In my first political science class at U of M, I quickly realized I was only one of a handful of African American students in a lecture class of 200.
Melvin Morris, 80, received a Medal of Honor this month. Why is he receiving it belatedly? Because he was discriminated against during the time of the U.S. War in Vietnam.
From slavery to today's struggles against structural racism and for democracy for all, the African-American people continue to play a strategic role.
Remarks by Jarvis Tyner, national vice chairman of the CPUSA, in a recent teleconference call that was part of the preparations for the coming 30th convention of the party this June in Chicago.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's "tale of two cities" could be told in cities across the country.
With the death of Nelson Mandela, an era has come to an end.
They didn't wear jackboots, but the shutdown of government by an extremist faction of the Republican Party can only be described as a new phase in a very American coup.
You've probably seen or heard of protests against the affordable health care act, against raising the minimum wage, against marriage equality, and more than anything against stronger gun laws.
Voting rights are a foundation for the realization of justice, equality, and freedom for everyone in our world and in our lives.
As one of 250,000 who attended the 1963 "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom," I had to come to Washington, Aug. 24, to be a part of the 50th anniversary march.