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Zimmerman could not be reached for comment, and it was not known whether he had retained a lawyer. "It will most likely be
It's amazing how a little sunlight will change the behavior of some of the biggest names in corporate America -- sunlight here meaning greater transparency and accountability.
The conservative Daily Caller first reported those statistics, citing data from the Tampa Bay Times. Sean Hannity also picked
From that night forward we decided to not watch as racism took over the planet, but act. That room of LGBTQ activists became a group of anti-hate activists. We stood together. We still stand together, and we will fight together.
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) and Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) banded together for a second time to announce companion versions of the End Racial Profiling Act of 2013, legislation they had previously pushed in 2011 and that appeared before Congress in 2001, 2004 and 2007 as well.
"Ultimately, Trayvon is one of too many individuals across the country who have been victimized by a perception of criminality
A judge would have to determine whether the law applies in this case. If it does, Zimmerman would be released from liability
Here's what the race baiters on the right fail to comprehend: There's a clear-cut, easy-to-follow blueprint for avoiding the ravages of black-on-black violence and crime. America has yet to provide us a comparable blueprint for avoiding racial profiling.
Unfortunately, somehow a physical manifestation of a woman's faith has become a threatening political symbol in Turkey. Even some conservatives have mixed feelings when it comes to the headscarf.
We aren't seeing the same rate of progress with interracial killings as we're seeing in the overall murder rate because the
The night of the Trayvon Martin verdict, debates ensued all over the country. Read more on Upworthy
While noting that "race is a part of everything" and that "racism still exists," Walsh urged to divert the country's focus
This is not simply a "black" cause. It is clearly a "human" one, a "moral" one, a "universal" one.
A Pew survey also found that 86 percent of blacks were dissatisfied with the verdict, and noted additional differences in
President Barack Obama made an unexpected appearance at Friday's White House press briefing to talk about the outcome of the Trayvon Martin case and, more broadly, how the United States continues to grapple with racial bias.
President Barack Obama shared his thoughts on a set of complex issues on Friday, weighing in on Trayvon Martin's death, the
The hearing will be held before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, which
But in an unusually personal moment, he began talking about the broader context of the case and the need to better understand
Breaking windows, spraying graffiti and setting fires to garbage cans isn't original; it hasn't worked in the past and it isn't working now to alleviate our sorrow. Living amidst nightly violence weakens our unity.