New documents about 2020 Census made public by NAACP, revealing deficiencies in federal government’s preparations and budgeting for decennial headcount.
African-American and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
Here is our collection of articles concerned with African-Americans and Democracy. Few ongoing crisis in American elections have more importance to the integrity of the democracy than the imperative of ensuring voting rights for African-Americans. Also see Democracy Chronicles articles on African-American Voting Rights, the Civil Rights Era, Minority Voting, and our unfortunate category: Racism.
The Oscar-nominated film Green Book depict post-World War II America as a land of wide prosperity while mapping safe route through era of discrimination.
Blackface photo reopens long history of bigotry in medicine, a photo which surfaced from the pages of the Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook.
Democrat Attorney General Jim Hood running for governor this year and a Jim Crow-era law means that Hood could lose even if he wins the most votes.
Historian Henry Louis Gates Jr. can trace the roots of his upcoming PBS documentary about the Reconstruction to his days in school.
Florida’s secretary of state and election chief, Michael Ertel resigned Thursday after photographs were unearthed of him dressed in blackface.
Lawra Wooten is a poll worker in New Jersey. For 80 years now, she has been a powerful advocate, urging citizens to cast their votes, especially the youth.
Ntozake Shange who wrote the 1975 Tony Award-nominated play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf,” died Saturday.
I too love our nation and our flag. We should strive to be a nation where everyone wants to stand for the flag, rather than one that forces and coerces citizens to do so.
I deeply respect and acknowledge what Black Lives Matter is doing. They are current to the cause. God bless them. They are the only voices out there that are really in the thick of it and trying to bring justice to the underserved.