Clarence Page

Nationally Syndicated Columnist, Chicago Tribune

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Clarence Page on KCRW

Last night at the Grammy Awards, Kendrick Lamar gave an electrifying performance about being black in America.

Hillary Clinton, Kendrick Lamar and Race

Last night at the Grammy Awards, Kendrick Lamar gave an electrifying performance about being black in America.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Martin Luther King, Jr.  was gunned down on April 4, 1968, but today is the day we recognize him.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy in Tucson's Shadow

Martin Luther King, Jr. was gunned down on April 4, 1968, but today is the day we recognize him.

from To the Point

Finance Reform, the extension of unemployment benefits and possible tax cuts have been overshadowed this week by a false charge of reverse racism.

The Attack Media and the Reverse Race Card

Finance Reform, the extension of unemployment benefits and possible tax cuts have been overshadowed this week by a false charge of reverse racism.

from To the Point

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