How can a society live with police violence and police killings to such great extent?
Black men and women have made scientific discoveries but the media hardly ever celebrates them.
Change should be put at the heart of a comprehensive plan aimed at creating a more equitable society.
[C]OVID-19, which has claimed the lives of 100,000 people in the United States, has been accompanied by another pandemic: that of inequality.
Global outrage ... has inspired some activists to call for a coordinated political response from the Black community around the world.
The civil rights movement of the 1960s represented exponential progress in the right to vote for Black citizens residing in Southern states ... with undeniable racial connotations.
The raison d’etre for Trump and many of his key supporters is “domination” of Black and Brown America.
The U.S. has fallen from the moral high ground as a self-proclaimed human rights defender. It's time for the international community to scrutinize the deplorable U.S. human rights situation.
[T]here is a regime disguised as a democracy, wherein systematic oppression and domination are exerted by a significant percentage of a white racial group over another, African American one.
Even within Africa, overtly racist attitudes by Chinese, Indians, Sri Lankans, Pakistanis and Europeans toward Africans are part of the continent’s neocolonial experience.