Black Men Promoting Reading and Writing in 2015

There is an old joke that goes as follows: “If you want to hide a fifty dollar bill from a Black man, put it in the middle pages of a book.” The brunt of the joke being that Black men do not read and, to a certain extent, that might be true. But for the majority of Black men it …

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White Law—Black Injustice

This past Monday evening, November 24, like millions of other Americans, I was disappointed when St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch read the decision made by the Ferguson Grand Jury not to indict Darren Wilson for the killing of young Michael Brown. I believe I express the sentiment of many, who feel justice was not …

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