‘I Am Not Your Negro’ hits race nerve

November 22 Dennis J. Freeman 0

HOLLYWOOD, CA-Some things may change but yet they remain the same. Race relations in America is one of those dynamics. More distinguishable is how black people are treated here in this country. As much as America likes to brag about its improvement on race since slavery, there are still a […]


NC law an ‘undue burden to voters’

On Tuesday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law a bill that modifies H.B. 589, the state’s sweeping voter suppression law – specifically, the new law amends the provision that requires strict forms of photo ID to vote. In response to the changes to North Carolina’s voter ID requirement, […]


Standing Alone for Justice

August 23 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Rev. Dr. William Barber II has been arrested many times. He’s been hit up with death threats.  Ugly verbal assaults and over-the-top criticism of his stance on education, unemployment rates, voting rights and high levels of incarceration of black folks only motivate Barber to continue to do his work as […]