By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist Believe it or not, President Obama’s decision to finally stand up to Teapublicans – a Republican Party hijacked by
By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist Now that the GOP-manufactured economic crisis is over (for the several months, anyway), one might say the lesson for
By Edmund W. Lewis Editor Have you ever wondered what privilege looks, smells and tastes like? I don’t. After all, I see it every day on the streets of New Orleans. An Open Letter to Archbishop Gregory Aymond: Stand up to racism
Standing up to racism, front page, Clarion Herald by Peter Finney, Jr. September 14, 2013. Thanks for giving several examples to inspire us to speak out when ever ... A slave to slavery comparisons
By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist The brilliant surgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson is out of order and out of control when he compares the Affordable Care Act to slavery. As a physician, he ... Un-Civil War rages on
By Edmund W. Lewis Editor This just in: The levee that have held back pure, unadulterated racial animus and shameless chicanery and ruthlessness has broken and is threatening to overtake the entire ... Why flipping classrooms is ‘flipping ridiculous’
By Matt Amaral New America Media Guest Columnist I took my 9th grade English class to the Tech Lab last week to type up Autobiographical Narratives. In today’s world of computers ... The financial risk of Charity Hospital ‘privatization’
The reason advanced by the Jindal Administration for privatizing Louisiana’s charity hospitals is that a private hospital like Lafayette General or Ochsner, for example, can manage a hospital more efficiently, ... Moving your green into Black banks
By William Reed NNPA Columnist “If you are just able to give a nickel, let us put it up for you to help buy food, clothing and shelter; and start farming ... Miscalculating multiculturalism in U.S.
By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist Given the political gridlock in Washington that’s pushed the country to the brink of economic calamity and caused needless distress to millions, one might think America ...
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