A healthy debate is raging over whether the National Football League should adopt a rule calling for a 15-yard penalty for use of the N-word.
Media Project Op-Ed
We need to do a better job educating our students about how to handle essential financial decisions.
The Oscars did the right thing by bestowing the honor of best picture to “12 Years a Slave.” The movie earned it.
The United States should stop meddling in Venezuela.
Fifty years ago, a depraved and savage crime rocked the civil rights movement: the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama.
Sept. 14 marks the 135th birthday of Margaret Sanger, the pioneer for women’s rights and contraception.
“The Butler” fills in the gaps in our mutual social, moral and political history.
Puerto Rico does not need a three-ring circus to decide its fate. It needs a responsible U.S. policy to make up for centuries of colonial abuse by both Spain and America.
Aug. 26 is Women’s Equality Day, marking the day that women finally won the right to vote. But we can’t really celebrate equality, because we don’t have it yet.
This policy discriminated against men of color and, in a blatantly un-American way, trampled on the presumption of innocence.
It is time for an honest dialogue on race that doesn’t look the other way at racist statements, notions, and overt activities.
As another college semester approaches, we need to recognize that education has become a business.
Twenty-five years ago on Aug. 10, President Reagan signed a law that finally apologized and made reparations for the incarceration of 120,000 Japanese-Americans during World War II.
We need to end all race-based injustice, not remain complicit with a system rigged to perpetuate it.
It’s easy to kill, but to be civilized is to help people live and to seek ways to end animosity and needless death.