Our stories, our truth – ‘Loving’

In my first year of law school, I learned about the case of Loving v. Virginia. Having grown up in the South, the case...

Ohio bus tour encourages voting

When overall Black voting rates reached parity with White rates in 2012, many state lawmakers wasted no time passing new discriminatory voter suppression restrictions...

What Obama can do to help Blacks as his term ends

The countdown to President Obama’s last one hundred days began on October 13. Already, the president has committed to spending his waning days in...

Black families still denied access to home loans

In recent weeks, a spate of news coverage has referred to America’s “inner cities.” Some may even interpret it as a new code word...

We must fight efforts to suppress Black votes

In all democracies, the right to vote is fundamental to the legitimacy of an elected government chosen by the participatory action and will of...

Exercise your right: Go vote!

In less than a month, the nation will conclude what is likely to be remembered as one of the most contentious presidential campaigns in...

The Jim Crow segment of professional sports, Part 2

Professional sports revolutionized our local economies.  Some of our basketball and football stars would evolve into corporate and political leaders and successful entrepreneurs. All of...

In America, ‘What’s Going On?’

Every woman and every Black person in this country must be asking, in the words of the Marvin Gaye song, “What’s Going On?” Forty-three times,...

The Jim Crow segment of professional sports, Part I

A few years ago, I was in a waiting room at a French government office.  One of the French employees was watching a professional...

Black women will decide the next president

WYLECIA WIGGS HARRIS TRICE EDNEY NEWS WIRE In 2012, women overall had a higher voting rate (64 percent) than men (60 percent), according to the U.S....

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