Black Commentator was certainly not pleased with the Supreme Court’s ruling about Affirmative Action. This piece makes a lot of good points about Affirmative Action’s origins and where it is at now. What do you think?
BBC has a funny(?) story up about Colin Powell and the folks in Zimbabwe calling him an “Uncle Tom” for his remarks regarding the land seizures and Mugabe. But are we really glad to see name calling as part of our legacy to the diaspora?
And New Jersey has successfully ended Amiri Baraka’s tenure as Poet Laurette. Baraka caught tremendous flack for his poem about September 11th that indicted Jewish people. Glad to see free speech is still on everyone’s mind as we approach the fourth of July.
Lastly, four men are going to trial for their role in the Benton Harbor uprisings. Dang.
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