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OPINION - Not much has changed since Brown, and in many ways it’s almost as if it never happened. The schools and neighborhoods still remain as segregated as ever...
OPINION - According to the National Women’s Law Center, black women only make 64 cents on the dollar to the salary of a white man and Latina women only make 54 cents on the dollar...
OPINION - Improper NSA surveillance is serious problem that is much bigger than the 'first black president'...
OPINION - With the conventional wisdom all but declaring a Republican sweep this November, it would be interesting if the communities that the GOP has ignored and scapegoated for so long, showed up in droves to vote them out of office..
OPINION - President Obama's approval ratings are in the dumps and the pundit class has all but declared the midterms over for Democrats...
OPINION - The Republican chairman House Oversight Committee who has spent the better part of three years play acting every right wing blog conspiracy about President Obama...
OPINION - A life sentence for a warning shot that injured no one is a miscarriage of justice...
OPINION - The debate over whether gentrification is good or bad, oversimplifies historic norms and ignores that divestment in this same communities over time. No wonder Spike Lee is upset...
OPINION - With compelling video evidence of the abuse allegations the NFL and society writ large might finally be forced to confront the epidemic levels of violence against women that is consistently pushed under the rug...
OPINION - There is nothing too controversial the rocker and NRA board member can say about President Obama or people of color, that would make him off limits to elected Republicans...
theGRIO REPORT - Women of color are often wrongly stigmatized by abortion opponents for both having too many abortions and raising too many children in single parent households...
OPINION - These latest signs from the newly inaugurated de Blasio administration are promising...
OPINION - While the Republican party is struggling to 're-brand' themselves with voters of color and women after getting pummeled in 2012, they are symbolically at least turning out to be the best route to the U.S. Senate for black candidates...
OPINION - The response was immediate and passionate and the photo of the couple getting their kids ready for school went viral. The responses were both positive and negative with a good helping of racism and homophobia with a sprinkle of concern trolling...
OPINION - Perhaps the return of Reverend Wright is a moment to contrast the radical reverend and the progressive, but measured black president and their two differing approaches to fighting injustice...
OPINION - Ever since the Supreme Court decided Brown v. Board of Education in 1954, Little Rock, Arkansas has been a crucial battleground in the fight for desegregation in this country...
OPINION - Conservatives appear to have no empathy for the millions of Americans out of work...
OPINION - For the past month, Dr. Patrick’s family has pleaded for help to find their loved one in the face of news reports that over-analyze a Twitter feed attributed to her...
OPINION - From the most radical feminist down to the most rachet, everyone should, by now, be in agreement that R. Kelly and his music, no matter how amazing and soulful, should not be supported...
OPINION - What is beneficial to him and people of color who make up Steve Harvey’s audience is an interview with the president being a human being and reminding them to sign up for Obamacare...