Bell and Rip Hamilton are astounded by the Knicks' situation on the Crossover.
"We have made progress in everything, yet nothing has changed" - Derrick Bell Only eight short years ago, the United States elected its first Black president, and lo, the end of racism was heralded across the land. Commentators of all...Show More Summary
photo: Eugene Mirman @ EMCF 2015 (more by David Andrako) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Eugene Mirman, Derrick Brown, H. Jon Benjamin @ Bell House This is...
Image Credit: Funeral Procession by T. Coleman On Charleston: Black Genocide as Rapture Ahmad Greene-Hayes | _@BrothaG | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) Published in 1992, Derrick Bell’s The Space Traders tells the story of munificent...Show More Summary
"Space Traders" was one Derrick Bell's more provocative essays from Faces at the Bottom of the Well, raising the ultimate existential question about what it means to be Black--and who gets to choose. The essay was brilliantly turned into a short film, with a screenplay from Trey Ellis and direction from Reginald Hudlin. Show More Summary
Derrick Lewis and Shawn Jordan faced off for the first time in 2010 with Jordan getting the decision win. The two men will run it back on the biggest stage in the sport when they fight at UFC Fight Night 68.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
As if three-pointers weren’t hard enough to make, a new NBA promo shows basketball players Derrick Rose, LeBron James, Steve Nash, James Harden and Stephen Curry nailing those shots to the tune of “Jingle Bells.” Since the YouTube video was uploaded on Nov. 14, it has proven to be a slam dunk, racking up more than 2 million views. LIST: 12 Random Things Shaq Has Endorsed
The NBA just released a 30-second ad for its Christmas day games, and it's pretty clever. In the commercial, Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, James Harden, and Steve Nash shoot jump shots on hoops rigged with bells. When theShow More Summary
RACIAL politics were a lot more charged back in 1991, when Derrick Bell, then a professor at Harvard law school, went on strike to demand the hiring of a black woman faculty member, and at the same moment inadvertently launched the political career of the student who would become America's first black president. Show More Summary
"Jingle bells. Batman smells. Robin laid an egg." Everyone knows that classic "children's parody rhyme" involving Batman's smelly ways. What if, instead of all the comics, Christopher Nolan's Batman series was based on that rhyme asShow More Summary
... writes John McWhorter article in TNR. [P]lus, for someone of his demographic and biography, it was more than a little fake. (Did the Harvard Law Review Editor hugging Derrick Bell in that 1991 video really think two men shouldn’t...Show More Summary
DAVID SWINDLE ON The hatred of Derrick Bell’s Afrolantica Legacies.
Did anyone over there realize how dumb this is? As a 28-year-old student at Harvard Law Barack Obama supported the activism of Professor Derrick Bell and urged his peers to open their hearts and minds to the words of Critical Race Theory's...Show More Summary
Today, I write about E. Christi Cunningham, a Howard University law professor and associate assistant secretary for regulatory affairs at the Department of Labor. Cunningham appears not to have noticed that the United States has a black...Show More Summary
Fox News is once again moving to the left, hoping to avoid left-wing attacks on its news operations and commentators. But the move risks alienating conservative viewers. The current controversy involves new Fox News contributor Santita Jackson, who lists the notorious Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Jr., as being among her personal “activities and interests” on her [...]
The Eagles’ search for a new tackle continues. Free-agent Demetrius Bell, who spent his first four seasons with the Bills, has left Philly without a contract, according to Derrick Gunn of CSNPhilly.com. Bell has drawn interest from several teams, including the Steelers, Redskins, Cardinals, and Packers. The fact that he hasn’t signed suggests that his…
I've noted on several occasions that Fox News spent pretty much the entire summer of 2010 fanning the flames of xenophobia and racial resentment, and a few days ago I wondered if the ridiculous Derrick Bell incident foreshadowed a reprise during this year's election summer. Show More Summary
The Breitbrats are still “vetting” Derrick Bell and his critical race theory. Apparently to even suggest that U.S. institutions might be rigged to favor white people is an outrageous lie promoted by “race-obsessed radicals.” Worse, say the Breitbrats, critical race theory is even being used “as a foundation to encourage teachers, students, and school systems [...]
There is such a thing as honor. And when the honor of a great man is attacked, there must be a response. Professor Derrick Bell, who passed away last October, was a great man. His legacy to the legal profession, to civil rights law and...Show More Summary
The life and legacy of the late Professor Derrick Bell has come under vicious assault by conservatives hell-bent on salvaging Breitbart.com's Barack Obama "bombshell," which turned out to be a toy gun that shoots out a flag that says "Bang! Black Guys Hugging!" One of the lies being told about Prof. Show More Summary