ABOUT John McWhorter
January 28, 2013
Daily News columnist John McWhorter says that when President Obama mentioned Stonewall during his inaugural address, he underscored the importance for African Americans to continue fighting for equality for all, including gays.
Daily News contributor John McWhorter defends his view, against critics both black and white alike, that things are getting better.
Given past critiques of black roles on-screen, is there anything the writers can do to make us happy?
As a new case heads to the Supreme Court, it's time to admit that disparities are about more than race.
Homophobic displays by blacks hurt our ability to demand racial equality from the rest of society.
But was it ever really a bad thing that black people lived together?
He said that blacks should work, graduate and marry before having kids. What's racist about that?
In her dismay at Common's use of the n-word, she forgot a point she once made, says John McWhorter.
Blacks can't make white people less racist, but there are some things we can do.
The protests -- and Abigail Fisher's lawsuit -- remind us that inequality affects white people, too.
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