Vantage Point by Dr. Daniels
The 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma to Montgomery March, and the passage of the historic Voting Rights Act of 1965 and Dr. Martin Luther King’s role in these events is correctly capturing the imagination of Black America. But, there is another set of events that should also receive attention of our people.Read More
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Ben Carson—neurosurgeon, Tea Party superstar and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate—is well-known for his controversial comments, whether he’s comparing the Affordable Care Act to slavery or claiming that prison makes people gay.Read More
While Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller presses ahead with arrangements for a state visit to Jamaica by President Barack Obama on April 9, plans are otherwise being finalised on a work agenda for a meeting between the US President and Heads of Government of the 15-member Caribbean Community.Read More
Dr. Maulana Karenga
As March, Black History Month II—Women Focus, comes to an end, and with it, all the special speeches, learned lectures, plays, poems and various other programs and performances to celebrate and honor Black women...Read More
This has not been a good year for black males and law enforcement officers but it is also a year that has dramatized the troubled nature of national security in America.Read More
Walter L. Fields Jr.
It is now an offense against society to be young, gifted and Black as illustrated by the treatment of Mo'ne Davis, Dez Wells and Martese Johnson.Read More
Like most people, Sergeant Matt Darisse believed driving with a broken tail light is against the law. He was wrong.Read More
Rev. Jesse Jackson
In November, Illinois voters narrowly decided – after one of the most expensive gubernatorial elections in the nation’s history – to elect Bruce Rauner, a hedge fund billionaire, to lead the state.Read More
Christmas, the day after, in 2004, following the presidential re-election of George W. Bush.Read More
NEW YORK (FinalCall.com) - Scholars, activists and cultural representatives from Latino grassroots organizations gathered here for the three-day...Read More
Black America Is Just 72 Percent Equal To White America. In Some Areas, The Inequality Is Worse Than That.
A report released last week holds troubling findings about lasting inequality across the African-American community.Read More
A permanent memorial to honour the victims of one of the most horrific tragedies of modern history will be revealed at United Nations Headquarters in New York...Read More
They behead people by the hundreds. They heap headless, handless bodies along roadsides as warnings to those who would resist their power.Read More
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