As the 2014 election unfolds, I fear White voters are poised to make choices at the polls that are certainly not in my best interest, that pose a danger for the entire world, and that ultimately are not even in ...
All across the nation, black is popular once again, all because it's voting time.
Although Latinos are growing at a faster rate than any other ethnic group in the United States, they will have less of an impact on whether Democrats retain control of the Senate than African-Americans, according to a study of Census ...
The U.S. Supreme Court earlier this month let stand the state of Texas' latest attempt to use the old tactics of the Jim Crow era and rig state and national elections in favor of the Republican Party by denying black ...
With opportunity gaps widening for poor children and children of color, new guidance from the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Education offers new hope and protection from discrimination.
With all the political, national security and disease news recently flooding the airways, you may have recently missed one of the most important American speeches from one of the world’s most powerful economic leaders.
It's no secret that Howard University is in the financial struggle of its life.
Voters hoping to read the tea leaves of the midterm elections Senate race should be confused.
I would like to congratulate The Washington Informer on its 50th Anniversary. I have lived in Southeast Washington for most of my life and have been a loyal reader of your paper since its beginning.
The most expensive campaigns in our history will flood the airwaves with ads trying to discredit opponents and blur these distinctions. But voters should not be fooled.
Parents truly do know best. When it comes to a child's needs, goals and their learning style, a parent is the one who knows exactly what it takes for a child to be successful.
Now that the election is near, get ready for blaming-the-Black-president-on-steroids season.
As Ebola tries to gain a solid foothold in the U.S. and the public's nerves get increasingly frazzled, the missteps by federal officials only add to that anxiety.
Members of the Prince George's County school board are under scrutiny for their spending habits as they relate to the use of county-issued credit cards.
Each week, The Informer has served as the metaphorical mirror, window, looking glass, microscope, magnifying glass, and telescopic view of the African-American community in Metropolitan Washington, D.C.