Greater Metro

Moderator Darrion Garrett guided panelists through a range of aspects associated with the announced topic and prompted a stimulating proble of physical appearance and protection from police brutality. (Photo: Brittney Gathen)

Stand-your-ground panel probes #BlackLivesMatter and more

In Memphis and various parts of the country, many of the 2015 African American History ...

Entertainment

The Stax Music Academy Love, Peace and Soul concert 2014. (Photo: Ronnie Booze)

Stax students tap protest music to shape ...

“The Art Of Healing” – as Stax Academy’s Grammy-nominated artistic director Justin Merrick explains – ...

National

Dori J. Maynard

Dori Maynard, diversity champion, dies at 56

Dori J. Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard institute for Journalism Education and longtime ...

Sports

Chris Jones' dismissal ended a tumultuous week for the Memphis native.

Louisville campus police: Jones threatened to ‘smack’ ...

A University of Louisville police report states former Cardinals guard Chris Jones sent a woman ...

business

Too good to be true?

Bernie Madoff became infamous for perpetrating what may be the biggest Ponzi scheme in history ...

Commentary

Julianne Malveaux

Cherishing history that’s in your attic

We gather together this month to lift up the names that have been frequently lifted, ...

National

Dori J. Maynard

Dori Maynard, diversity champion, dies at 56

Dori J. Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard institute for Journalism Education and longtime ...

Opinion

Over the years, the myth about there being more African-American men in prison than in college has taken on a life of its own.

More African-American men in prison than college? ...

(The Louisiana Weekly) – In a 2013 column for The Root, Howard University professor and ...

Religion

Poet uses life experiences as fodder for ...

Before John J. Mask knew that words could elicit a response and speak volumes, he ...

Writers

Dr. Karanja Ajanaku

A veteran journalist with 35-plus years of experience, Karanja A. ...

Kelvin Dewayne Cowans

Kelvin Dewayne Cowans – known as “Six~Four” – is the ...

Tyrone P. Easley

For more than 30 years, Tyrone Easley has been a ...

Kelley D. Evans

Kelley D. Evans is a Memphis native and an alumnus ...

Brittney Gathen

Brittney Gathen is a sophomore journalism student at the University ...

Wiley Henry

Wiley Henry is an award-winning journalist and deputy editor of ...

Nina A. Johnson

Nina A. Johnson brings a multitude of knowledge to the ...

Tony Jones

Tony Jones, a graduate of Southside High School (1976), is ...

Myron Mays

A native of Memphis, Myron Mays began his broadcast career ...

Carlee McCullough

Carlee McCullough, Esq. of McCullough Law served for over a ...

Dr. Sybil Mitchell

Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell has been a freelance feature writer ...

Warren Roseborough

Warren A. Roseborough, a photojournalist and an army veteran has ...

Brianna Alexis Smith

Brianna Alexis Smith is a junior Mass Media Arts major ...

Bernal E. Smith, II

Bernal E. Smith, II is the Owner/Publisher of the New ...

Kam Williams

Kam Williams is a journalist, largely known for his work ...