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More Than Black Girl Magic
August 31, 2016
I realize Olympic medals are evidence of hard work, perseverance and incredible self-discipline, not magic, but for those of us in the audience the results felt magical. ... read more »
Support the Freedom-Fighting Legacy of George E. Curry
August 31, 2016
George Curry was our beloved Editor-In-Chief of the NNPA News Wire Service and after decades of outstanding contributions and service to the Black Press in America, George evolved to be admired as the “Dean of Black Press Columnists.” ... read more »
Creating Equity in Opportunities for our Community
August 31, 2016
This ordinance would provide us with important community benefits – funding for homelessness, public safety programs, youth programs, parks and much more ... read more »
Re-Reading and Reflecting on James Baldwin: Rethinking Race and America
August 31, 2016
The last time I saw James Baldwin was at a memorial colloquium on Hoyt Fuller at Cornell University in 1984 at which we were both presenting. ... read more »
SPINNING DUAL REALITIES: BLACKS, LATINOS AND IMMIGRATION
August 30, 2016
When it comes to immigration, the proverbial glass is half-empty or half-full ... read more »
BILL CLINTON’S PRIORITIES AND HILLARY’S
August 30, 2016
President Clinton’s budget for fiscal 1995 reportedly attempted to balance the goals of deficit reduction and expanding social policy ... read more »
SETTING THE PEOPLE’S AGENDA: GARY INDIANA 2016
August 30, 2016
Organizations, key individuals and the interested folks from across the country have been invited to attend and participate ... read more »
Kinds and Colors of Loss and Grief: Problems of Unity Without Justice
August 30, 2016
Indeed, ours is a righteous and relentless struggle whose battlefronts and battle lines are everywhere ... read more »
Police, Oppression and Trauma: Learning to Live and Resist in America
August 30, 2016
Indeed, we must find ourselves standing at the crossroads ever and again with Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass and all our other ancestors so positioned ... read more »
Muhammad Ali in Context: Resisting the Erasure and Diminishing of Blackness
August 30, 2016
We need to stop doing what no other people feel compelled or justified in doing, whether Gentile or Jew, Japanese, Chinese, French or German or others ... read more »
TOWARDS REAL ACCOUNTABILITY
August 30, 2016
Accountability is now a buzz word throughout the country ... read more »
Halifu, Breaker of the Unjust Law: Righteous Rebellion and Institution-Building
August 30, 2016
This is a legacy of righteous resistance and institution-building; and how can we best honor it, except by living it and leaving it larger? ... read more »
Gleaning Marcus Garvey’s Lessons in Struggle: Questioning, Organizing and Liberating Ourselves
August 30, 2016
Garvey says that the first need is for men and women committed to and ready for the demands of history and struggle ... read more »
BLACK-LATINO RELATIONS NEGLECTED
August 24, 2016
Black-Latino relations have always been a mixed bag, mostly cooperative, but highly contentious at times ... read more »
Better Mental Health
August 24, 2016
“When policy-makers say that someone has fallen through the cracks, we attempt to explain a situation as something that we cannot control. As an elected representative, it is my responsibility to identify those cracks, and propose responsible solutions to repair those cracks and ensure that they do not splinter again. ... read more »
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