As President Barack Obama takes his final White House victory lap — six months until Election Day, eight months and some change until the inauguration of his successor — I find that like many others, I am already beginning to ...
Black folks are now so engulfed in presidential candidates, thinking once again that our salvation somehow lies within them.
Social change happens from both inside and outside.
More than 300 young men and women are able to pursue higher education, thanks to the more than $2 million in scholarships that the Greater Washington Urban League and our partners provide.
There's something special about the bond between a child and their mother.
We can't help but express our disappointment that Congress lacks the kind of diversity that reflects the rainbow coalition that is the United States of America.
Once again, two nights ago, liberal hypocrisy was on full display at the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner.
A rate increase is a rate increase. I've always heard that if it smells like a rat and it looks like a rat, it's a rat.
The Flint crisis has led to the exposure of leaded water and aged pipes in other communities in America. But it is clear that Flint paid the price of being poor and largely black.
Spoiler alert. This article contains what some readers may consider to be a discussion of a revolting subject. We are now legislating latrines.
It is especially fitting that Harriet Tubman graces the $20 bill, since she was an economic freedom fighter.
While the entertainment value is high, I am concerned about the negative imagery being projected about the character of Black Americans.
It was refreshing to read some positive news about the hospital.
By now, the accolades, remembrances and even the wild speculation has been absorbed. And, the reality is that the artist known as Prince Rogers Nelson is no more.
Day in and day out, men and women all over our country work hard at their jobs — but hardly have anything to show for it.