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Trayvon, Zimmerman and The Future of Black Crime

It was a case that captured the attention of the American public from the day George Zimmerman pulled the trigger and shot Trayvon Martin last February up until the verdict came down as ‘not guilty’ in the Florida courtroom. It was a case that divided the public and brought the law and the justice system...

The Real Problem With Soccer

We would love to believe that racism in sports is a thing of the past. That in the U.S Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier and we’ve never looked back. We would like to believe this is the case in America but in some European soccer matches, it’s April 1947 all over again. Several matches...

Under age 5: where ethnic minority numbers rise in the U.S

There’s a first for everything and this one is sure to have a lasting impact. For the first time in history, the diversity of America’s ethnic minorities now make up about half of the under-5 age group. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, high birth rates, especially amongst Hispanics, has led to a more rapid...