All who support racial equality, democracy and justice know that the world is watching: this is time to mobilize to bring an end to racist terror and structural racism in general.
With a stroke of a pen the Union government outlawed the enslavement of 4 million people. The truth was that the war was not going well for the North and they had to pass the Emancipation Proclamation in order to win.
The Second Amendment continues to provide cover for racism just as its original intent was to protect slavery.
While we mourn the victims of the heinous shootings in Newtown, Conn., it is important to pause for a moment to reflect on what this violence means.
As we celebrate Independence Day, it is worth remembering how important documents are to us - and where the authority for those documents comes from.
150 years ago today, the first shots of the American Civil War were fired.
Some groups want to remember the Confederacy "the right way." Whatever can they mean?
Book review: Eric Foner's "The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery."
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."