Missouri

Missouri Governor Grants Stay Hours Before Execution

August 24, 2017

“Almost every capital case out of there in the last 20 years involving a black defendant, there have been issues about the exclusion of African American jurors,” explains Marcellus Williams’ lawyer Kent Gipson

NAACP Travel Advisory for Missouri

August 3, 2017

NAACP cites, racism, discrimination, hate crimes, and weakening of legal recourse for the travel warning. Professor Gerald Horne puts the measure in its contemporary and historical context in Missouri

Bank Profits Soar, Wages Suffer Sharpest Decline in 60 Years

June 6, 2013

Bill Black: The economy is recovering – unless you work for a paycheck.

Deficit is Dropping but is there a Real Recovery?

May 22, 2013

Bill Black: With surge in stock market, the wealthier are paying more taxes but working class wages are not rising and unemployment remains high, so this does not mean a sustained recovery of the real economy is underway