Opinion

OPINION: Why all Confederate statues must fall

Following the horrific events in Charlottesville, Va., where one woman was killed during a white supremacist rally to save a statue of Robert E. Lee, cities across the country are moving swiftly to remove Confederate monuments from public spaces.

THE CULTURAL COACH

Hate is best confronted by brave family members and friends.

WHITE SUPREMACY: An inside scoop

Having faced up to his own family’s tradition of racism, Aaron James has a message for other white men.

Three ways the black church can practice economic justice

‘Detroit’ movie offers lessons for people of faith, says Pastor Earle Fisher.

Better to be good than Lucky

Are you ready for football season to start? Well, ready or not here it comes.

THE CULTURAL COACH

Time to scrap the notion that colorblind is a good thing.

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day highlights gender and racial wage gaps

Black Women’s Equal Pay Day was July 31, marking how long into 2017 an African-American woman would have to work to be paid the same wages as her white male counterpart.

DOJ targets affirmative action

The Trump administration wants to pressure universities to end admission policies that “discriminate against whites.”

All green — and no black

Environmental activism is civil rights activism.

Don’t join the rush to condemn ‘Game of Thrones’ team behind HBO’s ‘Confederate’

Whiteness does not prevent wokeness.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Let the nation know the names of the ’68 sanitation workers!

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE U.S. SENATE

Denying children essential health care makes no moral or economic sense.

THE CULTURAL COACH

Honest cultural audits lead to less divisive dialogs.

"Have we made progress?" — A follow-up response

Fisher pushes back about recent MABJ panel, progress of movement.

The English language is under attack

We must defend it.

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