How would members of the Obama administration have reacted to racist pressure from the Deep South in the early '60s?
Is there any hope for the unemployed? Apparently not. Many, says Chrystia Freeland, global editor-in-chief of Reuters news, are people "on the wrong side of history."
Racial wage gap between black and white workers is shrinking, but the all-class gap between black and white is growing.
To win jobs for all, it requires a multi-racial united movement.
For communities that were already in economic freefall before this recession, it's a catastrophe.
Is Rand Paul, a: prejudiced, b: a chauvinist, c: a racist?
In the 2006 Senate election in Virginia, incumbent Republican George Allen was defeated by Democrat Jim Webb after undergoing what is called here his "macaca moment."
The struggle for health care reform showed us what we are up against, and what we are fighting for.
The election of Barack Obama has triggered a racist counteroffensive in much the same way as the North's victory in the Civil War spurred a counteroffensive by the former slaveholders and their allies.
Last month I visited Detroit and once again saw first-hand what can only be described as an economic and human catastrophe.