After the recent Las Vegas shooting, many American media outlets reported it as the most serious shooting incident in American history, but others have disagreed, claiming that this view seems to show white supremacy. Back in 1873 and 1917, there were massacres of black Americans incited by whites, with victims in the [Read more]
'Black lives matter!' proclaim African-American protesters. It's their voices as well, athletes notice, that are expressing themselves more and more in the wake of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
In an age of Instagram and Twitter, the indignant need no prominent pastor and no umbrella organization to make themselves heard.
Clinton’s vision, if she is elected president, must include a willingness to go beyond mere laws: to strive for social and attitudinal changes that can help transform the way one group of Americans regards another.
Society’s disadvantaged social groups are much more susceptible to police brutality because they lack the voice necessary to defend their legal rights.
Black Lives Matter is founded on an agenda that is racist and encourages violence.
It is striking how often those who claim to be worried about polarization in society are also those who make a living by polarizing. In Sweden, the Swedish Democrats have turned into experts in the discipline.
In the tabloid “Aftonbladet,” Swedish Democrat Henrik Vinge expressed concern about developments in the [Read more]
<b>"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."</b>
More than a half-century after the famous speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1963, his dream has not yet been fulfilled. Nevertheless, [Read more]
It was the 11th time since the beginning of his presidency that a mass shooting compelled him to give a condolence speech. Maybe this is why American President Barack Obama did not hide the dejection he still feels, nearly a week after the assassination of five police officers in Dallas, Texas.
In front of police [Read more]
How can the American dream be made available for blacks in the ghettos, not only in theory but also in practice?