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Dr Boyce & Wilmer Leon: Have White men with guns become the new terrorists?

Dr Boyce & Wilmer Leon: Have White men with guns become the new terrorists?

In this video, Dr. Wilmer Leon explains the article he wrote explaining the historical context behind white men with guns being terrorists to the African American community.  The arguments seem to be a stretch at first, but once this scholar breaks it down using history, it all starts to make sense. If you want to […]

Lesbian Couple Murdered In Texas

Lesbian Couple Murdered In Texas

By Lechette Walker A beer deliveryman found the bodies of two 24 year old women as he was taking out the trash, said Houston local Fox station. “Beer deliveryman found the victims around 7:30 a.m. when he took out some trash.” The lesbian couple lived together for two years and decided to go to Galveston […]

When White Privilege Goes Wrong

When White Privilege Goes Wrong

by Afiya J. Watkins It is no secret that in general, certain minority groups have vastly different experiences in this country than whites. Racism is still a very big problem, albeit more covert than it once was. In the minds of many, white people still enjoy a level of privilege based solely on the color […]

Rutgers Students Don’t Want Condoleezza Rice On Campus

Rutgers Students Don’t Want Condoleezza Rice On Campus

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Rutgers University’s choice of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as this year’s commencement speaker has not gone over well with some professors and students, according to news reports. Last week a faculty-inspired resolution asking the university to rescind the invitation was passed. The resolution said the honor should not be […]

If An Inmate Has A Low IQ, Should They Still Be Executed?

If An Inmate Has A Low IQ, Should They Still Be Executed?

by Afiya J. Watkins There has been a lot of discussion in recent years about the threshold for what is considered mentally competency and how it is gauged. This has been a controversial subject especially as it relates to criminal cases. In Florida a person can be sent to death row for their crimes, but […]

Crystal M. Hayes: North Carolina Peace Action Opposes “Stand Your Ground”

Crystal M. Hayes: North Carolina Peace Action Opposes “Stand Your Ground”

North Carolina Peace Action is non-profit education and advocacy organization that envisions a world where all beings are free from the threat of war and oppression.  We stand together as one human family to resolve conflicts peacefully in all our endeavors and support human rights.  Our mission is the abolition of war and oppression around […]

Man Hired KKK To Kill His Black Neighbor

Man Hired KKK To Kill His Black Neighbor

By Dr. Sinclair Grey III What’s your opinion about someone who suffers from PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder)? Should they be held responsible as well as accountable for their actions? When you stop to think about it for a moment, there are suffering from an illness that they didn’t ask for or wish to have. Your […]

Lee’s Former Brooklyn Home Vandalized

Lee’s Former Brooklyn Home Vandalized

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Spike Lee’s former Brooklyn home was vandalized earlier this week, according to a report by the New York Daily News. An irate tagger apparently targeted the Washington Park home following Lee’s rant about Brooklyn earlier in the week. Lee criticized the changes in Brooklyn from the place he lived in when […]

8 facts about The Underground Railroad

8 facts about The Underground Railroad

The highly respected Underground Railroad was a network of clandestine safe houses and routes that helped thousands of slaves to free states and Canada. It was responsible for the freeing of tens of thousands of  slaves. In case any of our readers share the beliefs of Atlanta Housewife, Porscha Stewart who thought that the Underground […]

Jarrett, O’Reilly Debate ‘Gangsta’ Culture

Jarrett, O’Reilly Debate ‘Gangsta’ Culture

By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly and White House Senior Advisor, Valerie Jarrett’s discussion on President Barack Obama’s new “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative veered into a jab at rappers and the so-called “gangsta” culture. O’Reilly conceded that the president’s initiative could be helpful in closing the achievement gap for black youths, but he […]