Officers have begun taking notes about the identities of singers and the content of the signs and banners they bring to the Sing Along.
As a former police chief, let me tell you why I support the Father’s Day rally against the “stop and frisk” policy of the New York Police Department.
Gays and lesbians know that we still have a long way to go in our struggle for equality. Yet, we’re proud that we’ve come this far.
President Obama’s announcement that he believes same-sex couples should be allowed to marry will not – and should not — hurt him among black and Latino voters.
The Department of Justice’s lawsuit against “America’s toughest sheriff” alleges that he and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department “intentionally and systematically discriminate against Latinos.”
President Obama helped move marriage equality forward, and his courageous statement of support will go down in history.
Using broad language to allow indefinite detention does not pass constitutional muster.
His declaration was historic and gutsy. And it made me think of a gay couple that didn’t live to see the day.
Twenty years have passed since the verdict in the Rodney King beating case, and yet the problems of police brutality and racial profiling remain with us.
Grass’s words are not the words of an anti-Semite. They are the words of a man of conscience and a man of peace, daring to speak out even as he knows the slurs are coming.