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Is It Too Late for Black People?

Is It Too Late for Black People?

If the “conscious” among us fail to respond to our appeal for appropriate behavior, can we depend on the chosen few who have “made it” to use their resources to…

DEPRESSION AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANS: IT’S NOT JUST THE “BLUES”

DEPRESSION AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANS: IT’S NOT JUST THE “BLUES”

Health Empowerment Pledge: “Although the stress brought about by racial discrimination, bigotry and hatred have contributed to physical, mental and spiritual health inequities within myself and among my people, I…

We Will Miss the Smiles and the Steel: In Tribute

We Will Miss the Smiles and the Steel: In Tribute

By. Julianne Malveaux, NNPA Columnist There are lots of stars at the Democratic National Convention. Barack Obama. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Kanye West. Jesse Jackson, Jr. More than four thousand delegates who bring local and national…

KENTUCKY VOICES The New York Times: Why They Know Little About Black Politics

KENTUCKY VOICES The New York Times: Why They Know Little About Black Politics

I went through the article and thought about it. Essentially, the author was highlighting the generational rift in Black leadership, the one in which young hotshots are pitted against the…

Child Watch: The Pact

Child Watch: The Pact

It all started with a trip to the dentist when George Jenkins was 13. He was at the dentist’s office getting braces when a pair of pliers caught his attention. When he asked what…