The uninvited guest: Brad Pye Jr.’s fight for black press equality

Brad Pye Jr. has had a history of firsts during his illustrious sports journalism career. The…

White extremist groups are growing — and changing

MEMPHIS — Ken Parker was baptized in a predominantly black church in Jacksonville, Florida, his tattoos…

New film reminds us just how special Sammy Davis Jr. was

HOLLYWOOD CA-Sammy Davis Jr. was one of a kind. To be sure, there will not be…

One nation divided under Trump

LOS ANGELES-There are people who are more than a little pissed off that Donald Trump beat…

When have Black Lives ever mattered?

Black lives do matter. White on black crime used to be the norm, the way things…

Keeping the Jackie Robinson torch alive

LOS ANGELES-Baseball and Jackie Robinson go hand-in-hand. One could not do without the other. Where would…

A race double-standard: Demonizing the black athlete

The media has selective memory on news it wants to report. The fact that Peyton Manning…

America and Race: What would King do?

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

Black and blue: Children no longer safe from police abuses

A 12-year-old African-American boy in Cleveland, Ohio is dead because he was toying around with a…

Worst States For Black Americans in The U.S.A

The Civil Rights Movement offered hope that racial inequality would soon end. The movement led to…

Athletes RISE up against racism

The nonprofit organization Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), launched a nationwide campaign to harness…

Julian Bond — American Revolutionary

One of Julian Bond’s heroes, Frederick Douglass, died at 77 in his Washington, D.C. home, cared…

The Courage of Arthur Ashe

There is something to be said about quiet strength. This was Arthur Ashe’s calling card. He…

Selma is today

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

Why Medicaid’s Racism Drove Historically-Black Nursing Home Bankrupt Part 2

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