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"Appalled" by James Foley's murder, the president has vowed to be "vigilant and relentless." Doesn't the murder of Mike Brown warrant his rage and vigilance, too?
As this writer knows, a seemingly harmless slight from an authority figure as a kid can undermine your confidence as an adult. But she’s working on getting over it.
For parents of Black children, even more important than the facts-of-life talk is the one made more dire in the wake of Trayvon and Mike Brown: how to stay alive.
Mississippi activist Fannie Lou Hamer after being arrested and beaten by police in June of 1963.
Ferguson has blown open the conversation about police brutality. But we need to understand that "Black" does not only refer to men.