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A woman demanding answers turns away from a line of militarized police and toward the crowd of protesters. – Photo: J.B. Forbes, St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP

Israel-trained police ‘occupy’ Missouri after killing of Black youth

August 15, 2014

Since the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown by Ferguson police in Missouri last weekend, the people of Ferguson have been subjected to a military-style crackdown by a squadron of local police departments dressed like combat soldiers. This has prompted residents to liken the conditions on the ground in Ferguson to the Israeli military occupation of Palestine. And who can blame them?

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The N-word unchained

January 28, 2013

Movie-goers across the country are embroiled in heavy social media discussions or water cooler arguments about Quentin Tarantino’s use and Spike Lee’s criticism of use of the infamous N-word in the blockbuster hit “Django Unchained.” During the last couple of decades there has been an interesting ongoing dialogue concerning the use, misuse and exploitation of the so-called N-word.

Black president, preachers, politicians and people MIA on Black issues?

September 30, 2012

The Black community is in a world of trouble. And President Obama alone cannot fix it. This is where real leadership is needed: real, un-bought, unbiased leadership. Black America’s biggest challenge, truth be told, is itself. And Black pastors are at the center of the issue. If we can get our leaders to the table – political, business, academic and community – we could create our own salvation.

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‘Black in America’ misses the ‘why’

July 28, 2008

In a country where racism is still alive, it is important for White America not only to see, but also to understand Black America’s story as well. For too long only a partial testament has been given to the adversity that affects millions of our people on a daily basis. Someone should take the time to find the “why.” It is this question that millions of people never ask. Did CNN’s “Black in America” answer it?

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