by Michael Arceneaux onDecember 27, 2012
Michael Arceneaux writes at Ebony that Tim Scott, the man slated to become the nation's only black senator, makes an unconvincing argument when he says that advertising can bring more diversity to the Republican Party.
by Maya Rupert onDecember 23, 2012
While ESPN pundit Rob Parker settles into his suspension for questioning Robert Griffin III's blackness, Huffington Post contributor Maya Rupert argues against those measuring future South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott's commitment to the black community.
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