Monday, January 22, 2018
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That Middle East Thing: What do Black People Get Out of...

Another evolving twist in that long and quirky relationship between African Americans and the Jewish community.  CNN's latest on the Black outreach efforts of...

Global Fist Bump Against Racism

Activists and national leaders reaffirmed their commitment to combating racism at a high-level meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations. The leaders Thursday...

Obama Tells U.N. “Compromise … is the Path to a Palestinian...

Early in his presidency, the Nobel Committee awarded President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize. At that point, in his presidency, he had dealt...

How Fresh is the New Middle East Peace Process?

The re-ignition of Middle East peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians seems like a fresh, jolting bolt of needed chill in a region where the war vibe is as common place as a popular household appliance.

Helen Thomas Missed the Memo

Thomas’ ugly public resignation is about more than Helen Thomas. She was the example, her demise a timely convenience for the pro-Israeli side of the Gaza incident to strike back with equal fervor. What we’ve been seeing this past week is a rare and unusually comfortable public questioning of Israel. Thomas isn’t the only one; she was, merely, the most outspoken.