Opinion: Strength And Sacrifice In South Carolina
Donella Wilson was 108 years old when she died last year. She'd voted in every single election — primary and general — since winning the right to vote in 1947.
Opinion: Black People Have A Responsibility To Vote. So Does Everyone Else.
When pundits try to blame minority turnout for lost elections, let’s hold all voters accountable.
Opinion: I Should Have Listened To My Grandma About American Racist Terrorism
Maybe there’s a big step between “send her back” and the world my grandmother remembered. Or maybe it’s not such a big step at all.
Opinion: Four Years Ago My Friend Was Murdered In His Church By A White Supremacist. It Still Hurts Every Day.
He walked into their Bible study group. They talked with him and prayed with him, and he repaid their kindness by killing them.
Iowa Gets Democrats Talking, But South Carolina Is Where The Action Is
If you want to win the Democratic nomination, you need to win the African-American vote. And there's where South Carolina comes in.