Commentary

COMMENTARY: EARTH DAY 2017

Taking care of the earth is God’s work — and ours.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Why we must focus on black girls and child sexual abuse

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.

Commentary: Do heathens go to Heaven?

I have a confession: Apparently, I need Jesus—or so I’ve been told.

The Cultural Coach: Connecting the dots between offensive words, flexibility and insights

Should certain words be considered offensive regardless of who is using them?

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Practices, policies or pagentry?

BONE MARROW REGISTRY

Where are all the black bone marrow donors?

LEGENDS & LEADERS

‘Legends & Leaders’ brought out the best of Memphis.

The TSD Interview, Part I: OTIS L. SANFORD

The veteran journalist digs into the history of Memphis politics with his new book, “From Boss Crump to King Willie.”

CEO of the International African American Museum: We need to seize control of our identity

A new $75 million dollar museum is being built in Charleston, South Carolina, and it’s working to help African-Americans see their history and the world in an impactful way.

Speak out to protect your health

Illinois Congresswoman weighs in on healthcare debate.

Seven Times Harriet Tubman Was a Bada-s Superhero

"Black Moses" enjoying new popularity in pop culture.

Commentary: Time for Republican millennials to grow up

Your experience should be a lesson and a wakeup call to all black millennials. Civilization did not start when you came out of your mother’s womb.

Commentary: So many people failed Black History Month 2017

Here are 8 ways to do better.

Do African Americans really care what Trump thinks about ‘Black-ish’

While Barack Obama believes the show is representative of his family, Donald Trump says the title is “racism at highest level.”

Morehouse at 150: Destroying 7 myths that challenge the excellence of HBCUs

HBCUs have a rich history and powerful mystique that continue to shape African-American culture and inspire academic success.

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