And still, we overcome.
By Elizabeth J. West, Georgia State University/The Conversation Though we often discuss World War I through the lens of history
The young boy didn't suffer permanent physical damage but his family and community demand police get to the bottom of his case.
The backlash was "so vicious that it really threw me," Harvey said of meeting Trump.
“We get the message loud and clear," a board chairman of the NAACP wrote.
In the very same week that we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the person I regard as the greatest American we've ever produced, we will also witness the ascension to power of a vacuous American fraud, a con man who epitomizes the worst of public life.
Ten years ago, I predicted the rise of a new form fascism in the United States and Europe, suggesting that the injustices and contradictions of the capitalist system were growing too large to be contained any longer by the existing liberal political order.
The Harvard professor and historian broke down the divide in this year's election.
We really are stronger together.
White silence is violence.