By contributing writer Micalos Arnold In 1967 I was only six years old. Just a young skinny black child living in a tough part of Detroit. Yet I was old enough to have sense enough to duck behind a three foot porch wall as an uncovered military transport truck, courtesy of Lyndon B. Johnson as … Continue reading How To Improve The Lives Of Black Americans: Pt. I
Ice Cube Talks Contract With Black America See what O'Shea Jackson, a.k.a Ice Cube, has to say about his Contract With Black America, Reconstructing The System + More on The Breakfast Club. Would love to know how you feel about his thoughts on the matter. Leave your comments below. https://youtu.be/ClqqfpHKR7s
Minnesotans help South Africans respond to COVID-19 — Americans in Africa By Kiya Edwards | KARE 11 CAPE TOWN, South Africa — From first timers to co-founders, every year, a group of Minnesotans travels to South Africa through a non-profit called Arm in Arm in Africa. One of their many projects involves distributing locally grown … Continue reading Meanwhile, across the diaspora…(July 7, 2020)
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?