An Unreasonable Approach to the Black Vote

February 22, 2016 Staff 0

By Raynard Jackson Columnist Last week I had a very long conversation with a major political operative about whether there was a role for Blacks in the Republican Party, on congressional staffs, on campaign staffs, […]

Political Decisions vs. Political Choices

February 9, 2016 Staff 0

by James Clingman Picture this headline: “Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win respective primaries.” Let that Marinate for a moment before reading any further. Now, what is your reaction? Faced with those two choices, what […]


February 2, 2016 Staff 0

By Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Columnist Days before the opening of the World Economic Forum, Oxfam, the international organization that works on world poverty issues, released a report that addressed inequality. They found the international wealth gap […]

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The Real Barack Obama Emerges

February 3, 2015 Staff 0

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA Columnist President Barack Obama knocked it out of the park during the State of the Union address. He was strong, progressive, firm, and relaxed. He was almost cocky as he offered […]

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Growing Up White in Jim Crow Atlanta

January 23, 2015 Staff 0

By Heather Gray I know much has been written about this period – primarily the 1950’s and early 1960’s. I am, however, sharing some of my experiences and reflections about growing up in “Jim Crow” […]

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