Some Democratic senators oppose a waiver for Gen. Austin. To them, it’s simply about civilian control. But some Black voters may perceive something else.
Keli Goff, a Daily Beast columnist and contributor to KCRW's "Left, Right & Center," was nominated for two Emmy Awards for the documentary Reversing Roe.
I’d rather see a black woman have serious lifetime power—as a Justice.
The British press is aghast that this non-white upstart could live a fairy tale and turn her back on it. But most women don’t want fairy tales. They want life.
Concerns about police in the subway system don’t seem to consider the women who rely on the trains and a sense of security while on them.
While everyone knows playing politics is essential to advancing in just about any field, women are still walking a tightrope.
With affirmative action on the chopping block, we can’t afford to back a candidate whose fraud played into ugly stereotypes about programs to boost diversity and equality.
The 41st president’s own family gave him reason to work toward a more inclusive and diverse Republican Party.
People either see the Markle family and see their own, or see them and see a horror show. Maybe they see both.
The family separation issue united all denominations in opposition. And even the Southern Baptists are trying to signal they’re changing. Something positive is in the air.
Women had a lot of reasons to vote for Trump, starting with Hillary Clinton. She’s not running now, and his flaws—and those of many of his supporters—are becoming harder to ignore.