Prejudice vs Racism. Is there any difference? Not to me. It’s the same thing housed under different words, intended to make Blacks feel as low as they can go. But if you check the dictionaries, they will tell you there’s a difference, so for the sake of not mixing words, we want to explore the
Malcolm X’s family is asking for the reopening of his murder investigation after the deathbed confession of a former New York police officer who claims he, the NYPD and the FBI were involved in the assassination. The letter was released to the public on the anniversary of Malcolm X’s death. The letter, which was written
Texas Southern University (TSU), one of the nation’s largest HBCUs, is on a mission to address racial health inequities and recently received a 5-year, $8.63 million grant to establish the Center for Biomedical and Minority Health Research (CBMHR).
Our heroic approach has been to primarily concentrate on the heroes and heroines that have carried the torch. Truly, Martin, Malcom and Ms. Rosa Parks are towering figures, but there are tens of thousands of unknown and unsung titans that have changed the course of history.
There is an old proverb: “You can run but you can’t hide.” This spiritual quote is synonymous with Trump’s leadership behavior. Biden’s Presidential election brought Trump his day in court and legal accountability is finally in the developmental stages of the Grand Jury. Thank God from whom all blessings flow. Trump has been a life-long
We've all heard of Madame CJ Walker, who is famously thought to be the first Black female millionaire, but have you ever heard of Mary Ellen Pleasant? Her story is quite extraordinary and illustrates how a savvy Black cook, who was deemed "invisible" by whites, used financial tips she picked up while eavesdropping on wealthy White businessmen she served, lead her to become a multimillionaire.
By GEORGE SCOTT The Texas Republican Party which has basically ruled Texas for the past quarter-century has pre-dug its own political grave because of a combination of its failed leadership on key state issues including property tax, public education, and now the discovery of its abject failure to protect the health and safety of citizens
Hypocrisy at its finest: What a White man can get away with, a Black man would get lynched for half, and this “unspoken but well understood” rule of thumb is something that African Americans have been aware of for generations. And White people know it too, they just once pretended to ignore it, that is, until their “Proud Boy” criminal-in-chief Donald Trump became president of the United States of America. It’s been hell ever since.
Texas was brought to its knees this past week after a historic winter storm blew in, bringing temperatures the Lone Star State hasn’t seen in over the last 70 years. At one point, CenterPoint Energy, which serves the Houston area, was feverishly working to restore service to nearly 1.27 million people who were impacted by outages.
Not many people knew who Stacey E. Plaskett was before the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, but after the Congresswoman eloquently, but fiercely, laid out a case of Trump’s misdeeds, many wanted to get to know her better.