There is one building in Washington which deserved and received rock-star treatment even before the day it officially opened: The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, or NMAAHC.
As we wait for the public grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday, I am reminded of how significant and life-changing black philanthropy can be.
The countdown to the most important election in our lifetime has begun.
Too often many of us find excuses for not doing the things that are necessary to achieve our economic independence, instead of looking for reasons why we should.
Reading Ron Nixon's "Selling Apartheid: South Africa's Global Propaganda War" was like reading a good mystery. It was describing a world and a process about which few of us were aware.
Are you ready to vote? Are you registered? These may seem like simplistic questions, especially for those who are aware, but every year some folks are denied access to the polls because they didn't register on time, or they moved ...
Metro is broken and cannot be fixed, period!
For the young folks at American University and those at other colleges and universities across this great nation, just remember that while the times may change, intractable attitudes do not – at least not without struggle and sacrifice and a ...
It's difficult to comprehend why our black brothers and sisters continue to kill other brothers and sisters.
Have you registered to vote? Have you studied the candidates up and down the ballot? Are you prepared to exercise your civic duty?
This is our time, our moment, our chance to clarify our goals, our desires, and our needs as African-Americans with the election for the next president of the United States just a few months away.
This unique high school which focuses on boys of color who far too often find greater success as inmates than as high school graduates and college-bound students should be allowed to achieve its goals for its students.
With all of the District's new glitz and glamour, the lights still need to be focused on those who have fallen and need a hand up.
Your Congressional Black Caucus Foundation 46th Annual Legislative Conference insert in the Sept. 8, 2016, edition is very, very impressive.
Calling Trump followers rednecks and hillbillies is OK by me; referring to them as "deplorables," not so much.