What began as a social media movement quickly broadened, inspiring large-scale demonstrations and catapulting young, tech-savvy activists into the public eye. And, as it evolved, Black Lives Matter came to resemble the Black Panther Party, established 50 years ago this month by Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale.
By: Dr. Chenjerai Kumanyika Dear Coach Swinney, I’m a professor at Clemson. We’ve never met, but we work with many of the same students. I listened to your comments on the issue of athlete protests on the field, and I wanted to share some of my impressions. I winced when I heard a reporter ask you, […]