ABOUT Zerlina Maxwell
April 11, 2013
At Ebony, Zerlina Maxwell speaks to Anti-Street Harassment Week founder Holly Kearl about the fight to allow women to walk down the street safely and in peace.
What's behind the absence of national mourning when young victims of violence are African American? Ebony's Zerlina Maxwell seeks out the perspectives of two experts.
The "fiscal cliff" is a politically manufactured crisis that is more like "steps," Zerlina Maxwell writes in a piece at Ebony, adding that Americans can rest assured that the end of the world is not upon us if a deal between House Republicans and the president isn't reached by the deadline on Dec. 31.
After his "blackface" quip, maybe he'll learn to make his critiques more constructive and less offensive.
Daily News blogger Zerlina Maxwell checks in on Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney's flip-flop concerning federal spending on disaster relief in light of Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath.
Writing at the New York Daily News, Zerlina Maxwell says that while it's obvious one-liners won't win the presidential debate for Romney, President Obama will need to do three things to really distinguish himself.
Ebony political columnist Zerlina Maxwell points out that in this upcoming election, black women may be those most affected by new voter-ID laws.
Ebony's Zerlina Maxwell argues that the recent attacks on Valerie Jarrett are just the latest example of the Republican Party playing dirty with high-level African-American liberals.
Zerlina Maxwell, blogging at the New York Daily News, says that the GOP candidate may be missing the required "sensitivity chip."
As The Root celebrates the law that changed girls' sports forever, we also examine its shortcomings.
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