Can community newsrooms—media powered by the people, for the people—rebuild public trust in the news?
The same racist, warmongering social forces prevail as during Martin Luther King Jr.'s time.
Authorities say investigators see similarities between the latest bomb to detonate in Texas' capital city and three bombs that went off earlier this month.
The inexperience of Candice Jackson (pictured), the woman chosen by Betsy Devos to head the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, raises questions about how she will investigate allegations of unfair treatment.
Amid all the calls for compassion for this pro-Trump demographic, an important point gets lost: Study after study shows that no matter how wealthy or educated nonwhites might be, whites fare better in life—even the poor ones.
On average, whites make 26.7 percent more than blacks, earning $25.22 an hour, compared with $18.49 for blacks.
Mainstream Democrats have exaggerated the extent of white working-class support for Donald Trump. They also fail to understand the sources of the white proletarian Trumpism that do exist.
The ruling class of America has been effective at labeling anti-poverty programs as a black phenomenon, even though the majority of people who benefit from government assistance are white.
Voluntary steps to include more people of color and women should be a priority throughout the entire Hollywood system of moviemaking, from studios’ executive ranks to casting.
The candidate is leading in voter support in the Republican presidential primary race because he appeals to a statistically significant bloc of frustrated whites who “reject the stories offered to them” by established sources “and admire leaders who do the same.”