By Lawrence A Robinson So, a Black parent registers his child in a highly rated private school and dresses him up with a shirt and tie for first grade. When he gets to the school's office, he is told that his child can't attend this school wearing dreadlocs. He was told that it's policy.
Candidate Robin Harris has decided to travel a different political road and some might call it a more radical path. Harris has determined that the marching, protesting, town hall meeting, summit and thoughts and prayer's campaigns, have become passive and largely ignored by the powers that be. "There needs to be a demanding action plan for the Black community," says Harris.
By Lawrence A Robinson Barack Obama was a United States Senator from 2005 until 2008. He resigned his Senate seat after he was elected President of the United States. During his time in the Senate and during his presidential campaign, his followers grew in numbers, his influence expanded and his coattails exploded.
by James DeShay After not completing my commitment to not watching NFL last year, I have to face a league that views it's business as it's own entity. The truth is that the NFL belongs to everyone that is willing to make it a part of their personal dreams in millions of ways. People across the country see these teams as their own, and millions of kids dream of playing for one of them.
By Lawrence A Robinson During Sunday Worship Service this week, a Black church in Orlando took the daring position of announcing it’s endorsement of the ‘BootStrapping Project.’ The congregation was asked to take out their phones and log into a prerecorded 4 minute presentation.
Before worship service begin, the ushers added a page to each member's program with instructions on how to login to the online community announcement update site.
by staff Mike Greene, formerly of NYPD, is a staunch supporter of Donald Trump. Often on FaceBook, he and I engage in political banter. Here is a particularly interesting statement that he made and a few responses it garnered.
By Roger Caldwell The UN General Assembly proclaimed 2015-2024 as the International Decade for People of African Descent citing the need to strengthen national, regional and international cooperation in relation to the full enjoyment of economic, social, cultural, civil and political rights by people of African descent, and their full and equal participation in all aspects of society.