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The growth coincides with the rise of interracial marriages.
Are you a hero for figuring out how to do their hair, or are you a parent?
And I chose to give him that experience. He got to sit next to Santa. They discussed his Christmas list. There were candy
The actor interviewed a school cop for the upcoming series "America Divided."
"Will you embrace and welcome me when I’m a full grown black man?"
There is a big problem in our educational system, and it is persistent.
Sadly, the number of Black youth taking their lives is on the rise. Here are two things that you need to know about Black children and suicide:
Race is more than just a demographic descriptor. For many black children, race is a determinant of poorer outcomes.
#BlackLivesMatter leaders are advocates. In light of the incessant number of shootings of black women, men, girls and boys
Were Dr. King still alive would he have told Mississippi sharecropping parents that letting their kids walk three miles barefoot
This difference, of how our society perceives black and white children is what makes the juxtaposition of Couch and Rice particularly compelling. The individuals within the cogs of the criminal justice system examining the liability of Officers Loehmann and Garmback in the death of Tamir Rice absolved them of responsibility in Rice's tragic death.
No, adopting a black child is not an opportunity to prove you're not racist or be heralded for wanting the undesirable and loving the unlovable. It means understanding and accepting that despite the notion of race as a purely social construct, there are physical differences between us.
McGinty and his grand jury have blood on their hands. And while the U.S. masquerades as an exceptionalist beacon of democracy, the community is calling for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to investigate the grand jury process and immediately fire Timothy Loehmann, the officer who murdered Tamir.
The new Every Student Succeeds Act begins a new era, but it is one without needed federal accountability and with the hopes that states will fulfill their crucial responsibility to educate all their children fairly and prepare them for work and life.