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MSNBC's Chris Hayes, Michael Eric Dyson And President Obama's Use Of The "N" Word


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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes offers a perspective on the issue that you will not find on other media.

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The Charleston Shooting and the Potent Symbol of the Black Church in America

Last night, Dylann Storm Roof entered the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, sat through an hour-long meeting, and then opened fire on those in attendance. 1,160 more words

Commentary

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NAACP Liar Dolezal Proves 'Race' Is A Synonym For 'Leftist'. How Many Germans Pretended To Be Jews In The Holocaust, Again?

Maybe you can answer this question: during the Holocaust, when Jews were being gassed to death by the millions, how many ethnic Germans pretended to be Jews? 2,381 more words

Politics

To #RachelDolezal and Her Defenders

For the past couple of days, I’ve tried to wrap my mind around why the #TransRacial (what does this even mean?) scandal centered on Rachel Dolezal truly and deeply offended me. 603 more words

Life

The Combat Jack Show: Marc Lamont Hill on Michael Eric Dyson, Cornel West, and the Life of the Mind

Check out this great interview with Dr. Marc Lamont Hill on the The Combat Jack Show. In this brief YouTube episode, Hill discusses overcoming homelessness, his path to academia, living the life of the mind, and insight on the Dyson/West dissent.  14 more words

Black Intellectuals

30 Years Later: The Bombing Of MOVE Part 2

Jared Ball and Bashi Rose continue their coverage of the May 13th Commemoration of the 1985 Bombing of MOVE

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The Ghost of Cornel West, Michael Eric Dyson

Originally published in The New Republic, 19 April 2015

NOR HELL A FURY LIKE A WOMAN SCORNED” is the best-known line from William Congreve’s The Mourning Bride… 9,482 more words

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