Donald Trump has often said he wants our country to return to the "good old days." For me and those who look like me, his dream is our nightmare.
The United States is on the brink of implosion, not so unlike 160 years ago when the righteous cause of abolishing slavery was at issue.
On every visible level this week, casino operator Donald J. Trump looks less and less like he will be elected the 45th president of the United States.
Get over it, white people. You'll never again have it like you had it with the rest of the world's people.
Last weekend I traveled back to Detroit, the city where I was born and raised. After leaving Michigan almost 30 years ago, I have occasionally returned but rarely with any sense of joy or excitement. This time, however, was different.
So there is one debate I'm looking forward to seeing this presidential season, but it probably can't happen until after the election of President Donald J. Trump. And that is The Donald's encounter with Muslim leader Louis Farrakhan.
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.
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 ...
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.
Calling Trump followers rednecks and hillbillies is OK by me; referring to them as "deplorables," not so much.
For those who believe GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's appearance at Detroit's predominantly black Great Faith Ministries International church was anything other than a fancy dog-and-pony-show aimed at softening his image with white conservatives uncomfortable with a candidate endorsed by ...
I'm finding it difficult to understand Mark Burns — a Black pastor — and how he can continue to suggest that we should trust him and his confidante, Donald Trump.
I show solidarity with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Stand strong, young champion.
President Obama: you must pardon Marcus Mosiah Garvey. It is the right thing to do.
Once again the Republican candidate for president of the United States has spoken before thinking.