Saddened by death of Julian Bond

The news that Julian Bond passed away at 75 saddened me deeply. America has lost a true and still vital champion for justice. President Obama,...

HBCUs are going where the Black Church can’t

Several Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have quietly changed admissions policies to better reflect diversity in...

American-style protests raging in Iran

Iran is more like America than most Americans, including President Donald J. Trump, realize. I was among far too few Western commentators who hailed Iranians...

No more Black celebrity charter school crooks

Celebrities they say, are people who are famous for being well known. Entrepreneurs, in popular lore, are those with a talent for detecting opportunities...

Left’s ‘death party’ rhetoric may get someone killed

Notwithstanding the recent assassination attempt against Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., and other Republican members of Congress, the vile, hateful, and violence-inciting rhetoric of Democrats...

Farewell to another Pan-African warrior

Earl Grant, 89, a courageous and committed Pan-African warrior, died of what his doctors labeled heart failure...

Justice, reparations on the ballot in St. Petersburg

ROB SEIMETZ GUEST COMMENTARY On July 18 during the St. Petersburg mayoral debate, mayoral candidate, Paul Congemi said something that proved what a White nationalist a--hole...

Nissan is a ‘Miracle in Mississippi’

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is at it again. The UAW was once the fighter for workers’ rights and decent pay. That has become...

40 reasons Blacks and the poor are incarcerated

BILL QUIGLEY GUEST COMMENTATOR Editor’s note: This is Part 4. Other reasons will be listed in upcoming weeks. 18. Those who are too poor, too mentally ill...

There was more to Prince than met the eye

PE COBB GUEST COMMENTARY Another musical giant has left us far too soon. Looking back at the wonderful artistry of Prince allows music fans to reflect...

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