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Ending the War on Black Families

Since its inception, America’s violence against Black people…

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Opening the Door to Reparations for Black Americans

In 1987, the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America —…

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Capital Punishment and the Racial Execution of Justice

Wendell Griffen, an African American judge from Arkansas,…

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The Declaration of Independence Haunts Black America

On the Fourth of July, many Americans celebrate…

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Black Mayors and the Power of Local Politics

Since Donald Trump took office, the 24-hour news…

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The Fight for Educational Equity 65 Years After ‘Brown v. Board of Education’

By the time I began reading Ta-Nehisi Coates’…

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A Palm Sunday Reflection on America’s Addiction to White Supremacy

Generations ago, one of my relatives fought alongside…

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Continuing Martin Luther King’s Struggle for Justice

“The white backlash had become an emotional electoral…

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