How can the American dream be made available for blacks in the ghettos, not only in theory but also in practice?
Although race relations continue to evolve positively, the balance remains fragile.
It is hard to reconcile the idea that America is safer with the daily stories of gun violence and mass shootings.
Never has Martin Luther King’s dream of a united and just America seemed so far-off.
<i>Policemen are killed in Dallas; before that, black people once again die in police violence. The society is ignoring its racism problem. Now radicalization threatens.</i>
Violence in the U.S. is escalating. It is possible that the anger, frustration and grief about a growing number of new cases of racist police [Read more]
Barack Obama is the comedian-in-chief, the president as entertainer. You might think this is all that remains of his era: the transformation of politics into stand-up.
<i>The latest Oscars ceremony has seen an increase in pro-diversity statements and emphasized the creativity of the paths of actors who are … white.</i>
Ok, I will admit, in spite of everything, I watched the Oscars ceremony, whose nominees were all white, counting on the Hollywood spirit of second chances. I was [Read more]
The number of martyrs adopted by BLM is statistically irrelevant compared to the huge numbers of black people (and Hispanics) who die at the hands of other black people (or Hispanics) in the gangs that plague the ghettos of large cities.