | The Guardian

At a congressional hearing on reparations on Tuesday, two black writers offered strikingly different visions of America’s racial legacy....

Jun 29 · >

The Story on Reparations I’m Not Qualified to Write

Every once in a while I read a story that reminds me of how little I know about subjects...

Jun 20 · >

How the Party of Lincoln Became the Party of Trump?

For those that don’t know, the Republican Party truly has a history of which it can be proud. Its...

Jun 11 · >

Was Brown v. Board of Education Decided Correctly?

This question has become a standard one asked of nominees to the Supreme Court and Federal Judgeships to assure...

May 16 · >

America’s Caste System

America has a Caste System. Not formalized like that of India past. Discrimination based on Caste there has been...

May 14 · >

American Exceptionalism (White Exceptionalism by a Nicer Name)

American Exceptionalism has been described by historians since the mid-1800s. Definitions fall basically into three camps. Because of its...

May 14 · >

The Casual Racism of the Internet; How It Eases Its Way Into Real Life

Something happens to people on the Internet, they get brave, especially when a little anonymity is thrown in the...

May 14 · >