By Ron Spears - Contributing Writer The latest news cycle suggests that we are in jeopardy of losing an entire generation of youth, wealth, and civil rights laws. Covid-19 has exposed the health gap impacting our elders from sharing wisdom to our youth. Our 45th president has stacked the local courts with young conservative judges … Continue reading Nu World Order: If not us, then who?
By Professor Lyle Gibson To all of my family and friends, I have been accused of justifying my interpretation of events based on opinion and adding fuel to the fire. That’s not my intent. Here are the facts; I was born black; live black; and will die black. My parents were 25 years old when … Continue reading Look through the lens of your friends and neighbors that are black and brown
Jazz is a music genre that has been with us for what seems to be decades, and although the major music companies would like to have you believe that it is a musical category that has gone the way of the dinosaur (mostly because they can't make the millions that they made from rap, and … Continue reading The Evolution of Jazz