That sickening, sinking feeling has crawled into our guts yet again.
We in the Black community wonder when it will ever stop.
We thought we were beyond this when 15-year-old teenage Latasha Harlins was murdered over a bottle of orange juice by a Korean merchant in 1991. ... read more »
Civil rights, religious and local community groups are being forced once again to the front lines to protect low income and poor families as another attempt has been launched to tax and ban plastic grocery bags in California. ... read more »
There is a fresh and exciting phenomenon swirling throughout America today. It is a phenomenon called Barack Obama, an African American whose action, oratory and vision is showing Americans everywhere that intelligence, ... read more »
Since being elected in 2001 the matter of serious, violent crime has been the greatest challenge. As the Councilwoman for the Ninth District, I have used every tool available to me to seek a far better outcome for our community. ... read more »
Recently, the Georgia Supreme Court intervened in the case of Genarlow Wilson, a twenty-one year old Georgia honor student who was sentenced to eleven years in prison—even though he didn’t even commit a felony. ... read more »