How black grassroots politics led to the 14th Amendment and black citizenship

Frederick Knight, Morehouse College In 2008, the United States elected its first African-American president. But in the last year of Obama’s final term, the paradox and tragedy of race is as apparent now as any time in recent American history. A poll released earlier this month indicates a growing pessimism about race relations in the…

Black Lives Matter Worldwide: Southern Laced welcomes the spokesperson of the Brigade Anti Negrophobie (BAN) Mouvement… Franco LOLLIA

If you remember my last article From Paris with Love, I was gushing about how my city was beautiful with our melting pot and population diversity. This diversity also brings some tension between the police and “minorities”. African Caribbean French citizens are facing the same struggle as African-Americans in the U.S. with the Black Lives Matter…