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Hope is Waiting for the Supreme Court

The futures of millions of immigrant families are on hold until the Supreme Court makes a decision in U.S. v. ...

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My Non-Traditional Face Closes Doors in Election

A response to those Portlanders and entities that continue to question why I am running for the office of Mayor ...

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A Man Who Refused to be Defined or Confined

May Prince rest in purple peace.

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Shady Shell Companies and Tax Havens

The United States is second only to Kenya for harboring these shell companies used to launder money and skirt their ...

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Ensuring Equity in Housing and Opportunity

Fifty years ago, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and others led open housing marches in Chicago.

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Free Inmates on their Deathbeds

A handful of prisoners on their deathbeds might go free under a federal practice called compassionate release.

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Rejecting a Religious Sanction for Bigotry

You cannot invoke a special right to deny another their rights as citizens.

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Calls for Violence are No Joke

True to form, Trump blamed everybody but himself for this debacle.

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Illustrating the Aspects of American Inequality

America, we believe, is a land where everyone gets a fair start and then rises or falls according to his ...

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Donald Trump — From One Tyrant to Another

Donald Trump is a tyrant in thin disguise

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Making Me Proud of the Skin I’m In

To be black is to be powerful

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Inmates Die Because of Substandard Medical Care

The American prison system is broken. I know that from first-hand experience

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I've Been Terrorized in My Own Country

'Terrorized,' my poem in honor of Black History Month

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Black History Month and the Pursuit of Justice

Racial disparity won’t disappear if we simply ignore it. Justice will not be achieved unless we actively seek it out. ...

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Healing Racial Wounds and Creating Opportunity

Fifty years ago, the Civil Rights Movement led to a series of laws banning public discrimination. African Americans were no ...