By Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq. TriceEdneyWire.com Columnist I’m often amused by interviews aired on late-night TV questioning the average citizen’s knowledge of a particular
By Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith Guest Columnist There seem to be two groups of “religious” people: those who adhere to a theology which makes
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By Edmund W. Lewis Editor Eleven years ago, the Crescent City was hit with the greatest man-made disaster in U.S. history. More than 80 percent of the city was immersed in ... We need leaders, not pleaders
By James Clingman George Curry Media Columnist Yet another “shocking” report, “The Ever Growing Gap,” came out last week. It was featured in mainstream newspapers, small hometown newspapers, and ... Why Black lives matter
By Susan K. Smith George Curry Media Columnist A friend of mine was conducting a diversity class for a group of police officers, mostly white, in a northern Ohio city. All was ... Doing unto others
Famed Actor Wendell Pierce lost his family’s home in Hurricane Katrina, yet tragedy spurred him to social action. He dedicated much of the next decade to not only reconstructing ...
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