Darrell Dawsey is a veteran journalist who has written for numerous publications and Web sites, including the Detroit News, USAToday, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the New York Daily News, the Los Angeles Times, Essence, Vibe,, and the "Assignment: Detroit" project. He is the author of three books, including Living To Tell About It: Young Black Men in America Speak Their Piece and the best-selling I Ain't Scared of You: Bernie Mac on How Life Is. Dawsey lives in metro Detroit with his wife and two small children.

Dawsey to Dickerson: 'We Know Racial Bias When We See It'
Dawsey: Silence Over Murder of Promising Young Black Woman is Deafening
Dawsey: Political PAC Dishonors Name Of Civil Rights Icon By Endorsing Bob Ficano
Just Say No! Union Leader Explains Why Retirees Should Reject 'Grand Bargain'
Dawsey: Suspended Monroe Teacher Should Be Applauded for Dealing With Race
Dawsey: Can Detroit Trust JPMorgan Chase, Which Sent It Into Crisis?
'Even a Diminished Conyers Has More to Offer Than Many'
Dawsey: NAACP Leaders Cheapen Legacy By Giving Awards to the Wrong People
Dawsey: The Ban on Affirmative Action Is About Preserving the Caste System
Dawsey: Mayor Fouts' Irrational Stance Against Atheists
Dawsey: I Agree With Detroit's Chief About Armed Homeowners Defending Themselves
Dawsey: Beating Prompts Callous, Offensive Fictions About Race
Isiah Thomas Was A Super Player, But Don't Hire Him as the Pistons Coach
Dawsey: State Senate's Welfare Drug Test Push Is Legislative Bullying
A Minimum-Wage Hike Is Good for The Nation, Despite What the Suits Say

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