Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Out of the Ohio Kidnapping Comes a Real American Hero

For roughly a decade, Three young women were held captive against their will in 52-year-old Ariel Castro’s basement in Ohio. It took a young woman’s courage and a friendly neighbor’s concern to finally get them free.
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The U.S. Needs A Female Leader, Just Not Hillary Clinton

NEW YORK, U.S.A.--For all its bloating of equal rights and gender equality, the United States of America has never had a female leader of...

Milwaukee’s Bad Treatment Of Black People

With racial demographics in the US changing fast, some city officials are ramping up their unlawful treatment of African Americans. It is certainly widespread...

BernVictims’ Eulogy For A Dying Revolution

PORTSMOUTH, New Hampshire, US — Not long ago, millions of US residents felt the Bern that was Bernie Sanders. Months earlier, Sanders was a...

Wealth Gap Deters Black Business Owners

With black wealth levels just 1/11th of white wealth levels, black entrepreneurs in the U.S. face substantial disparities in financial capital at the onset of starting a business.
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Donald Trump, Republicans, and the Elusive Black Vote

Before last night’s U.S. presidential debate, it appeared that Donald Trump had what seemed to be a relatively easy task to win the U.S....

Bomb Details in Boston Marathon Attack

Two bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon yesterday. Police have updates on the explosive devices used and the number of victims harmed in the attack.

Kim Davis, White Culture, And Lawlessness

GRAYSON, Kentucky, U.S. -- Kim Davis, the clerk in Kentucky's Rowan County, has repeatedly defied the Federal U.S. Supreme Court. Earlier this year, the...

US Federal Government Is Racist, Still

US, Oklahoma - In March 1941, US President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, received a letter from a desperate African American mother. Her son had been...

President Barack Obama Delivers Inspirational Morehouse College Commencement Address

Barack Obama delivered the Commencement Address at Morehouse College on Sunday, May 19. Covering manhood, family, and social responsibility, his talk urged Morehouse men to consider how they could use their degrees to improve their communities and not just themselves.