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.
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.
If nobody ever understood what White Privilege is, just look at what happened at Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021.
The highs and lows of 2020 ranged from the rage surrounding murders of innocent Black folks, to the giddiness of discovering the availability of toilet paper. Overall, it was a year of learning how to truly count your blessings, embrace loved ones and feed families on a pot of beans, rice and cornbread. Here is look back at a year the world will never forget.
While President-elect Joe Biden is hard at work fulfilling promises he's made to America by bringing diversity to his cabinet, Breonna Taylor's mother is asking him to not forget a promise he made to families like hers.
To better grasp what’s currently going on, you should understand there are six elements that control the world, and the domino effect of occurrences that can happen when they’re disturbed.
When Donald Trump asked Black Americans "What have you got to lose?" he should have been asking himself that as he surely found out what he had to lose – the presidency - no matter how much he tries to dispute it. The days of his manipulation and race baiting will no longer be tied to his “commander in chief” title.
The first and only Black mayor of New York City, David Norman Dinkins, who worked tirelessly to improve race relations in the nation's largest city he referred to as a "gorgeous mosaic," died Monday after being found unconscious at his Upper East Side Manhattan home. He was 93 years old.
For decades, the Black Baptist church has been leading the Black communities when it came to matters of race, community issues and - yes - politics. But this time around, there was more silence than support for candidates in the 2020 election season. What made Black Baptist preachers ease their endorsements, lowering the boom of voices they began establishing in America more than 200 years ago?
Here is a list of who is in, and who is still in the running.