For all their dueling ideologies, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are two sides of the same coin.
I was apprehensive when I learned that President Barack Obama would give the commencement speech at Howard University this year. I desperately wanted Obama to knock his speech out of the park. Guess what? He did.
Social change happens from both inside and outside.
It is especially fitting that Harriet Tubman graces the $20 bill, since she was an economic freedom fighter.
Aug. 1 is Equal Pay Day for African-American women. We work harder, longer, and for less remuneration than other women do. What are we going to do about it?
Republicans keep saying they want to reach out to people of color, but ignoring Black people suggests that they are thinking about us as much as George Bush did in 2005.
In this Women's History Month, it makes sense to reflect on women and the peace movement, and especially on the African-American women who have been peace activists and have played a significant role in this movement.
African-Americans need to wake up and smell the coffee. We should not expect any candidate to feel our pain or to "get" race.
While our colleges teach some educational fundamentals, they ought also be encouraged to teach entrepreneurship.
Should the issue of addiction be treated more compassionately and humanely now that it has hit suburbia USA?