“Watch Obama Lead A Powerful Rendition Of ‘Amazing Grace’ At Clementa Pinckney’s Funeral”


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REMEMBERING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.


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Lord, please, Master, send us another Martin . . .

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SHAME ON CONSERVATIVES


“Trump Calls Non-White Countries “S**tholes”: The Daily Show”


“Barkley: People are here to see a train wreck CNN Tonight”


CNN

“Black lawmakers wonder why Conyers has to go — but not Franken”


POLITICO

“Black lawmakers are hearing growing calls for Rep. John Conyers to resign and wondering why Sen. Al Franken isn’t getting the same treatment.

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have been privately airing concerns about a double standard within Democrats’ ranks since sexual harassment allegations against Conyers, the longest-serving House member and a founder of the CBC, first surfaced last week. Their concerns were thrust into the open Thursday when Conyers’ lawyer hinted that Conyers was being treated differently than Franken because of race.” MORE

“How an obscure rule change could make discrimination great again”


SALON

“Donald Trump’s administration is trying to roll back decades of progress in enforcing civil rights to make it easier for insurance companies to discriminate against minority home buyers. It could also move to help car lenders and other financial institutions discriminate against minorities too.” MORE

“What’s Trump’s Problem With Black Women?”


POLITICO

“Trevor Noah on Donald Trump and racism in the US – BBC Newsnight”


“NFL Owners Decide To Punt In Meeting On Political Protests”


HUFFINGTON POST

“NFL owners met Tuesday with leaders from the NFL Players Association to hash out the issue of athletes protesting racial inequality by taking a knee during the national anthem.

If the early reports are any indication, neither party took a strong stand for or against the protests.

The four-hour discussion concluded instead with what seems like an extension of the status quo, according to Sports Illustrated senior NFL reporter Albert Breer. For now, players will continue to make their own decisions.” MORE