In a column this week, National Newspaper Publishers Association President and CEO Dr. Ben Chavis authoritatively explained why Black-owned newspapers matter.
Republican Donald J. Trump never held or ran for public office before his foray into the 2016 presidential contest — not even for town dogcatcher, a position that suits his temperament.
This summer, I was fortunate to attend the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. As a lifelong Democrat, Philadelphia marked my seventh convention. However, Cleveland was my first time attending a Republican National Convention.
I don't know whether you have been following this, but there is a very disturbing trend that has been underway. Women in cyberspace are under attack.
Race relations in America are best understood not by documenting attitudes that recite a familiar script, but by focusing on the lines that are omitted from the script.
Chicago is one of America's greatest cities. Yet many of its residents live in terror in what is virtually a war zone.
In order to continue to overcome racial inequality and injustice, we have to emphasize the importance of nurturing and mentoring the rise of a new generation of freedom-fighting journalists, publishers and African-American owners of newspapers and media companies.
African-Americans came out in record numbers to help elect President Barack Obama to two consecutive terms, but unfortunately all we got was the first black president, that's all.
We wholeheartedly agree that most of these students will do well by getting back into the classroom now, so long as they are met by enthusiastic educators that are ready and prepared to deliver quality instruction with the resources they ...
More than fifty years later, many of the surviving children of the Birmingham church bombing have not gotten over the trauma.
Love God and love your neighbor. In this context, love is a verb. Do enough so that the Jesus in you meets the Jesus in me.
Our leaders tell us — again — that black folks have the "power" to sway the election in either direction. The question is: If we have that kind of power, why aren't we using it to get a few concessions ...
I detect a careless feeling in the air that a lot of folks think they can just viciously attack Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for all manner of sins, both real and imagined.
It concerns us deeply to hear those who say they will not vote in the upcoming general election in November due to their dissatisfaction with the candidates.
Some are saying they may just stay home, throw caution to the wind and forget about voting this time around. But that's something we can ill afford to do. Every vote matters.