If history was thoroughly taught with Black kids and their people’s story in mind, perhaps we wouldn’t have millions of Americans marching in the streets during a global pandemic because of the continued racial injustices we see against Black lives.
“It feels almost grotesque comparing the killings of people to try and make a point. I don’t like it at all. I’m only doing it because of the conversations I hear surrounding the two,” Mike Creef says.
The President retweeted a packed to the brim auditorium of a Students For Trump gathering.
Op/Ed By Nehemiah D. Frank Again, again, and again. Another Black Angel – taken from this world without a second thought and no apology from an American city’s local government. Charleena Lyles, a […]
Why School Choice Is Important To African-American Students: Origins of Inequality In Public Education
Editorial | by Nehemiah D. Frank In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that segregated schools were unconstitutional. Upon the Justices’ decision, African-American students […]
Opinion | by Dawn Tree Managing Editor | Liz Frank Editor-in-Chief | Nehemiah Frank The jury has spoken, and Officer Betty Shelby got off Scot-free on her first-degree manslaughter charge on Wednesday, May […]
OPINION by Charity Marcus CEO & Chief Consultant of Avenue Consulting Are you not tired, yet? I have only been truly involved in the community for five years and I’m tired. So […]