Koream, News Feature, Posted: Jan 30, 2011
Overnight, she lost her entire family—by her father’s hand. He tried to kill her, too. This is Binna Kim‘s journey from Hell to Hope.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
After gay rights activist David Kato was bludgeoned to death with a hammer, American evangelicals will have a hard time convincing the world that they are not to blame.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jan 28, 2011
This horrible silence of an entire nation wiped off the worldwide web by a tyrannical dictator in this the second decade of the 21st century.
Amsterdam News, News Report, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
Black quipped, “Could we just have some birth control for a while? It would really help us.”
New America Media, First Person, Posted: Jan 27, 2011
The rule of a despot for three decades and the role of “American ally” are being challenged, thanks in part by the new social network.
RFI English, News Report, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
Thousands of Egyptians defied their government to join protests Tuesday. Police fired teargas and attacked protesters, demonstrators.
Pakistan Link, Commentary, Posted: Jan 25, 2011
If Pakistani Americans want to feel welcome in the United States, they need to judge Pakistan and the U.S. by the same yardstick.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 22, 2011
A surge in self-immolations throughout the Arab world seems to indicate a trend of turning away from religious strictures banning suicide.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
During a BBC report on the worsening situation in the Ivory Coast, a spokesman for Alassane Ouatara said a low-level civil war is already in progress.
Black America Web, News Report, Posted: Jan 18, 2011
Marred by more than a year of lawsuits and internal controversy, the Atlanta-based Southern Christian Leadership Conference has revived itself.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jan 17, 2011
A veteran civil rights lawyer who grew up along the Tex-Mex border explains how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggle became her own.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jan 16, 2011
In far too many public and private circles, the King holiday is still regarded as a “black holiday” or, more charitably, a “civil rights issue.”
Washington Afro, News Report, Posted: Jan 10, 2011
One of the first orders of business for the Republican-controlled House was to strip D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton of her vote in the house.