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Teaching our Dollars to Make Sense

Teaching our Dollars to Make Sense

"The appropriate response to those who transgress against us must be grounded in economics. We spend money at…"…

Kentucky’s Classification of Students of Color as ‘Gap Students’ Must End Now

Kentucky’s Classification of Students of Color as ‘Gap Students’ Must End Now

"...even with the best of intentions, the classification of students of color and economically disadvantaged students as gap students is…

Why Black Business Programs aren’t Working

Why Black Business Programs aren’t Working

"That makes sense since none of these cities have a really functional Black chamber of commerce whose focus is…"…

Statues of many others deserve placement in rotunda

Statues of many others deserve placement in rotunda

"...move the Davis statue to a history center or museum where people may view it in an appropriate context."…

African American history cannot be hidden or destroyed

African American history cannot be hidden or destroyed

"Let’s show the community at large that we do…."…

Why Another Million Man March Would Be A God-Send For The Black Community

Why Another Million Man March Would Be A God-Send For The Black Community

Posted July 6, 2015 By Joshua D. Copeland It’s going to take more than banning the Confederate flag to right America’s wrongs against the black community… Nation of Islam leader…

Executing a Collective Economic and Political Strategy

Executing a Collective Economic and Political Strategy

I listed 16 things Black folks can do while we wait for a myriad of things to take place in this country, including……

Whites (and Blacks) Still Live in ‘State of Denial’ on Race

Whites (and Blacks) Still Live in ‘State of Denial’ on Race

“I chose Charleston because it is most historic city in my state, and at one time had the highest ratio of blacks to Whites in the country."…

Focus on Real Black Women, not Imposters

Focus on Real Black Women, not Imposters

“I have plowed, and planted, and gathered into barns, and no man could head me! And aren’t I a woman?”…

‘Thug’ is in the Eye of the Beholder


‘Thug’ is in the Eye of the Beholder


"When we push Black children out of schools by disproportionately disciplining them for similar offenses committed by their White peers, and then…"…