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    #BlackLivesMatter as Much as #AllLivesMatter
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    June 22, 2015 • Justice

    Dear Black People: Stop Being So Forgiving
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    June 19, 2015 • Justice

    Charleston Shootings, Racism, and America
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    June 14, 2015 • Justice

    McKinney: No Right to Party if You’re a Black Kid
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    June 14, 2015 • Justice

    Kalief Browder: When The Wheels of Injustice Keep Turning

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Bill Cosby team’s PR move may be too late in court of public opinion

July 28, 2015 • Media, News

NEW YORK — Bill Cosby’s legal team is not going to take it anymore. Last week, a new public face appeared in Monique Pressley, defending the once-beloved comic performer now beleaguered by allegations of sexual assault from dozens of women. The Washington, D.C-based attorney, whose specialties include civil

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Race

Sandra Bland and Black Female Demonization

July 25, 2015 • Race

Sandra Bland was 28 when she died. But, she wasn’t living the life of your average 28 year old. A Chicago native, she was to work in student

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Politics

Obamacare rates to rise 4 percent in California for 2016

July 27, 2015 • News, Politics

LOS ANGELES — Defying dire predictions about health insurance rate shock across the country, California’s Obamacare exchange negotiated a 4

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Justice

#BlackLivesMatter as Much as #AllLivesMatter

July 24, 2015 • Justice

You see it once and you will see it again: there is someone that has a problem with #blacklivesmatter. People are either going to say it’s

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Media

Bill Cosby team’s PR move may be too late in court of public opinion

July 28, 2015 • Media, News

NEW YORK — Bill Cosby’s legal team is not going to take it anymore. Last week, a new public face appeared in Monique Pressley, defending the

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Entertainment

An Open Letter To Bill Cosby

July 23, 2015 • Entertainment

Dear William H. Cosby, I’m writing this letter in order to get some things off my chest. I know this will likely never reach you, but this is

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Gender

Bill Cosby: Rape Culture in July of 2015

July 9, 2015 • Entertainment, Gender

Rape culture, the epidemic that never wavers, has felt a surge this week. Not that rape culture ever takes a break. In fact, it actually “works”

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Race

Sandra Bland and Black Female Demonization

July 25, 2015 • Race

Sandra Bland was 28 when she died. But, she wasn’t living the life of your average 28 year old. A Chicago native, she was to work in student outreach at

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Bill Cosby: Just-Us and the Burden of Proof

July 15, 2015 • Race

“I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no matter who it is for or against.”  — Malcom X I thought I had said or written all

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Gender

Bill Cosby: Rape Culture in July of 2015

July 9, 2015 • Entertainment, Gender

Rape culture, the epidemic that never wavers, has felt a surge this week. Not that rape culture ever takes a break. In fact, it actually “works” harder

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Bree Newsome: Black Women are Heroes

July 6, 2015 • Education, Gender

Being a middle school teacher, I have a tendency to tease my male students. A lot of times, there may be some discrepancy that I need for them to “get

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Politics

Obamacare rates to rise 4 percent in California for 2016

July 27, 2015 • News, Politics

LOS ANGELES — Defying dire predictions about health insurance rate shock across the country, California’s Obamacare exchange negotiated a 4 percent

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Mass Incarceration: Obama Discusses the New Jim Crow

July 16, 2015 • Politics

This past Tuesday, President Barack Obama spoke at that NAACP National Convention. For me, that was the highlight of the Convention. Unlike some of his past

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Justice

#BlackLivesMatter as Much as #AllLivesMatter

July 24, 2015 • Justice

You see it once and you will see it again: there is someone that has a problem with #blacklivesmatter. People are either going to say it’s hypocritical or

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Dear Black People: Stop Being So Forgiving

June 22, 2015 • Justice

Dylann Roof is the face of evil and racism incarnate. The fact that this 21-year-old man walked into bible study class at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal

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