Providing high-quality K-12 education to economically disadvantaged children is perhaps the best way to help reverse rising inequality in America.
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During one of my recent visits to Ghana, a friend of mine who has never been to America asked me
As we wage the fight for racial justice, it is crucially important for the black community to keep in mind
Following the Haitian Revolution that ended in 1804, France, the colonial power, reportedly demanded today’s equivalent of $21 billion from
At what point can a person afford not to steal? I think about this question often, particularly in regard to
The Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union created a bipolarity within which pretty much every country in
In March 2016, a month after U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away, President Barack Obama nominated Judge Merrick
“Venezuela is now a world leader in the production of desperation,” says Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson in a recent
Perhaps more than colonialism, most emigrants like me from Africa routinely blame corruption for much of the continent’s current ills.
Libya’s descent into chaos following the ouster and killing of its longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi has led to widespread condemnation