<i>Hate. Betty Deas Clark has seen its devastation up close.</i>
Just over a year ago, a 21-year-old white supremacist committed a massacre in a black church in Charleston, South Carolina. He killed nine people, including the Methodist pastor.
To replace him, Betty Deas Clark was recruited, a challenge that she [Read more]
No amount of rhetoric about freedom, justice, equal opportunity or civil rights legislation will help to erase racism.
Obama remembers the symbols, psalms and songs, which were all the blacks had to share in the cotton fields in the South.
Why this outburst of racist brutality against blacks, just months before Obama's presidency ends?
The Supreme Court examined the issue of license plates.
Suddenly, by the end of June, what will possibly be Barack Obama's most important week happened.
Americans are about to experience an important moment in their collective history. On Friday*, President Barack Obama will deliver a eulogy for Clementa Pinckney, the pastor killed along with eight church members — two men and six women — on June 17 in a Protestant church in Charleston, South Carolina. All of the [Read more]
Because the act was insane, we assume that it could only have been committed by a crazy person. As if hate couldn’t exist outside of insanity.
South Carolina's governor wants to ban the confederate flag. That's nice of her, but what's needed is a more comprehensive rethinking.