The State of the Black Union

February 19, 2019 Staff 0
By Raynard Jackson During the month of February in America we celebrate Black History Month. As we celebrate the achievements of Blacks in the making of this great country, I can’t help but think about […]

Black History is More Than a Month

February 5, 2019 Staff 0
“Freedom is never given; it is won,” said the great organizer and leader A. Phillip Randolph. And black history in America is a history of consistently fighting for freedoms and equality. Perhaps President Trump should […]

We Must Never Surrender Our Culture

January 30, 2019 Staff 0
  by Dr. Conrad Worrill Our late, great ancestor, Dr. Asa G. Hilliard’s book, The Maroon Within Us, once again reminds us of a major problem that we, as African people in America, are besieged […]

The Origin of Black Politics

January 27, 2019 Staff 0
By Dr. Conrad Worrill Since the end of the Civil War in 1865, when African Americans were granted the right to vote, through the 15th Amendment in 1868, electoral politics has played a dominant role […]
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