Comedian D. L. Hughley recently released an extraordinarily poignant (if not admittedly vulgar) book about the expectations that mainstream American society has imposed on African-Americans as the standard way to act if black folks want to get treated “fairly”
Today’s news coverage has been dominated by the revelatory nature of the most recent Omarosa Manigault-Newman’s recordings with Donald Trump’s campaign and administration staff and a how the president has decided to respond to them (and for the record,
As is often the case, I started my day today scrolling through my Facebook timeline. As unproductive and millennial as that may sound, keep in mind I oversee the marketing operations at my job here in D.C., so it’s a bit like getting upset at a car washer for turning on the car radio while he works. Anyways, as I scrolled, I came across two articles that had been shared that were eerily connected.The first was about a young physician whose passionate offer of medical assistance to an unresponsiv
On the subject of police brutality specifically, I think the misconception of (and therefore the oft-used rebuttal to) the movement is that this whole Black Lives Matter thing is about white members of law enforcement shooting and killing black people.
Talk American history long enough to end up discussing the Civil War and inevitably you will encounter the argument that,