Assistant Professor of African American and Latino Studies, Northwestern University
2:50 PM on 10/07/2009
OPINION - Without a clear awareness of acts of violence in the past, we discount our ability to eradicate a lot of violence in the present....
Author and Finance Professor at Syracuse University
9:50 AM on 10/07/2009
OPINION - African-Americans will stick with Obama through the war. They will stick with him through health care. They will stick with him through hell, high water or the return......
Freelance filmmaker, writer, blogger and Political Consultant.
9:16 AM on 10/07/2009
OPINION - Figures released last week revealed that the national unemployment rate has reached 9.8 percent, the highest rate in 26 years. An even more disturbing trend however is the unemployment rate of Black men. ...
Derrick Boles is President of L.E.A.D.E. R.S.H.I.P. 1st LLC; Hakim Hazim is the founder of Relevant Now Consultancy.
9:15 AM on 10/07/2009
OPINION - The "stop snitching" movement is a social construct enforced through various fears including fear of retribution......
8:20 AM on 10/06/2009
OPINION - Living in a society where life seems to imitate media and many young people emulate what they see, it should be no surprise that studies show that teens who......
8:19 AM on 10/06/2009
OPINION - President Obama's dramatic intercession in Copenhagen and the awarding of the games to Rio de Janeiro has raised questions of whether the effort was an efficient use of taxpayer dollars and presidential prestige... ...
Professor, Author & Co-Director of the RaceProject.org
8:19 AM on 10/06/2009
OPINION - Last week, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty took his first steps toward a 2012 White House challenge, reminding us that it's never too early to start looking ahead......
9:20 AM on 10/05/2009
OPINION - It is becoming increasingly apparent that the lives of these Real Housewives are much more real than the 'reality' the TV show presents......
10:52 AM on 10/02/2009
OPINION - Chicago, once a haven for black culture and economic progress, has become more dangerous for black youth than Mississippi was for their forebears......