In 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. predicted that America could elect a black president in 40 years or less. Implicit in King’s prediction is that such an achievement would show that racism was no longer
My first real memory of my father is of blood and gunpowder. The dark of night, leaves crunching beneath my big rubber boots as I clumsily scampered after him. No stars above, no city light bleeding in.
Charles M. McCurdy was a by-the-book high school principal in a small Florida town, until racial discrimination cost him his job—and made him fight back. In 1970, when I was 17 years old, my father Charles
A football legend and target of racial abuse - Australia's difficult relationship with one of its greatest sportsmen. The Final Quarter, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival this month, is forcing