Earl Ofari Hutchinson, author of How Obama Governed: The Year of Crisis and Challenge, is a weekly co-host of the “Al Sharpton Show” on American Urban Radio Network. An associate editor of New America Media. He hosts the weekly “Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour” on the Hutchinson Newsmaker Network.
A recent murder trial in Tennessee shows an aspect of violent crime in America that isn't much talked about -- whites are far more likely to be the victims and blacks their assailants in interracial crimes than the other way around.
Posted on: May 30, 2007, Source: New America Media
Given the spectacular leap in the national influence of the Mormons, an apology and a vigorous campaign to educate Mormon followers on racial tolerance would give a big boost to the ongoing battle against racial discrimination.
Posted on: May 17, 2007, Source: New America Media
Dr. King's daughter, who died today, used her career as an actress to prod, cajole and implore audiences that the best way to keep her father's dream alive was to be active fighters for peace and justice.
The NAACP's embrace of showy, symbolic fights does little to solve the problems of drugs, crime, gangs and soaring joblessness among young blacks, or the astronomical rate of prison incarceration of blacks.