Something Positive for Black America With Trump’s Election

For Black America, the election of Donald Trump might become a positive over the next four years. I know, many of you might think that this writer has become delusional. Let me try to explain why I would make such an assertion. I believe a certain degree of apathy has taken hold, and set in …

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The Underbelly of America’s Promises Has Reared Its Ugly Face

No one can argue with the absolute beauty of the meaning in the United States Constitution. The promise of the document for those who live under its umbrella of opportunity are endless. However, since its very inception, this country has struggled to live up to the values in that document. Even the founders failed to …

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Considering the Tulsa Riot of 1921 from a Black Writer’s Perspective

It was recently revealed in an Ebony story that John Legend and his company Lifted Film, along with actress Tika Sumpter, plan to do a mini-series on the Tulsa Riot of 1921. In the article, the writer mentions, as a reference, a piece I did for Ebony On-Line on February 24, 2014, titled “Black Wall …

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