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Race Corners and American Heroes

Three days ago, a white friend of mine asked for my thoughts on the brutal beating of Steve Utash, a white truck driver who inadvertently hit a preteen boy who dashed out into the street less than two weeks ago. 1,189 more words


Baseball Marks 67th Anniversary Of Jackie Robinson’s Debut With Brooklyn Dodgers

NEW YORK (CBSLA.com/AP) — Marking the 67th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier, Rev. Jesse Jackson praised Commissioner Bud Selig for the strides the sport has taken in minority opportunities over the past two decades. 194 more words


The Liberal Race agenda

This ongoing series is not intended as ‘gotcha’ style one-upmanship on the issue of racism, but rather a counterargument to the view that racism is part and parcel of the Conservative/Republican movement as well as an indictment of the agenda of Liberals.   953 more words

Reason Suffers A Blow In Condoleezza Rice Outrage

Progressives, Left, Liberals — whatever you call them — are certainly a confused bunch. I understand how they win now, though, because their inheritly illogical nature simply beats down logical people who eventually just give up trying to make sense of the… 423 more words


Dante' Jones as Malcolm X

Born and raised in Detroit, Dante’ Jones is an alumni of the Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit and Heritage Works.  Dante began to implement his love of performing at his church, later in high school and now at Wayne State University. 83 more words


Anton Bassey as Dick Gregory

“Anton Bassey is a Detroit native and Wayne State University Department of Theatre Alum.  He’s also a graduate of The Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts (England). 40 more words