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Sotomayor Says Her Colleagues Aren’t Truly Committed To Challenging Racial Inequality

Sotomayor Says Her Colleagues Aren’t Truly Committed To Challenging Racial Inequality

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III Justice Sonia Sotomayor is definitely not silent on issues of racial inequality. With a heart for justice and fairness, Justice Sotomayor is willing to challenge her colleagues on the court with their view on race and its implications. In the most recent case of the University of Michigan and affirmative […]

Studies Show That US School Segregation Might Be As Strong As Ever

Studies Show That US School Segregation Might Be As Strong As Ever

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Brown v Board of Education (1954) outlawed segregation in the school system by race. In addition to this, it was a catalyst to ending segregation in the South along with Jim Crowism. Even though the decision was for school integration, a new report recently […]

Is Senator Cory Booker Going To Be Just Another Worthless Black Politician?

Is Senator Cory Booker Going To Be Just Another Worthless Black Politician?

By April Taylor As he nears the six month mark of his United States Senate tenure Cory Booker is continuing to play the good guy role by working towards bipartisanship.  As the Grio is reporting, Booker’s biggest obstacle is making sure that his positive attitude actually translates into tangible legislative benefits for the constituents he […]

The Justice Department Is Planning To Release Some Non-Violent Drug Offenders

The Justice Department Is Planning To Release Some Non-Violent Drug Offenders

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III On Monday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Justice Department will be broadening the criteria used in granting clemency to certain federal prisoners. With so many non-violent prisoners in the federal penal system, many new applications will come forth asking for clemency. The details of the new criteria will […]

Teacher fired for allegedly saying, “We don’t need another black president”

Teacher fired for allegedly saying, “We don’t need another black president”

Reported By Liku Zelleke Cincinnati, OH: A freshman science teacher has been fired from his job after racially slurring an African American student. Farfield Freshman High School teacher Gil Voigt had been put on suspension, without pay, since December, last year. It all started on December 3, when Voigt told a student who said that […]

Texas Governor Rick Perry Is Being Eyed By The Feds

Texas Governor Rick Perry Is Being Eyed By The Feds

By: Stephanie Allen- Gobert Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry might find himself in serious trouble. According to The Austin American Statesman, the Governor has lawyered up with a high profile Austin defense attorney as accusations that Governor Perry illegally withheld money from the DA’s office gather stream. Perry landed himself in trouble when he attempted […]

Nancy Pelosi Reminds Voters That She Thinks Republicans Are Racist

Nancy Pelosi Reminds Voters That She Thinks Republicans Are Racist

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger As the campaign cycle starts to heat up for November’s mid-term elections, Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is reminding voters who is holding up immigration reform and offering her reason as to why. The culprits are obvious in Pelosi’s mind: The Grand Old Party of Republicans. But the reason? “I […]

Republican Congressman Caught Kissing His Employee

Republican Congressman Caught Kissing His Employee

By: Stephanie Allen-Gobert A local newspaper is reporting that it has obtained video of freshman Rep. Vance McAllister (R-La) passionately kissing a member of his staff. The Ouachita Citizen, based in West Monroe, LA, published surveillance video that they claim is from inside McAllister’s district office in Monroe. The video shows a man, who the […]

Advocates for Immigration Reform Fed Up With Obama

Advocates for Immigration Reform Fed Up With Obama

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger President Barack Obama’s efforts to spur immigration reform and his adoption of part of the DREAM Act through executive order have done little to slow the pace of deportations, say critics who are ramping up their protest against the administration. The number of deportations is expected to hit a milestone number […]

Congress Has Money For The Ukraine, But Not For America’s Unemployed

Congress Has Money For The Ukraine, But Not For America’s Unemployed

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III News outlets from all over have been engulfed with the actions of Russia and Ukraine. With tensions building between President Barack Obama of the United States and Russian President Vladimir Putin, the world is watching carefully at what will transpire in the coming future. What has been overlooked in this […]

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