Protecting Our Greatest Asset

July 1, 2019 Staff 0
By Fedrick Ingram President, Florida Education Association I’m proud to lead an organization whose mission is to protect one of society’s greatest assets; the public schools. As the President of the Florida Education Association, I’m […]
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Actor Billy Porter and His Dresses

June 28, 2019 Staff 0
  By Frederick Lowe I am surprised and more than a little mystified why black men are not speaking out about Pose star Billy Porter, a black man who wears dresses and high heels and […]

Trump Did the Right Thing

June 28, 2019 Staff 0
by Jesse Jackson In the last week, President Donald Trump suddenly reversed two major decisions. He announced he would not begin mass deportations of those who are living in the country illegally, which he previously […]

The Republicans Leep Making Those Moves

June 17, 2019 Staff 0
by Juan Penalosa The end of this year’s legislative session is one of the most shameful in our history. From JimCrow-era voting laws, to placing children of color in harm’s way–undermining the rights of people […]

Forget the Adversity Score, Just Dump the SAT

May 31, 2019 admin 0
By Dr. Julianne Malveaux May 21, 2019 The College Board, the organization that develops and administers the SAT test, has developed a new “adversity score” to augment the widely used college admissions examination. The fact that the […]

HBCUs Are Going Where the Black Church Can’t

April 22, 2019 Staff 0
By J.L. Carter, Sr. Several Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have quietly changed admissions policies to better reflect diversity in gender identification and sexual classification over the last decade. In the last two years, […]

Who Gains When Democracy is Destroyed?

April 22, 2019 Staff 0
Julianne Malveaux is an author and economist. Her latest project MALVEAUX! On UDCTV is available on For booking, wholesale inquiries or for more info visit By Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Newswire Contributor Democracy is […]
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