Nooses, Lynching, and Racial Intimidation

November 12, 2019 Staff 0

by Dr. Julianne Malveaux Are the use of nooses as symbols of intimidation rising in the workplace? Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) data says that reports of racism and discrimination are on the rise. Their […]

JEA and the Sake of Privatization

November 12, 2019 Staff 0

by Rev. Frederick Newbill The day was November 28, 2017. The place was JEA’s monthly board meeting. The time was at the conclusion of former JEA board chair and outgoing board member, Tom Petway’s, two-year […]

My Problem With the CBCF and ASALH Conferences

November 12, 2019 Staff 0

by Peter Bailey During the past 20 years I have attended numerous conferences hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) and the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). CBCF’s […]

The Politics of Caring for Our Queer Elders

October 31, 2019 admin 0

BY MIHIKA SRIVASTAVA –  OCTOBER 31 2019 12:44 PM EDT Those who we owe the most to in the LGBTQ community are precisely the people who today are most often silenced. Every October, the LGBTQIA community comes […]

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