The black reverend murdered 50 years ago left us with an effective therapy against injustice.
<i>This is no longer the country of Bob Dylan, but that of Donald Trump.</i>
For four years, I've been regularly traveling to the U.S. I like American people because they are, in general, nice folks. However, every time I land in the U.S., I have to endure a little torture whose only purpose is the exhibition of [Read more]
The “mountaintop” of the April 3, 1968 speech in Memphis is still very far off.
[T]he cocky attitude regarding those who do not think like us explains why good causes do not persuade those who need them the most.
In Spain, we would probably be gobsmacked if the bank asked such a question when applying for a loan. In the United States, not only is it normal, it is recommended. The goal is to prevent discrimination. If somebody is able to prove that they have not been sold a house or given credit due to the color of their skin, [Read more]
Once more, Trump has opened up a diplomatic crisis.