By Roger House Originally appeared in Word in Black President Biden’s visit to the Middle East should give pause to Black voters. One concern is that he risked the presidency […]
In his continued assault on public education and American ideals of equality, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has exposed that assessment creation and adoption is far from objective.
NNPA NEWSWIRE — Leaders within the Democratic Party in the last Congress demonstrated their political will for a reparations commission. 217 confirmed yes votes in the House and half of the Senate Committee chairs, along with the Senate Leader, and many of their colleagues, signed on to the Senate bill.
A number of years ago, I was intrigued by the question of whether you can do the right thing inthe wrong situation and still be blessed. One response kept coming […]
by John Fullinwider I have been a street level activist and community organizer in Dallas since 1977. I have worked on the full range of issues that people in hard-pressed […]
This month marks the August 28, 60th anniversary of the March on Washington, where over a quarter million people gathered and heard my Uncle Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. […]
By Ben Jealous President Biden couldn’t have said it any more plainly when he said last week in Milwaukee, “When I think climate, I think jobs.” He was speaking the […]
Harris has recently increased outreach to Black communities to bolster support for Democrats — but is the thrill gone? By Roger House Originally appeared in Word in Black In recent […]
By Liz Courquet-Lesaulnier Originally appeared in Word in Black The memes, the reenactments, the folding chair earrings! In the aftermath of the Alabama Brawl, Black America has had a lighthearted […]
On June 16th, the Reconciliation and Restoration Foundation hosted dynamic women from across the DFW gathered for an afternoon to discuss navigating the nonprofit world, specifically as a Black woman. […]