LeBron James is the only one to whom I would consider giving up my position as my children's hero, and would not feel any disappointment for it.
We cannot be consumed by bigotry and violence. It's way past time to disarm hate.
We are quite familiar with famous Black men who were killed by assassins, but there are others who have died in that same manner and for similar reasons who are not celebrated, not remembered, and not memorialized.
Hundreds of newspapers have disappeared in the last 15 years and readership is on the decline. No newspaper is immune from the migration of readership to online platforms, dwindling ad revenues, fragmented audiences and even reduced attention spans.
The freed slaves never got a chance for any such "Blexit"-type vote. I think it's high time Black folks got a chance to choose.
It seems like acts of violence have become so commonplace in the world, that we've almost grown apathetic to its effect — almost.
Dorothy Fauntroy, the wife of longtime pastor and former Congressman Walter Fauntroy, once shared with The Washington Informer that while concerned over her husband's whereabouts and health following an extended absence to parts unknown, she remained prayerful. And on Monday, ...
There's been very little conversation or news coverage but world health officials are concerned about an outbreak of yellow fever in the African country of Angola that has the potential of becoming a global crisis.
There is a clear warning here for Hillary Clinton. She is the candidate of the status quo at a time when people are looking for change.
In the pursuit of higher wages and better benefits for full-time workers we ought not ignore those looking for flexible employment opportunities that meet their own specific needs.
We begin by being totally dependent on others — normally our parents. However, as the days become months and years, we learn more about ourselves and discover the world in a new light.
I am convinced that if Black people are not careful and don't guard our dreams, we will wake up one day and discover that our most precious hopes and ambitions have been gentrified, stolen from our pillows while we slept ...
Just who are we trying to convince that Black lives matter, other than politicians? And if Black lives matter, how much do they matter, how much are they worth?
How can inaction continue to be an option in the face of senselessness and intolerance fueled by guns? We must act to save our country's soul and the lives of our people — all of our people.
The digital divide is real. Millions of brilliant, creative thinkers are still left behind, because they don't have affordable access to the Internet. So what can we do to change this paradigm?