In the sparse, musty hallway of a substance abuse center, a seedy couple point to a jar stuffed with pills. And tell the patients they will do whatever it takes to keep them high and dependent on drugs. Such is the cruelty of King Opioid and his associate Queen Addiction, two hooligans hell-bent on keeping Read More…
By Lucius Gantt I try to respect all religions. I don’t tell people when or what they should believe in or how they should worship. However, in my mind, it is obvious that you can’t serve two different Masters!
From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime: The Making of Mass Incarceration in America Elizabeth Hinton’s richly researched new book barrels toward one chilling conclusion: beginning as early as the Johnson administration, federal authorities-regardless of political affiliation-
by Morsheborlatin Zonta Varbon-Fait Accompli This is the hardest article to have put in words. The words were filtrated, articulated, matriculated, infiltrated, only to deviate as we enter the caverns and caves away from the norm of what we call proper journalism.
Maxine Waters and the Truth About White Obsession With Black Intelligence On July 19, 2018, a large crowd of Black people gathered at the south central Los Angeles office of Congresswoman Maxine Waters to confront the Oath Keepers, a white supremacist organization that had planned an anti-Waters rally there. The Oath Keepers failed to
Now Is the Time for For Black Youth To Carry On… By Jeffrey L. Boney (NNPA Newswire Political Analyst) Without being given much direction, Black youth have seemingly taken matters into their own hands, relative to their future here in America, by strategizing, organizing and mobilizing.
It was 1918. Lynching ran rampant throughout the South. Gov. Sidney Johnston Catts took office after a campaign promising to rid Florida of Jews and Catholics. Blacks were too numerous to rid of, so he stopped funding their schools.