“Making America Great Again,” was never about equalizing educational opportunity, stabilizing our economy, or the rebuilding of our middle class; rather, it was a yearning for the “good ol’ days” in which Muslims, Mexicans, immigrants and, liberals, in general, were no longer a threat to societal dominance and personal privilege.
Nate Morris is the senior editor of the Black Wall Street Times and a community advocate in Tulsa, OK. The views expressed in his commentary do not necessarily reflect the views of […]
Black Americans had hoped that justice in the form of quality education would come roaring like a powerful rainstorm after a thousand-years drought.
machine that ships a few bright kids into middle-class schools while abandoning the majority of minority kids who must navigate through crumbling buildings and outdated textbooks.
The views expressed in this article are those of Nate Morris, senior editor of The Black Wall Street Times, alone and do no necessarily reflect the views of the organization as a […]
U.S. Senator “jokes” about public hangings and voter suppression on hallowed ground where lynchings took place
By: Nate Morris, senior editor Cindy Hyde-Smith, sitting U.S. Senator from the state of Mississippi, found herself in the midst of a late-election scandal this week after she was caught on video […]
TULSA, Okla. — Angela Graham is a fierce Deborah Brown Community School early childhood educator who deserves recognition; she’s also running for House District 66. She hopes to represent the constituents of […]