I'm no Democrat, but those who insist there's no difference between the two major parties must understand Trump's campaign is based on racism and bigotry.
Former Division III basketball player Toni Smith writes a letter of support to Olympic champion Gabby Douglas.
Dr. King's cry against segregation touched the conscience of citizens across the country; Must our cities explode before action replaces neglect?
We must challenge the problematic constructs in society that have driven young activists to seek sanctuary, and provide them with the room to create.
The perilous consequences of a Trump presidency should be a wake-up call for the left. The possibility of dealing the racist right a major blow should energize and excite us.
Any kind of socialism that isn't working to combat racism and sexism isn't being practical at all, not to mention realistic.
Republican Governor Rick Snyder's men have wreaked untold economic damage on the residents of Flint on top of the threat to their health.
Why did Flint suffer a water catastrophe that now requires that children be treated as if they had been poisoned?
Dealing with entrenched poverty costs real money, but less than we spend on the police, jails, drugs, alcoholism, and chronic illness - the dysfunction that comes from poverty.
Does "Black lives matter" ask for something from the dominant culture that would require economic loss or will it mean gains and not losses, morally and economically, for most Americans?