LOOP 21 Embrace success without limits
With the newly appointed White House Initative on HBCUs, attention is focused on what’s next in education and how we can close the gaps and achieve the dream.
We have our marching orders and the road ahead is ripe for our footsteps on the path to justice.
Here's what we need to do if we really want progress.
Lessons learned from Zimmerman trial, and how we can change the system.
It’s up to the American people to raise their voices together.
Who's really being judged at the George Zimmerman trial?
In the fight for women’s rights, sometimes our fellow women are our own worst enemy.
We can all point figers, but here's what we need to address.
Why all countries need to look to see the American 50s and 60s civil rights movement as a model of how to continue the fight for justice.
We need rage to fuel change each day
Chicago, Illinois' homicide rate is worst than Kabul's.
Sign in support of Ambassador Rice and against the partisan, racist, and misogynistic attacks
Is taking action now too little, too late?
Consequences of the outcome of Fisher v. The University of Texas
Post-racial America is as real as the Easter bunny
The civil rights movement of today is almost always pluralistic.
In the new year, Senate must work to end dysfunction in elected government
Hurricane Sandy is a good reminder of why we should all still get out to vote
Getting Barack Obama re-elected is only the beginning of the work that African Americans must do
Younger generations of African Americans should work to avoid feelings of entitlement
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