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She may have lost another finals bid, but Williams’ legacy as the world’s greatest tennis player was solidified a long time ago.
President Donald Trump and the Republicans are laughing at this spectacle and the polls say the majority of leading Democratic candidates would win the election if it were held today.
Now is also a time to remember that regardless of race or ethnicity, our history chronicles the range of hate crimes that have taken the lives of Latinos as well as Native Americans, Blacks, Jews, and the LGBTQ community.
The history of the Jamar Clark case shows many in Minneapolis don’t care about Black people — or care a great deal about Black dehumanization.
R. Kelly’s nearly three-decades-long trail of sexual abuse allegations has finally caught up with him.
America is experiencing the most perilous of times in recent history as the result of its president, Donald Trump
On July 11, after 14½ years in prison, Kevin Reese returns home and fulfills a long-awaited goal.
Pres. Trump’s statement illustrates how perceptions of birthright, citizenship, ownership, and racial entitlement have upped the volume of xenophobia and racism.
It is a sad commentary when Minneapolis sounds like a movie based on a violent novel of a distant past.