Saturday, February 27, 2021
These are stressful days for Am-ericans. The time of year. The times. Nothing new. There always have been issues that plagued better intentions of our society, but somehow the challenges seem to be magnified by omnipresence of media - with all the sources and platforms available to access information –...
During the 2000 Presidential Election, President George W. Bush made a written pledge to the National Black Chamber of Commerce® (NBCC). He claimed that he would focus on the doors leading to increased capital access for minority businesses. To our astonishment, he delivered on that pledge while Candidate Al...
One of the critical demands of the Reparations Movement is the release of African in America political prisoners. The issue of African in America political prisoners often gets swept aside in our demands in the Reparations Movement. This should not be. There are many sisters and brothers who have...

Acts of Terrorism

I am among the tens of millions who had to be peeled away from their television set on Friday, November 13 and in the days after ISIS terrorists randomly massacred at least 130 people and wounded hundreds more in Paris. Then, there was the nearly 30 people executed at...
It appears that every time Donald Trump unleashes another vile, racist or hateful diatribe, the more his support grows among his Republican base. “Just in the past few days, Mr. Trump has repeated the lie that President Obama intends to admit 200,000 Syrian refugees; the correct number is 10,000....
This nation has transformed African Americans into their battered and abused spouse. No matter how frequently the assaults or how brutal their nature, in more somber aftermath the attackers feign contrition vowing never, ever to do it again. And like two companions desperate for love and acceptance – Blacks...