Celebrities help get the word out on registering to vote

LOS ANGELES, CA-Fall election campaigns are starting to hit fever pitch with robocalls, phone banking and…

White extremist groups are growing — and changing

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

Gun violence is more than one ‘March for Our Lives’ moment

LOS ANGELES, CA-Byron Jackson was only a junior high school student when he lost his life…

Black workers are public sector workers

Racism and white supremacy are powerful, shapeshifting forces. They have persisted in our culture, politics and…

The gun has replaced the rope

At one time black people used to be scared of the rope. Now they’re terrorized by…

Breaking down beliefs of racial hierarchy

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

‘March for Justice and Unity” Sparks Outcry to Stop Police Brutality

(Los Angeles-February 21, 2015) The Black Leadership Coalition spearheaded by Los Angeles Executive Publisher,Danny Bakewell, Sr.…

Ferguson Decision: Fire and Anger

The reaction to a grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson, Missouri officer Darren Wilson for…

Eric Holder Was Our Firewall Against GOP Bigotry

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson  One of the most poignant moments in Attorney General…

Court School to the Classroom

Bill Would Help Incarcerated Kids Stay Enrolled If there is one group of students with the…

Federal Enforcement is Key to Brown Legacy

Fifty years ago—a decade after the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka—there…

Who Will Speak for Black War Veterans?

Several have not been deemed worthy of a Congressional Medal of Honor  By Ron Armstead Washington,…

From Rodney King to Jordan Davis … when will Black People Learn?

By y Cleo Manago From Rodney King, to Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant and now Jordan Davis, Black communities have responded…

Racial Discrimination: How Far Have We Come?

Despite some perceived improvements, 45 years brings little change in perceptions that Blacks are discriminated against…

Walking to See Justice and to End Racial Profiling

LOS ANGELES-Emotions are still running high. A week after the verdict came down from the George Zimmerman…