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New Air Standards Could Disproportionately Affect Urban Communities
June 15, 2015
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMENTARY By Hazel Trice Edney As President Obama moves to implement policies that his administration says will reduce smog levels, he is facing a backlash in the urban and largely Black communities that are at the core of his political base and key to the Democratic Party’s success in next year’s elections. ... read more »
Tasting a “Taste of Soul”
November 6, 2014
Black Americans are blessed, not cursed. I say that because it is true and verifiable. As a people we are blessed with intellectual genius, creativity, ingenuity and a vast multitalented reservoir of human resources, ... read more »
The Foreclosure Crisis Economic Violence Shatters the ‘Dream’ for Millions
October 9, 2014
Martin Luther King III    Last year, my family and I were honored to join millions around the world in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the landmark “March on Washington.” ... read more »
Our Environment and Our Economy
January 9, 2014
With the adoption of AB 32, the state’s Global Warming Solution Act, California confirmed its role as a leader in addressing the challenges of climate change.   ... read more »
Gay Marriage
April 5, 2013
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State of Emergency For Black Youth and Education?
March 12, 2013
State of Emergency For Black Youth and Education? By Rep.Karen Bass Special to the Sentinel   We need to declare a state of emergency regarding African American education in Los Angeles if a recent report from an education non-profit advocacy group is correct.  ... read more »
Wilmington Ten Pardons: Black Press at its Best
January 11, 2013
“I wish to congratulate Mary Alice Thatch, publisher of the Wilimington Journal who led the way and propelled the effort to enlist myself and my colleague Dorothy Leavell, ... read more »
How Social Are You?
December 27, 2012
How Social Are You? Cheryl Pearson-McNeil   Channel surfing over the weekend, I stopped on a favorite old romantic comedy that was centered on a relationship that blossomed over emails.  ... read more »
Give Thanks, Pray For Peace at Home…and Around the World
November 21, 2012
Wellington’s Road As we gather for the holidays—wars wage in our families, outside our homes and in other countries. The Israel and Palestinian conflict have many all over the world bothered as the war escalates between the two factions. ... read more »
The Potluck Party
November 20, 2012
Wellington’s Road Hey! You are cordially invited to join decline an exclusive club that’s always in style, politically correct and sure to make the most of any situation.  ... read more »
Whatever You Choose To Do…Make Sure It’s YOUR Choice
October 11, 2012
Wellington’s Road Vote! Vote! Vote! It’s the word of the day ringing in everybody’s ear. The emphasis is that there is so much more at stake this time around than any other time. ... read more »
Escaped with Their Lives
October 11, 2012
Recently I wrote an article titled “I Went Missing” which was an exploratory on how the expression entered the American lexicon, and how it diminishes the effect of the verb “went.” ... read more »
Are you at the table or on the Menu?
September 12, 2012
Jerome Horton President Obama vs. Mitt Romney -Tax Avoidance or Tax Planning While it is certainly not illegal or even wrong for the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife to use sophisticated estate planning techniques to minimize taxes to retain and amass tremendous wealth, ... read more »
The Importance of Putting Obama’s Words in Context
August 29, 2012
To say the least, Barack Obama is not a man who is inclined to speak often or passionately on the topic of race. His comments on the subject, ... read more »
Auto Safety for Our Children Must Know No Restraint
August 28, 2012
“If I only knew.”   The words of an anguished mother involved in a car crash in which her young child died haunt us, but also inspire us each day as we work to help make sure that every person – regardless of age – is safe on the road.   ... read more »
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