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Trump’s Racism May Be Blatant, but the Culture He Defends Comes Out of the Civil War and Goes Well Beyond Racial Division
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Trump’s Racism May Be Blatant, but the Culture He Defends Comes Out of the Civil War and Goes Well Beyond Racial Division
July 7, 2020

Trump’s racism is blatant and unconcealed, but the culture he is pledged to defend encompasses far more than racial division.

VIDEO: Is There Really Such a Thing as White Privilege?
July 5, 2020

From the restricted perspective of Segregation America or Apartheid South Africa – Yes. But from a greater historical perspective this idea is madness.

VIDEO: Is There Really Such a Thing as White Privilege?
The Trouble With ‘White Privilege’
Society
The Trouble With ‘White Privilege’
July 3, 2020

Because the phrase applies to all whites by virtue of the color of their skin, it implies that all somehow benefit from racism. But is that really the case?

Why Just Statues? Why Not Topple the U.S. Constitution as Well?
June 21, 2020

Contrary to the Democratic Party, it wasn’t Russia that put Trump, but a superannuated constitution that people like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer revere.

Why Just Statues? Why Not Topple the U.S. Constitution as Well?
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Why U.S. Is a Major Human Rights Violator
Society
Why U.S. Is a Major Human Rights Violator
June 16, 2020

Although the United States has historically been more than willing to criticize the human rights policies of other countries, it has bristled at attempts to have brought forth in the international body its own human rights outrages.

Blacks Americans vs. The System: Can Anything Break the Cycle?
June 12, 2020

If you believe that you have lived generation upon generation at the mercy of those who despise you, then your 4th of July BBQ won’t have many fireworks.

Blacks Americans vs. The System: Can Anything Break the Cycle?
World
Syria in Seattle: Commune Defies the U.S. Regime
Society
Syria in Seattle: Commune Defies the U.S. Regime
June 12, 2020

The marriage of post-Lockdown and George Floyd protests has nurtured a rough beast that is still immune to any form of civilized debate in the U.S.

6 Steps Toward Building Trust Between Black Americans and the Police
June 11, 2020

The black communities in our inner cities are hurting. Decades of neglect, abuse, and systemic racism have turned many of these neighborhoods into urban wastelands.

6 Steps Toward Building Trust Between Black Americans and the Police
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