Millennials want to know that you care. Yes, it does take a village to raise a child, but that is only half of the battle. We also deserve to be equipped with the necessary tools to face all of the challenges that we are faced with today.
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON — A wise man once said, “Knowledge is power, and knowledge can be the difference between life or death.” We are a powerful people of many capabilities with that dollar in our hand, but we’re misguided on the impact of that dollar through strategic and decisive planning. Our people call for
By: Omowale Luthuli-Allen HOUSTON – As we prepare for the 2020 Dr. MLK holiday, let us tell the truth and shame the devil. When I was a young man, I had the opportunity to be in the presence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King. No one ever noticed if
How many times have we heard the phrase, “Go Back to Africa?” We’ve all heard it mostly from a negative aspect. This is verbal evidence of someone’s racism coming to the surface.
By: Omowale Lithuli-Allen In the tract, Generosity to Justice, the story is told about the nobility of the human spirit in the wake of a disaster- Hurricane Katrina. Thousands of black residents of New Orleans revealed an open sore in the land of the plenty. A superpower was paralyzed to mount an effective relief effort
There is a reason that America doesn’t have a king and doesn’t want a king. A little over 200 years ago our forefathers fought a brutal revolution to emancipate from its mother country- Great Britain and King George the III. Although Black people were chattel slaves, Crispus Attucks still gave his last and greatest measure of devotion to the cause of freedom.
By: Bobby E. Mills, PhD Democracy requires an educated-spiritually-intelligent voting population. The Bible states it in a most profound emphatic manner: “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.” (Revelation 1: 3). Understanding the spiritual
I really can’t stay (But, baby, it’s cold outside) I’ve got to go away (But, baby, it’s cold out there) This evening has been (Been hoping that you’d drop in) So very nice (I’ll hold your hands, they’re just like ice) By: Ms. @NewsWitAttitude HOUSTON – Who doesn’t love Ray Charles’ and Betty Carter’s version
When the great Civil War began in America, April 12, 1961, there were about nine-million people in the South. Four -million of the people were Black-people of African descendant. Fully half of these were Black men. Prior to the Civil War, the United States Supreme Court had ruled in the Dred Scott Decision that no
Photo credit: Matt M. McKnight/Crosscut Earl Ofari Hutchinson There is yet another breath-taking cruel irony to the plight of the homeless. That’s that the homeless pay for their homelessness. They pay in two ways. One is through taxes. The other is through who gets the tax dollars and how those dollars virtually guarantee that the