Though America has come a long way since that day on the Washington Mall, the hardest tasks of integration remain to be tackled.
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Though white people in this nation get a bad rap on race relations, the history of white involvement in civil rights has not been all bad.
Dear White People of America. I know you weren't taught to be racists. But if fear of black men leads you to defend killers, I'm not sure that matters much.
Why do minorities tend to vote Democratic? It all has to do with the language that Republicans use.
This week’s protests against corporate giant Walmart have the potential to create change in ways that the March Against Monsanto did not. Why? It’s all about the corporate reputation.
Critcism of Obama's speech to Morehouse graduates may be overlooking the fact that black Americans need to speak more themselves and rely less on celebrities to define us.
Every Policymicer wants to enable good discussion. Here are a few tips on how to do just that.
Though "Accidental Racist" is a clumsy attempt, Paisley deserves credit for tackling the display of a racist imagery in a song.
Soda sales fell to its lowest point since 1996. Does this spell disaster for soda giants?
McDonald's is trying to appeal to millennials with cheaper products, but members of Gen Y want fresh, healthy food, and the company's maligned image will always turn off young people.
Like space itself, property rights for celestial bodies are an unknown frontier. Just who owns all these asteroids that are the targets of space miners?
A draft bill in the Senate may soon give them the authority to approve the controversial pipeline.
The GOP knows it has a minority problem. What it doesn't know is that their minority problem is really a power problem.
Non-profit work on GMO crops shows promise for fighting obesity in America and malnutrition in the developing world.
In the near future, you might be wondering where all those smoky power plants went: we'll all be generating and selling our own power.
Food companies have purposely engineered junk foods to be addictive. How does the addiction work, what are the consequences, and what can we do about it?
Technology development prizes spur exciting breakthroughs. But are they really effective in creating beneficial technologies?
As 3D printing technologies start to become the norm, how will corporations who have a lot at stake adapt and evolve?
Current FDA-mandated food labels aren't clear, truthful, or informative enough to be helpful. What isn't on them may be worse for you than what is.
Apple is reportedly developing smartwatches, which could appeal to iPhone-loving millennials despite our generation's lack of interest in wrist watches.
Dodge stirred up quite a bit of controversy with its Paul Harvey narrated, "So God Made a Farmer" Super Bowl ad.
President Obama's second term provides a great opportunity to tackle the obesity crisis and all of its various causes head on. Here are a few ideas to get things started.
The numbers of the religiously unaffiliated are surging in America. Why and what can churches do to reverse the trend?
The surprising convergence of the needs of Millennials and Baby Boomers is creating great opportunities for business and public policy in cities across America.
In 2008 Obama changed the game of politics with a consistent message of hope and unity. In 2012 Republicans still haven't caught up.