A POX on Both Their Houses

In a recent Reuters Poll conducted between March and June 2016, 16,000 European Americans were interviewed regarding their perceptions of African Americans. The poll was a result of both political candidates for President throwing negative comments at each other, regarding their positions on racial issues. Donald Trump has called Hillary Clinton a bigot because of …

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Our Women Who Make Us Proud

Since the month of March has been designated Women’s History Month, allow me to take this opportunity to brag on some of the very outstanding women of color that we have right here in San Antonio, Texas. Now I don’t mean to offend my fellow brothers of color, but we have to admit that over …

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Maya Angelou “She is that rainbow in the Cloud.”

Last month the African American community lost its beautiful and genuine matriarch, the person who best personified the strength, grace and beauty of the culture. Dr. Maya Angelou spanned a period of this country’s history where conditions were deplorable for its black citizens, but she also was part of a time when all races and …

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