From South Africa to New York City, the collective movement for freedom struggles on.
Kevin Alexander Gray
It’s easy to kill, but to be civilized is to help people live and to seek ways to end animosity and needless death.
I’ve seen too many victims of raw, racist power wielded by fools.
He appears ready to aid in the continuing economic destabilization of the community that voted for him in record numbers.
The U.S. Supreme Court should not overturn the will of the people.
This is racial politics at its worst: When in trouble, blame black people.
The Obama campaign the First Lady and the woman who introduced her to put a soft face on militarism and empire.
“Uncle Tom’s Cabin” celebrates its 160th anniversary on March 20. The anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe helped inspire the abolitionist cause in the 1850s and played an important part in the run-up to the Civil War.
King’s message of unconditional love and nonviolent redemptive good and his steadfast attack on the evils of racism, poverty and militarism just cannot be ignored.
Blacks still seem to have Obama’s back, but does he have theirs?
With his latest budget, President Obama reveals that he cares little about the poor and working class in the United States.
Obama should consider his own legacy and let the American people know whose side he’s on: the dictator’s, or those who clamor courageously for democracy.
“People come here to have babies,” said Graham. “They come here to drop a child. It’s called, ‘Drop and leave.’”
“Drop a child.” It’s as if he were talking about animals.
This week marks John Brown’s 210th birthday. After enduring a month of Southern states celebrating the Confederacy, let’s hear it for abolitionist John Brown.
We need a new progressive movement, and a new young people’s arm of it, just like SNCC, to oppose the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and to focus on “the least of these,” whether in Haiti or the ghettos of America, where poverty continues to lead young people to crime, violence, political disenfranchisement and death.