Stacey Patton examines ‘whupping’ kids in her new book, ‘Spare the Kids’
When federal judge Nelva Gonzales struck down Texas’ discriminatory voter-identification law on Monday, voting rights advocates applauded the ruling as if the minorities barred from casting ballots had won the Super Bowl.
Should certain words be considered offensive regardless of who is using them?
On the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, this is as appropriate a time as any to ask how the slain civil rights leader would react to President Donald J. Trump.
According to the Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans (59 percent) believe that marijuana should be legal, including an identical percentage of blacks.
The NCAA makes around $1 billion a year on college athletics. If you add in the $3.4 billion for college football, the total revenue for college sports tops $4 billion—almost all of it from football and basketball.
A conversation about “From Boss Crump to King Willie: How Race Changed Memphis Politics.”
Driving while black in America has always been fraught with peril.
More about Ron Brown’s ascension to DNC Chair.
The veteran journalist digs into the history of Memphis politics with his new book, “From Boss Crump to King Willie.”
The erasure of Black History in our classrooms is a crime.
A cultural audit can help identify hidden biases.
Illinois Congresswoman weighs in on healthcare debate.
African Americans have righteously focused on politics and the political system, especially during the early days of the Civil Rights Movement, when the fight for the right to vote was a priority.
No room for prejudice in the workplace.