Okay, it was 40 years ago. But to black people, that hardly matters. We've seen way too much of this to think those days are over.
The president invited some black pastors to the White House. They just sat there and told him how great he was. I have some Bible reading for them.
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair’s comments ring like a last gasp from an executive who used to view his team—and its black players—with a prison mentality.
A firestorm over a handful of old tweets has got new Daily Show host Trevor Noah in hot water. Why can’t we all grow up and just let comedians be comedians again?
Congress has always run D.C. like a plantation. But now, GOPers want to jail the mayor over a law the voters overwhelmingly passed?
The failure to indict Darren Wilson for killing an unarmed black teen, painful as it is, should be seen a small lost battle in the larger war for justice in America—which is being won.
We’ve got an Ebola crisis on our hands—and no surgeon general to deal with it. Blame the NRA, but Obama and the Senate Democrats, too.
Racial mistrust, military tactics against citizens, dissent quashed. Is this America? Well, yes.
I encounter terrible manners constantly. Is it just me? I don’t think so. Somewhere or another, parents stopped teaching kids to be polite.
How has the Moral Monday movement attracted whites and even some Republicans? By establishing a moral, rather than partisan, narrative.