Editorials No justice for Terence, Stephon or Black America
Once again legal decisions have come back and in the end, there is no justice for two unarmed Black men shot to death by police officers. The failures came at the federal level and at the local level.
Updated Mar 5, 2019 - 10:02:27 PM
Perspectives A Personal Defense of Minister Louis Farrakhan
Because of Minister Farrakhan’s deep love and commitment to Truth, he brings us the understanding that it is not one’s color that determines whether a person is a devil or not; but their behavior.
Updated Feb 26, 2019 - 4:19:29 PM
Perspectives 2019: Year of Return for African Diaspora
In the heart of Accra, Ghana’s capital, just a few meters from the United States embassy, lie the tombs of W. E. B. Du Bois, a great African-American civil rights leader, and his wife, Shirley.
Updated Feb 5, 2019 - 10:45:56 AM
Straight Words America needs a mirror, Farrakhan isn’t the problem
Phil Kadner, in a recent Chicago Sun Times column, wrote of the symbolism of a painting and haunting memories of things that should have been said or done. The problem is Chicago and America don’t need to look at a painting, they need to look in a mirror.
Updated Jan 29, 2019 - 2:50:23 PM
Straight Words Tim Scott & Racist Republican DNA
South Carolina Republican Tim Scott made noise with a Washington Post op-ed pointing out the problem with fellow GOPer Steve King of Iowa using “offensive” buzz words, how Republicans pay for the use of such words and the need to cease using such words.
Updated Jan 18, 2019 - 9:08:27 PM
Editorials Discernment, misguided opinions and ending religious gangbanging
Pastor Jamal Bryant is a brilliant Black man, who grew a sizable congregation in Baltimore, before moving on to a new home at New Birth, a megachurch in Atlanta. He has a lot that he can teach people based on his knowledge, experience and spiritual gifts that he has been blessed with.
Updated Jan 9, 2019 - 7:19:30 AM