The significance of the 1619 Project

Last month, the New York Times unveiled “The 1619 Project,” a journalistic series in the Sunday magazine...

Black community always suffers during hurricanes

In the fall of 2004, I was just entering the sixth grade at Silver Sands Middle School....

Despite progress, disparities persist in Ferguson

Five years ago, a Ferguson, Missouri police officer shot and killed unarmed Black teen Michael Brown, bringing...

Moral revival – Will you answer the call?

I cannot overstate my tremendous admiration for Rev. William Barber. Our connection goes back to North Carolina...

Shakyri Willis and ending police brutality

From the beginning of this modern era, non-White people have been targeted through gang wars, drugs, disease,...

Celebrating Shirley Chisholm

It’s been 50 years since Shirley Chisholm was elected to the U.S. Congress and took Washington, D.C.,...

The back-to-school blues

Back-to-school season has officially kicked off. Students in their new uniforms, shoes and backpacks crowd the hallways...

Hungry for sanity? No more Trump

Have you ever been hungry? Not the missed-a-meal, wanna overeat hungry, but stomach-churning, bread-stealing hungry. Not the...

Democrats’ political gifts to No. 45

After watching and reading about the highlights of the Democratic Party ‘debates’ I am convinced that the...

Morrison’s death affects racial justice community

Oppressive language does more than represent violence; it is violence. It does more than represent the limits of knowledge; it limits knowledge....

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