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Commentary: Delta’s World Cup Diss to Ghana
Delta Airlines posted a tone-deaf tweet, presenting an image of a giraffe as a representation of Gh...


Commentary: The Kenya Terror Reveals the Underside of Social Media
Social media played a significant role in the strategy of the terrorists in the attack on the mall ...


Commentary: Kanye West’s Most Important Social Critique?
Is "New Slaves" Kanye West's most important social critique to date?...


Commentary: Twitter Threats Worse for Women of Color
Women who express opinions online are often subjected to threats....


Commentary: List of ‘R-Word’ Critics Grows Louder and Louder
John Wooten joins opponents of the racist nickname of NFL franchise....


Commentary: Social Issues Turn Some Blacks Away From Obama
A few Black churchgoers in the swing state of Ohio say Obama’s liberal social policies have turned ...


Commentary: Why Selma 's Oscars Snub Doesn't Matter
Ava DuVernay's film is the most important of the year, whether the Academy recognizes it or not....


Commentary: The Oscars Are So White That...
Hollywood seems to reject Black actors when they play strong African-American figures....


Commentary: Ferguson to Berkeley, A Tragic Year of Police Violence
The frayed relationship between Blacks and police continues....


Commentary: The Ferguson Summer of Discontent Is Not Over
If you thought the unrest and protests had died down, think again....


Commentary: Why I’m Not Moving Out of Shondaland
In defense of tuning in every Thursday night....


Commentary: What Nine Words? Viola Davis Makes History Without Making a Sound
Last night's groundbreaking episode of How to Get Away With Murder made viewers proud....


Commentary: Andrew Hawkins Lets T-Shirt Make His Stand Clear
Wide receiver uses pregame wardrobe to address the senseless killings of two Black boys....


Commentary: The Dutch Tradition of Blackface Fuels the Fire of a Movement
The traditional Dutch blackface holiday character of Zwarte Piet (Black Peter), plainly offensive t...


Commentary: Blacks and Native Americans Share Common Ground
Tiya Miles, a MacArthur “Genius Grant” recipient and chair of the African-American Studies Departme...


Commentary: Struggle for Equality Still Continues for the Civil Rights Generation
Retirement may be a burden for African-American seniors, many of whom have insufficient assets to l...


Commentary: Cancer in the Black Community
When it comes to prostate cancer, Black men continue to suffer from higher mortality rates than whi...


Commentary: Even "Strong" Black Women Can Kill Themselves
Karyn Washington's death reminds us that suicide affects everyone....


Commentary: What Happened to Kony 2012?
Despite a record-breaking social media campaign, the movement that was supposed to make Ugandan war...


Commentary: Will America Keep Its Promises to Our Returning Combat Troops?
With U.S. combat troops withdrawing from Iraq, there is a uncertainty about whether the nation will...

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