At MSNBC, The Cycle host Touré writes that the marriage-equality decision the Supreme Court is poised to make is not enough.
Touré, host of MSNBC's The Cycle, discusses in a video essay how America is splitting along broad party lines, which worries him on Election Day and beyond.
Touré writes at Time that victory for Obama in 2012 would signify more racial progress than it did in 2008.
Time columnist Touré tackles the coded language that politicians use in the 2012 presidential election instead of saying, "Don't vote for the black guy."
In his Time column, Touré writes that we'll remember Hemsley's George Jefferson because, despite being difficult to like, he was unapologetic about black achievement.
Washington Post contributor Touré discusses the relationship between hip-hop and America's war on drugs.
Although Anderson Cooper's coming out garnered more attention, Frank Ocean's announcement promises to usher in important change, Touré writes in a piece at Time.
In his column for Time, Touré says that a woman who is in a fight in her home with an admitted habitual domestic abuser, against whom she has legal protection, should be entitled to stand her ground -- but it doesn't always work out that way.
Using a conversation with an admitted racist as a jumping-off point, Touré uses his column at Time to explore the nuances of the "mental tumor" that causes such an attitude.