Harvard Murder Highlights the Perils of Being Young, Gifted, and Black

Chanequa Campbell, left, Brittany Smith, right (Photo: Newsone)

David A. Love: I don’t think the civil rights movement fought for the right of black students to get caught up in the campus drug game, with dead bodies strewn along their path. But one thing is certain: we must learn from the Chanequa Campbells, the Brittany Smiths, the Kemba Smiths, and the Edmund Perrys. We must learn what can go wrong when you are young, gifted, and black.

Baton Bashed in Denver! Is This Really What Democracy Looks Like?

by Linda Milazzo – There are characteristics essential to being a member of the peace and social justice organization, CODEPINK. Chief among them is compassion. One can hardly dedicate one’s life to improving the lives of others if there isn’t an abiding drive to help those in need. Thus, it was no surprise to those [...]

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