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Stories by Margaret Kimberly
Read more of Margaret Kimberly's work at Black Agenda Report.
Why We Don't Want Bill and Melinda Gates Controlling the WHO Response to Ebola
Posted on: Oct 16, 2014, Source: Black Agenda Report
The world of private dollars played a role in consigning thousands of people to death.
How Not to 'Bring Back Our Girls'
Posted on: May 19, 2014, Source: Black Agenda Report
The last thing Nigeria needs is a foreign military presence to prop up its corrupt government.
Why Cops and Prosecutors Get Away With Throwing Innocents in Prison
Posted on: May 15, 2013, Source: Black Agenda Report
It is indisputable that America strives to put as many black people behind bars as possible.
Jail for Sending Their Kid to School? How America Treats Black Women and Children Like Criminals
Posted on: May 8, 2012, Source: Black Agenda Report
There's a war in America against black women and their young children.
How the Right Uses People of Color to Foster Racism
Posted on: Apr 3, 2007, Source: Black Agenda Report
White supremacy, sensing the need to repackage itself for consumption in polite company, partially fills the demand for racist bile by outsourcing to mercenary writers of color.
Civil War in America
Posted on: Mar 16, 2006, Source: The Black Commentator
We need a movement -- one that will loudly proclaim our refusal to go along with right-wing fantasies of time travel to the 1950s.
How A Swann Became An Ugly Duckling
Posted on: Jan 12, 2006, Source: The Black Commentator
Lynn Swann reminds us that if unqualified white people can run for office and win, unqualified black people can too. But that doesn't mean we should vote for them.
Imus, Andy, and Irish-Americans
Posted on: Nov 10, 2005, Source: The Black Commentator
Why is a white television commentator telling black people what to call themselves?
A Bitter Pill for Black Hearts
Posted on: Jun 27, 2005, Source: The Black Commentator
A drug recently approved to treat African-American heart disease seems to be just another case of the pharmaceutical industry's endless search for profits.
An Apology, Forty Years Overdue
Posted on: Jul 27, 2004, Source: The Black Commentator
Kentucky newspapers apologize, forty years late, for the way they deliberately ignored the entire civil rights movement.
The Truth About Tulia
Posted on: Oct 9, 2003, Source: The Black Commentator
Forty-six innocent people were convicted of drug-dealing based on the testimony of one crooked cop.
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