Dr. Virgil A. Wood: Civil Rights Giant Still On the Battlefield

Looking at the nightmare facing Black America and the bleak future without intervention for the community, the call has come from the old guard of the Civil Rights Movement for a new Black Think Tank in Houston to help escape the spiraling whirlpool that threatens to consume the community.

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A Cappella Choir of Wiley College Presents Concerts, Workshops in Japan

The A Cappella Choir of Wiley College is engaged in music ministry and outreach this week in Japan.  The International Association of Methodist-related Schools, Colleges, and Universities, IAMSCU, invited the choir to sing  throughout the week at its conference in Hiroshima on “Peace, Reconciliation, and Human Rights.”

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Open Season On Blacks in Texas: Cops Are Shooting First & Not Asking Questions

“There is no crueler tyranny than that which is exercised under cover of law, and with the colors of justice …” U.S. v. Jannotti, 673 F.2d 578, 614 (3d Cir. 1982)  Cover Story by Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues HOUSTON-  Open Season: A period when restrictions on the hunting of certain types of wildlife are lifted. A period when all

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Malcolm X – Great Freedom Fighter’s Words Still Influence Us

The impact of his words of hope and deeds are still evident decades later as Black America still works through and strives to overcome 400 years of slavery and 149 years of discrimination, segregation and the spirit of racism that continues to churn in the hearts of some in White America who continue to pass the poison cup from generation to generation.

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