The percentage of Black professional football players exceeds 70 percent.
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The president is on a roll when it comes to Black women in the press.
So, let’s be clear that this is not a moment to ignore the words of demagogues. This is not a moment to question the thinking of President Trump or his intent.
As of the writing of this column, a series of hate-driven, murderous events have taken place, either racially or religiously motivated, from October 24 – 27, across the country. Among them are the following hate crimes: Two African Americans were murdered in Kentucky by a White man who had tried to enter a predominantly Black […]
Dr. Crutchfield and his colleagues specifically cited the commitment shown by Walz/Flanagan to a strong public healthcare option for those who may have been excluded from coverage in the past.
Early voting has begun in several states and the shenanigans have also increased. There have been a number of reports coming out across the country about voter disenfranchisement and voter suppression tactics that are negatively impacting African Americans, and it is startling.
Martin did a brilliant job in explaining the history of Blackface and the way it demeans African Americans. It was great that he had the opportunity to educate not only his odious host, but also the millions who watch Kelly daily.
This November, I urge all Minnesotans to vote for Keith Ellison for attorney general, for affordable health care, a fair economy and equal opportunity for all.
You are using our work, our name, and our community to win an election, but when it comes time to stand by your platform and help us save public housing, you are silent. This is a blatant co-optation of this East African women-led resident campaign.
It’s no secret that the lack of affordable housing in Minnesota, and in particular in the Twin Cities, has remained one of our biggest issues in the 21st century.