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Remembering the Million Man Match: Reflections on Memory and Mission
October 25, 2018
There is so much damage done to memory and mission in our lives and to our sense of self by large and small conces­sions to the constant call to let go and move on re­gardless of what is lost or left behind. We sacrifice so much in our rush to for­get, stay in style or keep in harmony with the official writers and rulers of so­ciety. However, whatever we are and will become, we must give appropriate attention to our history, in spite of all the counsel from outside to forget the past, worship the present and forfeit our future for things embraced and en­joyed now. ... read more »
21st Century Challenges Require New Mindsets and New Behavior
October 18, 2018
Demographic changes in California and throughout the nation are profoundly altering the political landscape. Not the least of such changes is the impact of the huge increase in the Latino population. Cleary, Latinos are already asserting their new found political strength. This threatens many African Americans, who rather than work to strengthen relations with Latinos, for mutual benefit, seem determined to cling to their own highly limited  past political and economic gains, real and imagined.  ... read more »
Church, Older Than Utah’s Statehood, Celebrates 130 Years
October 11, 2018
The church in the past has spoken against police killings of black men that have roiled the United States. ... read more »
Success On “The Way” Ask Dr. Jeanette-Racism: The “Scourge” of This Age
October 4, 2018
During The Kavanaugh hearings for Supreme Court Justice, I have heard commentators make’ derogatory remarks like “old White men.” It’s not isolated to people of color; it’ssymptomatic of a deeper diseased spiritual issue; at its source is endemic hatred, a characteristic seemingly more prevalent in our country. ... read more »
Success On “The Way”- Ask Dr. Jeanette: Racism vs. Love in the Boxing Ring Part 2
September 27, 2018
Racism was personified in my last article, pictured as an “entity” going about infecting the world population, to bring realism to what it is, how it operates and where it comes from. It’s like a “disorder” needing treatment, reigning in the “spiritual realm” and operates through the mind and actions. ... read more »
Race Has Always Mattered
September 20, 2018
   The institutionalization of racial difference codified white peoples’ refusal to grant Blacks such basic democratic rights as citizenship, access to the legal system and the right to vote. ... read more »
Success On “The Way”–Ask Dr. Jeanette Racism: Cloak of Deceit? Part I
September 20, 2018
Racism takes on new dimensions sprawling to new heights. Like “everything” is about race. It’s a dark cloak that rides the fastest steed, disguised, going to conquer the mind…an infectious plague elevated to “spiritual power, a “god, an idol” with those who ride the race for personal aggrandizement and power. ... read more »
San Bernardino Prosecutor Under Investigation For Offensive Comments About Maxine Waters, Michelle Obama
July 12, 2018
Over the weekend it was revealed that Michael Selyem, a gang prosecutor, made hateful comments about former first lady Michelle Obama and Rep. Maxine Waters. ... read more »
Beyond Selective Morality and Mourning: Radically Confronting Evil and Injustice Everywhere
June 28, 2018
Surely, we, as African people, are not without historical reference and the lived reality of the separation of our children and their parents. ... read more »
David G. Brown Editorial Cartoon
May 24, 2018
Race relations in the age of Trump, divided country, black vs white, calling police on black people ... read more / view cartoon »
Airbnb Owner Blames Her Black Guests’ ‘Lack of Good Nature’ as Reason for Her Neighbor Calling the Police
May 10, 2018
New video released by police Tuesday provides more details into the incident that caused three black people to consider a lawsuit over what they say was an excessive response to a racially motivated 911 call in Southern California. ... read more »
Mathew Knowles Latest Book Shines Light On Racism
March 1, 2018
Media mogul Mathew Knowles discussed his new book, Racism from the Eyes of a Child, with the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper.  Knowles, father of music superstars Beyoncé and Solange, ... read more »
Injustice Against Blacks Far Too Long Ignored
March 1, 2018
Black men, according to the Federal Bureau of Justice statistics, have nearly a one-third chance of being incarcerated at some point in their lives.  ... read more »
How Perry Wallace Integrated the SEC
February 15, 2018
Players like Vanderbilt standout Perry Wallace had to triumph over arduous racism while being the first African American to play in the Southeastern Conference. ... read more »
Racism in the Workplace and the Whitewashing of the #MeToo Movement
December 14, 2017
I’m not ever, ever, ever going to excuse sexual perfidy (and more) in the workplace, but I do wonder why we can wink, nod, and grin about racial workplace misbehavior while we stand our ground about gender. ... read more »
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