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Hillary Clinton’s “Trouble” with Young Women Reflects Tensions in 21st Century Feminism

February 21, 2016

For weeks now the political pundits and talking heads have been trying to understand Hillary Clinton’s lack of appeal, indeed more like her total loss, of young women voters, who overwhelmingly support Bernie Sanders.   Many theories have been offered,…

For Blacks “it’s” Never Enough…According to Bristol Palin

February 18, 2016

  “What more do black people want? They complained about slavery – we abolished it. They complained about oppression in the 60’s – we made sure there was no more of it. Then they started bitching about how America has…

BLACK MEN, VIETNAM, DRUGS & PRISON

February 14, 2016

Introduction Several news stories are asking the question: “where have all the Black men gone?”  In fact the phenomenon has become known as the “missing-Black men phenomenon.” This post is interested in looking at three seemingly unrelated yet interconnected occurrences in…

Why I (continue) to need Feminism….

January 29, 2016

  A few weeks ago I was contacted by a representative of a national regulatory agency who liaises between their community outreach arm and local college and universities. As part of giving back to the community, experts at the regulatory…

The Death Penalty: “But I am Not Guilty”

January 24, 2016

More than any other nation, the US still imposes death for capital crimes. In fact, these three very scary words—DEATH ROW EXONERATION– are enough to make you upchuck. Consider what it must be like if you have been convicted for…

Reflections on Martin Luther King, JR and President Obama

January 23, 2016

Make America Great Again!—Donald Trump I feel out of place in our own country—Marco Rubio “If you want to say that I was a drum major, say that I was a drum major for justice. Say that I was a…

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