James Clingman

UNCF Stands its Ground in Koch Flap

July 25, 2014 Staff 0
By James Clingman The controversy over the recent donation by the Koch Foundation to the UNCF begs a discussion of politics, education, and business.  After receiving a $25 million gift from the Charles Koch Foundation, […]
James Clingman

The State of Black Euphoria

July 16, 2014 Staff 0
By James Clingman NNPA Columnist How amazing it is that Black people in this nation, collectively, are the worst off but yet the most comical, entertaining, ostentatious, and self-defeating of all other groups. It is […]
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Continuing the Work of Freedom Summer

June 27, 2014 Staff 0
by Hollis Watkins Racism is still alive and well in Mississippi and throughout this country just as it was in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. This clearly suggests there is much work to be done. […]
Lee Daniels

The Central Park Jogger Case Settlement

June 23, 2014 Staff 0
by Lee Daniels  How much is a person’s innocence worth?  That’s the most fundamental question framing the news that, after years of bitter dispute, a settlement has been reached in the lawsuit stemming from the […]
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