Category Archives for "Op-Ed"

Apr 12

OP-ED – What Good are Democrats?

By Dayvon Love | Op-Ed

Source: Afro American Newspaper | Author: Dayvon Love | Original publication date: April 12, 2015 It would be disingenuous to proclaim Maryland to be such a progressive state if it did not have the will to pass something substantive on the issue of police brutality. It is time that we dispel the mythology around Maryland […]

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Sep 29

OP-ED: This ‘Diversity’ Stuff Can Kill You: What I Learned as a Black Man at America’s Least Diverse Elite College 

By Lawrence Grandpre | Call To Action

  Introduction: Talking Back to Tokenism  I can’t count the number of times I’ve been used as the “face of diversity.” Everywhere from the brochure for the local summer camp to US News and World Report, I’ve found my smiling image being deployed as the visual representation of someone else’s commitment to racial equality, a […]

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