- February 5, 2015This Detroit man's horrific commute is just one extreme example of what poor public transportation means for many Americans.
- March 6, 2014"Not even close," says social justice advocate Angela Glover Blackwell.
- July 23, 2013 | Group Think
The majority of black people remain either saddled with poverty, unemployment and life in America's ghettos, or are living a fragile, insecure middle-class life that may be unavailable to their children.
- June 26, 2013 | Group Think
The Court went outrageously wrong in assuming we have become a post-racial America that no longer needs to be bound by the legal protections that have preserved the electoral process for nearly a half-century. Indeed, discrimination still happens, and it's not limited just to the southern states covered under provisions of the Voting Rights Act. Discrimination happens across America: North, East, West and South. And, unfortunately, it is not rare. The Supreme Court’s decision utterly ...
- February 8, 2013 | Group ThinkAngela Glover Blackwell wants to hear these six words in the President’s State of the Union address.
- Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, Double Dealing on the Reservation, the Dimensions of Race, and the Tom DeLay ControversyNovember 19, 2004 | NOWNOW looks at soon-to-be Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice's track record, investigates lobbyists who allegedly cheated Indian tribes of tens of millions, and looks at social justice in an unfair system.