Rep. Pete Sessions doesn’t know what diversity is, but he knows it’s a big problem.
When the system isn’t bending over backwards to let cops off the hook, justice can be served.
The Donald has no incentive to tone it down. He’s proven that racism is a winning strategy in the GOP primary.
In an unexpected, late-night maneuver, Republicans took a stand for federally-funded racism.
95 percent of elected prosecutors are white. Fifteen states have exclusively white prosecutors.
An argument by association isn’t a valid argument. It’s a dodge.
It is an uniquely American phenomenon to allow individual states to deliberately mislead children.
Not even close to addressing the issue at hand.
If the KKK ever watched South Park, they’d know better than to rally for the flag.
It is easy for the white majority to miss the evidence of persistent systemic and cultural racism in America.
It’s getting harder and harder to defend the culture — past and present — that the Confederate flag represents.
Our own racialized responses to a racially-motivated act of terrorism.
Americans are overwhelmingly dissatisfied our country’s political system, and it’s starting to show.