When it rains, it pours — at least that's the deluge Abyssinian Development Corporation is experiencing nowadays.
The purpose of this column is to show how some of us get out of domestic violence successfully while others simply snap.
This column is written to encourage those of you who are going through some hard times right now.
The 20th anniversary of the Million Man March is fast approaching.
Warrick Dunn has changed lives, including his own.
The 14-year-old Muslim boy who was arrested after bringing a homemade clock to MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, has withdrawn from classes there.
Pope Francis's highly anticipated visit to D.C. has arrived and more than 1 million people are expected to descend upon the region for related events scheduled to run through Thursday afternoon.
Pope Francis's visit to the nation's capital is just days away, and the city government has launched a website to serve as a one-stop shop for information.
Thirty-one years ago, the National Congress of Black Women was organized by Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm and the Honorable Dr. C. Delores Tucker at a time when women were not represented well in the political process.
When Pope Francis arrives in the District on Tuesday, Sept. 22, he will touch down in a nation's capital that has the most diverse Catholic community with no racial or ethnic group making up a majority of the faith's population.
Founded in Atlanta, The White Dress Project will host a Congressional Black Caucus reception this year here in Washington to galvanize support and promote national awareness about the fibroid epidemic.
Stop trying to figure things out, follow His lead and allow the Heavenly Father to do the rest.
When Barack Obama won election in 2008 and a second term four years later, it was a watershed moment in race relations in the United States. At least that was the hope of many residents, particularly those in the African-American ...
Have you looked back on memorable days in your life? You'll cherish those thoughts for a lifetime. Such a day happened for me recently.
Baking one's bread in the oven of another means forgiving first, before the offense has opportunity to "rise" and become the bitter bread of unkind words and hurtful actions.