Podcast also argues over the Philando Castile verdict and Otto Warmbier’s critics
The Color of Law documents how federal housing policy forced blacks and whites apart.
Also listen to the Sirius XM POTUS version Sunday at 3 pm ET
Lawrence Ross vs. Kmele Foster in a public debate at the Soho Forum
Why government-funded agencies should display Confederate symbols only at historic sites or museums
"I have such a deeper appreciation for the punishment that black people received from their government for so long and the crass politics that perpetuated it."
Kmele Foster and Lawrence C. Ross, Jr. debate in New York on May 16.
When Nazi lawyers went looking for racial legislation to emulate, they turned to the United States.
Hate-crime hoaxes, Tony Blair’s testicles, real estate racism, and more
Do its numbers tell a story?
Donald Trump is fearful of the world, and that's a big problem for America.
Talking about racism won't end these problems
A young woman has been charged for filing a false report about men trying to tear off her hijab on the train.
Backwards-looking attitudes about race, religion, and sex have been a hallmark of the Republican coalition for decades, and are hardly grounds for Hitler Youth comparisons.
Independent candidate says Republican Party ‘can no longer be considered the home for conservatives,’ despite all voting evidence to the contrary. Meanwhile, did his ballot exclusion tip Florida away from Hillary Clinton?
Three-headed podcast takes on New York bubble-politics, the objectionable Jeff Sessions, Kanye’s breakdown, and more
Says the country and world are racist so people need to stop focusing on it.