What occurred on January 6th in Washington is a clear indicator that the almost perfect democratic system Whites designed failed them, because too many Whites cannot live by the Godly-tenets or the words that come from their own mouths.
But one thing is for certain, a truly powerful person can start or change a movement and can make history along the way. And when "power" is wrapped up in a beautiful Black package -- it makes it even better.
The solar energy industry is experiencing massive growth but is facing a severe shortage of skilled solar professionals. Lone Star College and RigUp have announced a partnership to provide free training for students interested in joining the growing renewable energy industry.
God hates racism, because God hates sin. Racism is a fool-hearty idea that results in foolish actions, because “Fools make a mock at sin: but among the righteous there is favour.”
A Grand Ole Party led by the ex- President have forgotten that they swore allegiance to a constitution and not a reality TV star turned politician. Trump has decided to trash the country by sabotaging key institutions such as defense, immigration and civil rights and leaving a path of destruction for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, the esteemed religious leader who advised both President Barack Obama and President George W. Bush, will serve time in prison for his part in bilking millions of dollars out of unsuspecting people in an investment scheme.
For one African American family in Houston, education plays a monumental role in their lives and in the lives of their children. Rev. Edwin A. Davis, Ed.D. and Charlotte J. Davis, Ph.D. have both had their own personal educational journeys.
What did Malcolm X famously say? "Being an old farm boy myself, chickens coming home to roost never made me sad; they only made me glad." President Donald Trump is the first and only president in US history to be impeached twice. And he did it to himself.
Originally published under the headline “The Negro Is Your Brother,” this letter became a landmark document of the Civil Rights Movement.
One of the brothers said, “Every time that I think of slavery and if it done the race any good, I think of the story of the coon and the dog who met.