Tag Archives: Martin Luther King

Richard Sherman Speaks His Mind, and That Should Be Applauded
January 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling A black man loudly speaks his mind, and he’s a thug.  A white guy does some posturing, and he’s a colorful character. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree after a game where both men took their jobs very personally as they battled one another. […]

Riley Cooper’s Mess Might Be Society’s Gain – Conversation Can Yield Wisdom
August 2, 2013

by Kent Sterling Riley Cooper did himself no favors when he threatened a black security guard while using the N-word at a Kenny Chesney concert in June, but the dialogue prompted by his idiocy is a very good thing. I’ve heard more intelligent dialogue about racism over the last 36 hours as a result of […]