Black Americans are into politics, but only at the retail level as "consumers."
After decades of being overlooked by the media, Native Americans are now being cast into the national spotlight for the wrong reason.
Washington, D.C., has always been a mecca for Blacks. But the nation's capital has always had a complicated past and ideals that ran on parallel tracks.
How can Blacks gain economic parity in America? The answer is so simple that no one ever suggests reparations as a remedy for what ails Blacks.
For Black descendants of slaves to get their just due in America, it would require an act of Congress.
As the 2016 presidential election approaches media speculation, propaganda, and misinformation spikes.
Instead of calling for additional Black voter registration efforts and "social change," Black voters should consider that we have the clout to hasten our own changes through reparations we gained for slavery — compensatory payments for the descendants of those who found themselves enslaved by the Atlantic Slave Trade.
Would you ever allow Charles Koch to mentor your children?
The state of Black America only goes as far as the state of Blacks' politics. Blacks' status and politics have remained static for 40 years.
Despite America's so-called, "even-handedness in the Middle East," some Blacks are beginning to see events unfold through the eyes of the poor Palestinians and are appalled.