If we talked about white poverty the way we talk about black poverty
A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: The Social Commentary of Get Out
by Forest Taylor5/24/2017, 9:15 AM
Whether it's exploiting personal anxieties or the current fears and uncertainties of the public, horror is sometimes the only genre to bring up points that we would dare not bring up in any other situation.
Jen Sorensen Cartoons: March 1, 2017
by Jen Sorensen3/1/2017, 11:30 AM
Orwellian Reversals for 2017
RNC Youtube Chat Pulled Over AntiSemitic Comments
by Jim Wertz7/21/2016, 6:59 PM
Antisemitic Comments Lead to Closure of Live Chat Feed
Oberlin Historian Renee Romano to Speak at Penn State Behrend About Race and "Collective Memory"
by Dan Schank3/16/2016, 1:15 PM
How does memory shape and distort our understanding of history?
A Letter to the Editor
by Emma Giering2/11/2016, 3:45 PM
An Edinboro University of Pennsylvania student expresses her views on the current political climate and the need for change.
Just Toyin' Witcha: White-collar crime
by B. Toy12/23/2014, 8:45 AM
They call it that for a reason...
Street Corner Soapbox: Cliven Bundy, Eric Garner, and the separate and unequal legal systems for blacks and whites
by Jay Stevens12/10/2014, 6:15 AM
Cliven Bundy is a thief and a bully. And remains a free man.
From the Editors
by The Editors12/9/2014, 4:42 PM
Examining the U.S. prison system, and the racial tensions of Ferguson, Staten Island, and Cleveland.
Systematic Racism in the United States
by Will Taylor12/6/2014, 7:00 PM
A look at the ways in which systematic racism opperates in the United States and the implications it has on the grand jury decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson.
Pressure mounts for Redskins name change
by Erie Reader Author6/23/2014, 12:21 PM
Team owner appears adamant about maintaining team's nickname
Here We Go Again...
by Ben Speggen4/29/2014, 4:56 PM
Why the First Amendment does not protect Donald Sterling.
More thoughts on the George Zimmerman verdict
by Jay Stevens7/15/2013, 11:03 PM
The verdict may have been right, but it was unjust. And, yes, race was a factor.
Apparently Some Things Never Change
by Jay Stevens6/26/2013, 9:55 PM
The Supreme Court guts the Voting Rights Act, and Texas celebrates by enacting discriminatory voting law and legislative redistricting plan.