Remembering Dr. Dorothy Irene Height

April 22, 2020 admin 0

NNPA NEWSWIRE By Alexis M. Herman, President of the Dorothy I. Height FoundationDuring the early Civil Rights Movement when women worked behind the scenes, Dorothy Height’s quiet power brought wisdom and a social worker’s perspective […]

How to Close Deadly COVID-19 Racial Gap and Save Black Lives

April 21, 2020 admin 0

Houston Forward Editorial Board – The black community is being hit hard by COVID-19. In neighborhood after neighborhood across the country, the virus is claiming the lives of African-American educators, activists, bus drivers, grocery store workers, police officers, preachers, politicians and pioneers . […]

Science Vs. Myth — The COVID-19 Crisis

April 16, 2020 admin 0

NNPA NEWSWIRE — The Administration brushed aside scientific evidence and concerns regarding the pandemic, downplaying its spread and the depth of the problems we were encountering. It was only in March that they were forced […]

Andrew Gillum: Sex, Politics and Black Masculinity

April 14, 2020 admin 0

Written by Roderick Thomas  – In 2018, Andrew Gillum was the handsome, 38-year-old runner-up in Florida’s gubernatorial race. Gillum, the state’s first black nominee for governor, lost by fewer than 35,000 votes. Despite his loss, Gillum’s political […]

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