"I watched in horror on Monday evening what should have been a somber and reflective television news story about the community’s efforts to heal from the murder of a teenage girl a year ago."
In 2014, a Georgia jury acquitted Ramad Chatman of armed robbery. So why is he still in jail until 2022?
Oh, and Neil deGrasse Tyson watches the fireworks.
When Sheritha Scott found out about National Mama’s Bailout Day, she had reason not to trust it.
Savali: White Woman’s fear wins, but don’t ever forget this Is the face of a killer.
As more places become unlivable . . . where will the people go?
The Grizzlies, or any NBA team, can’t fix what systemic racism created.
‘Through Our Eyes: Perspectives and Reflection From Black Teachers’ reinforces necessity to get more of them in classrooms.
Case in point of why it’s difficult for the black community to advance: Many of us are more focused on dissecting and even denigrating the presence and efforts of the Rev Jesse Jackson than we are on the purpose that ...
In the past few years there have been many organizations, coalitions, institutions, and individuals that have formed, emerged, and recalibrated themselves to participate in the necessary work of social justice and (for some of us) black liberation.
Let’s celebrate all mothers on Mother’s Day, no matter their backgrounds, color, religion or headdress.
As we approach the end of another school year, it’s very important the children of this city have a safe and productive summer.
Countering the “public persecution of my dad.”
Taking care of the earth is God’s work — and ours.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Every year during this time, there are campaigns across the country that highlight the dangers of acquaintance or “date” rape.