Unless you are an attorney, a police officer, law student, or are in some other way associated with the law, you probably don’t know that one out of nine people on death row has been exonerated since the introduction of DNA evidence.
After my son viewed a video about Emmett Till on YouTube, he sat down and put pen to paper, writing a short story about Trayvon Martin going to Heaven and meeting Emmett Till.
Could it be that our notion of what socialism has changed? Is it that capitalism, as it is practiced today, is no longer producing outcomes that satisfy the vast majority of Americans?
While the average American may participate in elections, the study found that, ultimately, these voters have little to no influence on the decisions politicians make, once in office.
The man who was dragged from his seat was first asked if he would voluntarily give up his seat. He told the airline that he was a doctor and had patients waiting for him in Louisville.
ools for Transformation is the name of the 11th Annual Special Needs Network 2-Day Conference and community convening. The Special Needs Network is a nonprofit grassroots organization responding to the crisis of autism and other developmental disabilities in underserved communities. It has engaged in a long list of programs and campaigns that address issues from […]
Arguably his most powerful message, King was criticized for the speech’s content because he was critical of the United States’ use of undemocratic policies and veered from his traditional “civil rights message”.
Sharon Kyle: With the exception of the Dreamers, all other undocumented immigrants are subject to deportation. In some cases some individuals could face deportation without a hearing.
Sharon Kyle – Trump Executive Order Banning Muslims Stopped for now.
Sharon Kyle: Trump signed an executive order banning many Muslims from entering the country. This has resulted in two Iraqi men being detained at JFK Airport. The ACLU and several other groups are suing the president.
Sharon Kyle: The question is whether or not a factual statement such as this should or should not be interpreted as divisive. This is where issues of privilege come into play.
Returning to Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man decades after parsing it as a college American literature class assignment just weeks from Donald J. Trump’s inauguration is a bittersweet experience indeed.
Sharon Kyle: In spite of his indefensible remarks, when the dust settled, 53% of white women voted for Trump—an almost imperceptible change from the percentage of white women voting for Mitt Romney in 2012.