A stand for black justice

It has been 50 years since the 1968 Summer Olympics (Oct. 12-Oct. 27) took place in…

Breaking down beliefs of racial hierarchy

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Fifty years ago, the Civil Rights Movement led to a series of laws…

America and Race: What would King do?

If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today would his words be enough to save…

Revisiting the Life and Murder of Emmett Till

We can never forget of the anguish and terror Mamie Till Mobley felt as she went…

Selma is today

Suppressive voting rights efforts. Open racial taunts. Young black men losing their lives to law enforcement.…

The Power of ‘Selma’

The beauty of Paramount Pictures richly told civil rights drama “Selma” is not only the re-telling…

Sterling Mess a Black Eye for NAACP

The NAACP has become a running joke. The famed institution long known for its quest for…

Clippers, NBA Players Make a Stand

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver may get the official credit for making the right call. But it…

Remembering our Blackness

African Americans have lost their blackness. As a race, the identity crisis of this group people…

Black History Month Retrospective…The Killing of Emmett Till

Officially known as the month of February, Black History Month has been set aside to remember…

Kevin Frazier is “The Insider” with a Mission

By Dennis J. Freeman When it comes to knowing the dish on the latest celebrity news…

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr: A Legacy of Righteous Hope

By Dennis J. Freeman Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not bigger than his famous “I…