With thunderous applause in support of Newt Gingrich's continuing effort to connect poverty to stereotypes of African-Americans, the story of race-baiting in the 2012 election continues. An experienced politician and strategist who was Speaker of the House during the contentious period of welfare reform, he knows all too well where the racial landmines lie, making...
Too many Americans simply don’t care about facts and are willing to embrace candidates or activists who brazenly embrace bald-faced lies, writes Sam Fulwood III.
Sam Fulwood relishes the prospect of a Cain vs. Obama election in 2012 for what it will do for racial and postracial politics in our country.
Stirring up racial feelings won’t get Donald Trump elected, and it’s bad for the country, writes Sam Fulwood III.
CAP Action reveals that conservatives are not on the side of Latinos on the key issues that matter to them.
Angela M. Kelley and Gebe Martinez show how Latinos are poised to play a major role in the upcoming midterm elections.
The National Council of La Raza and Half in Ten discussed how to battle rising Latino child poverty at an event this week.
Leticia Miranda, Melissa Boteach, and Katie Wright outline how to fight rising Latino child poverty.
A look at how communities of color will lose out under the Republicans’ “Pledge to America.”
The current political efforts of extremist conservatives and Tea Party leaders to challenge basic U.S. human rights smacks of rank racism, write Sam Fulwood III and Henry Fernandez.