Rapper and spoken word artist Propaganda is no stranger to these three essential "impulses" that inform the African-American worldview. In fact, the art he creates embodies these ideas.
Suddenly our relationship became less and less about me, and more and more about you. You would ask me questions and leave before I even gave an answer.
What is the meaning of the 2,500-year old Hebrew psalm for oppressed groups?
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As the Senate prepares to modify its version of the health care bill, now is a good time to back up and examine why we as a nation are so divided about providing health care, especially to the poor.
In a letter from prison, Genene Jones appeared to acknowledge her guilt and asked Texas nursing regulators to forgive her for a crime she committed when she was not “of sound mind.”
Talking about race can be difficult, but knowing how to talk about it and understanding its historical origins and societal impact can certainly help make the conversation easier.
“Human trafficking” brings to mind sex slavery and extreme human rights abuses. But an equally pernicious, lesser-known form of slavery persists in the U.S. and elsewhere.
In violation of a longstanding legal mandate, scores of federal law enforcement agencies are failing to submit statistics to the FBI's national hate crimes database, ProPublica has learned.
The cover story for Faithfully Magazine No. 2 is titled "WHITENESS IS CRIPPLING THE CHURCH"—written by founder Nicola A. Menzie and edited by Katelyn Beaty.