On June 21, hip-hop artist Fiasco delivered a thoughtful reflection on the bankruptcy and futile nature of white supremacy in human society.
Washington, D.C., memorials invariably quote some of the masterpieces of our heritage, a reminder of the values that ground the American experiment in democracy.
The propertied classes promoted the racist concept of white superiority to rationalize enslavement of people kidnapped from Africa, whose labor was the basis for the American economy.
It is a matter of recognizing and struggling against racism in all of its various forms, particularly its institutional features.
Jon Stewart describes the murders at South Carolina's Emanuel Church as terrorism plain and simple.
At its base "white skin privilege" tells white working folks that they do actually benefit from racism.
For far too long there has been such racial dissension and oppression in this country.
What perilous choices stood before the country in 1965 and what perilous choices stand before us today?
Progressive people must rise to the challenge. We must make clear to white people that they are being conned by the frontmen of the one percent.
Several thousand people protested the name of the Washington's football team at a Minnesota Vikings home game recently.