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MUHAMMAD: Hillary and Bernie — The Dream Ticket

In the same way Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has made a more honest candidate out of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the nation would benefit if Sanders served as the vice president in Clinton White House.

MALVEAUX: Where is This Generation's Madame C.J. Walker?

While our colleges teach some educational fundamentals, they ought also be encouraged to teach entrepreneurship.

E. FAYE WILLIAMS: Equal Rights Amendment a Necessity

A few days ago, we saw our U.S. Supreme Court in action. Even if you only saw snippets of Whole Woman's Health v Hellerstedt, a Texas case that threatens to take away a woman's right to choose what to do ...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Black History Reminds Us of Sacrifices Made

Your story about the life of Frank Smith is both informative and inspiring.

EDITORIAL: Celebrating the Women of Our Lives and Our World

Measuring the importance of women can be likened to walking across the Atlantic or, for that matter, any ocean. It can't be done, at least not sufficiently.

JESSE JACKSON: GOP Stopped Being 'Party of Lincoln' Long Before Trump

Today's Republican Party is no longer the party of Lincoln. It is the party of Jefferson Davis, the Southern-based, increasingly white party of states' rights and racial division.

CRAIG: International Education Comes to Ward 5

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the introduction of public charter schools in the District of Columbia, which now educate 44 percent of all D.C. public school children.

MUHAMMAD: Factor in Farrakhan

In the 20 years since the Million Man March and especially in the eight years since a Black man was elected president, Minister Louis Farrakhan has again been placed on a back burner. But be sure to factor in Farrakhan. ...

CLINGMAN: Steer Clear of Political Silly Season

The "silly season" of the 2016 presidential race is well underway, and Black people are up to our necks in it.

FLETCHER: Why Aren't We Discussing Voter Suppression in Election Year?

There are many peculiar things about the 2016 election cycle, but one of them is what is not being discussed.

MARYLAND: Diversity Among Doctors Drives Trust in Health Care

All of us must take a hard look at the barriers that prevent African-Americans from achieving health equity and commit to an effort to reclaim Black health and wellness.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Trayvon Martin Deserves Justice

With all of the other news of national election campaigns, the immigrant crisis all over the world and mass murders in various locations around this country, the sad story of Trayvon Martin has fallen into the "almost forgotten" pile. We ...

EDITORIAL: It's Not Trump That Worries Us, It's His Supporters

Donald Trump says he will make America great once more. For whom?

JESSE JACKSON: Mexico Is Our Neighbor, Not the Enemy

American workers have every reason to be angry about an economy that is rigged to work against them and a politics that is corrupted by big money. But our Mexican neighbors didn't do that, and building a wall won't change ...

MUHAMMAD: Trump Nation, Trump GOP, Trump D.C.

It now looks as if Donald J. Trump is the overwhelming favorite to win the 2016 Republican nomination to be president of the United States. And while I still think some GOP adults will step in to prevent the clownish ...