segregation

On “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell” during ‘Faith Walk’ she talks about how Sunday is a segregated day. People talk about white churches and black churches and compare the music that they play at them. She mentioned if we’re all love the same Jesus there should’t be any problem. People beat up others with […]

A study of 100 American cities, facilitated by Measure of America (an initiative of the Social Science Research Council), found that segregation is still affecting…

Having seen the documentary, Prom Night In Mississippi, about a high school that gets integrated in 2008 because of Morgan Freeman’s influence and insistence, I…

  There was no pomp and circumstance, no procession with classmates, but on Friday a school district in Illinois finally handed Alva Early his high…

What you see above is a map of Detroit. The small colorful dots represent people, plotted to show where they live and their race. Whites are…

This Photo Of Michelle Obama Will Give You Goosebumps Past and present collide in the image, which was taken in May, showing FLOTUS speaking with…

For those of you who continue to see the best in humanity, allow me to step in like Maleficent on Princess Aurora’s royal unveiling with…

Sixty years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision, education inequalities still exist. What did we really achieve through integration and how do we…

For a certain segment of Bill Cosby’s fan base, the legendary comedian is as pristine as it gets. That is, so long as he doesn’t step…

TRENTON, N.J.— New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is referring to an openly gay state lawmaker as “numb nuts” for comparing him to former segregationist governors from the South. The governor wants the issue of gay marriage put to a public vote. Democrats have criticized him for comments that people involved in the civil rights movement […]

Author Stewart Buck has a new book, “Acting White: The Ironic Legacy Of Desegregation” in which he claims that integration has had a negative affect on African-American education. Richard Thompson Ford at Slate wrote this about the book: It was desegregation that destroyed thriving black schools where black faculty were role models and nurtured excellence […]