Monday, August 10, 2020

It’s time for a review

One of my most important teaching activities was time spent in review with my classes. My classroom experiences taught me that in every unit of...

Republicans win a tiny, petty victory

After months of “repeal and replace” rhetoric, Congress has finally passed a pitiful little bill designed to eliminate the Affordable Care Act. To watch Republicans...

50 years of Black mayors

Today, the sight of a Black mayor is unlikely to turn any heads or draw attention. But in 1967 – during the continuing turmoil of...

Yes, we are Americans, too

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria have had dreadful impact upon millions. There are those, like No. 45, who believe that there has been an...

‘Tis the season to remain ‘woke’

Without any fear of exaggeration, it can be said, and has been – repeatedly – that the final result of the 2016 presidential election...

Black (immigrant) Lives Matter

We are long overdue for a discussion about immigration as it relates to Black immigrants, especially as the Trump administration clamors to end legal...

Broadway Theaters Educate announces upcoming season

Chauncey Dunham and Gary Johnson are the creators of a company that exposes students to Broadway.

Cherry shares Black media impact and challenges during library event

Charles W. Cherry II explored the landscape of “The Black-Owned Media in the 21st Century’’ during a Black History...

Changing the world, one community at a time

Nonprofits are the silent heroes of our community – those who sacrifice their own lives, family time...

Donald Trump was not exonerated

House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler conducted a very fair, disciplined and level hearing with Special Counsel...