For all their dueling ideologies, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are two sides of the same coin.
This article is dedicated to Black folks who are willing to pay their blessings forward by helping others among us.
I have redrawn my analysis of the 2016 presidential election cycle to its final, apocalyptic conclusion. It's not pretty.
Despite periodic initiatives toward Black pride and defeating efforts to erase Blackness from the mainstream, the White supremacist bias always finds a way to raise its ugly head.
I think it is completely irresponsible for politicians to be going around making all these promises of relieving all student college debt, and college for free; that's just not going to happen.
We live under the threat of an environmental, economical and public health crisis — and it's only getting worse.
No one deserves to have their life taken away so senselessly, so suddenly. But in the case of Charnice Milton, her untimely death remains even more tragic because of the future that laid before her.
A summer job should have a positive impact on a young person's life. The concern this year, just as in past years, is making sure there is enough summer work for youths to do.
President Obama should use the occasion of visiting Hiroshima to once more recommit to eliminating nuclear arms, so that no one will ever again be victims of that evil.
At this time every year, there is always a flurry of well-deserved activity around the anniversary of Brother Malcolm's birth.
George Zimmerman should be ashamed of himself. Has modern society become sick and callous enough that we would endorse such an action?
Stay involved and do what it takes to show your children, your family and your community that all lives matter.
Baseball is the king of all sports to me, period.
This should come as no surprise to anyone: The political climate in Washington is not good. In fact, I would describe it as toxic, distrustful and unhealthy.
I was apprehensive when I learned that President Barack Obama would give the commencement speech at Howard University this year. I desperately wanted Obama to knock his speech out of the park. Guess what? He did.