After the results of Donald Trump’s victory, people in our community and across the nation alike are nervous about the future. Some others may be sad, angry, or overjoyed.
Texas last week reported its first case of Zika virus that likely came from a mosquito bite within the state.
Many Americans are happy because of the new president-elect of the United States of America.
The holidays are upon us again. It’s that time of the year that we talk about being thankful for our blessings and spreading love, hope and joy, as families from near and far gather for dinner and share fond memories. ...
A humanitarian once said, “I can not do everything, but I can do something. I must not fail to do the something that I can do.” Everyone age 18 or older can vote, and each vote matters.
When I was a high school freshman, I was very quiet and soft spoken. I was raised to be polite and watch what I say… “Always act like a “lady,” I was told.
Listening to the political messages of this campaign season, many candidates will have you forget just how deep of a hole this country was in eight years ago.
So many us believed that when we registered our landline telephones and later our cellular telephones on the “do not call” registry that we had finally rid ourselves of the robocalls and the potential scams that they breed. No such ...
I was recently shot twice in the back by a police officer. I was an unarmed “student” trapped in a classroom with a crazy man. The officer who shot me was looking for the crazed shooter but got me by ...
In all of my days as a Black female in America – and I have been here a long time – did I ever think that I would be here in this country during “Days of Dread.” By now, every ...
“Want to go p—- off some White folks?”
We are way beyond the “melting pot” – that yesteryear vision of a United States of America when we would be so diverse racially that we could embrace any one of us as true Americans.
As candidates running for office in the November election begin to turn the focus toward minority voters during the last leg of their campaigns, a couple of Republicans may have made a major misstep.
It appears that the football player Colin Kaepernick has started American people to thinking or rethinking the song that should be the United States’s national anthem.
“And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” – John F. Kennedy