I Can’t Visit My Sons in Prison Because I Have Unpaid Traffic Tickets

It breaks you down mentally, emotionally. I think about my kids all the time, just all the time. They’ve been in there for years, and it never gets any better to not be able to see them.

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Don’t Let “45” Take Credit for President Obama’s Economy

The income, poverty and health insurance data released by the Census Bureau on September 13 confirms

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Arpaio Pardon Could Encourage More Civil Rights Violations

It’s true, Trump has the legal power to pardon pretty much anyone. But pardoning Arpaio may send the message that state and

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CEOs Close to Trump Deciding When to Advise and When to Leave

“I didn’t leave the Republican Party. I felt that the Party left me.” –Ben Bernanke Bernanke’s

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Over the Years, Americans Have Become Increasingly Exposed to Extremism

Extremism has always been with us, but the internet has allowed ideas that advocate hate and

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Homegrown Terror on the Right Is on the Rise

The attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which a man named James Alex Fields Jr. used his

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Trump Administration Continues to Play Down the Threat of White Supremacist Violence

After the deadly clash between hundreds of white supremacists and counter-protesters today in Charlottesville, Virginia, President

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Rev. Barber: Some Evangelicals Are Using Faith to Bring Us to the Brink of Nuclear War

There is a better gospel: one of justice, of inclusion, of love. When the Rev. Robert

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How a Job Acquires a Gender (and Less Authority if It’s Female)

“I’m not bossy, I’m the boss.” So proclaims Beyoncé in a video in support of the

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African-American Businesses Need to Stay Focused on Profitability to Help the Community

I was invited to do a presentation on marketing strategy to a group of African-American entrepreneurs

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Welcoming Immigrants Keeps America Great

President Donald Trump was elected on his pledge to make America great again. Yet, for all

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‘Just Mercy’ – We Need to Talk About an Injustice | Bryan Stevenson

A powerful true story about the potential for mercy to redeem us, and a clarion call

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