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Black America at a Crossroads

The road less traveled

Black America is in a constant state of grief and mourning these recent days, months, years. The state-sanctioned violence perpetrated on black youth by police, prosecutors and judges is utterly demoralizing. Read More »

Book Review: The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Racial caste is alive and well in America. Read More »

TV Review: The Kennedys – Parts V and VI “The Irony Wants You”

Jack and Bobby did not "meet a Negro" until college. But had to help one integrate Ole Miss. Read More »

Book Review: The Time of Eddie Noel by Allie Povall

A racial incident in 1953 fuels Jim Crow stupidity in Mississippi and sparks unreasonable racial hatred. Read More »

Book Review: Scottsboro by Ellen Feldman

Scottsboro is a hypnotic and haunting novel destined to become a classic. Read More »