Enjoy the journey at the National Civil Rights Museum

MEMPHIS, TENN (News4usonline) – Walking through all the myriad of exhibits on display at the National…

Turbulence: The 1968 protest heard around the world

Instead of being celebrated for their 1-3 finish in the 200 meters at the 1968 Summer…

Curly Neal put the dazzle into the Harlem Globetrotters

The NBA would not be where it is today without the contributions to the sport of…

Norfolk State honors Virginia woman who fought poll taxes

As America recognizes the 100th anniversary granting women the right to vote, Norfolk State University and…

Racial status matters in ‘The Banker’

Laguna Niguel (News4usonline) – Back in the fall, I eagerly looked forward to seeing The Banker,…

A stand for black justice

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

The social conscious of John Carlos

John Carlos has a lot to say about a lot of things. This is one guy…

Revisiting the Life and Murder of Emmett Till

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

The Real Meaning of Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson was not bigger than life. He simply gave us a better perspective about it.…

Phi Beta Sigma to Sponsor Documentary of Congressman John Lewis

Washington, DC- The John Lewis Documentary Project is the much anticipated film documenting the life and…

Remembering our Blackness

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

Much Ado About ’12 Years a Slave’

Much have been said about “12 Years a Slave.” The epic slave film, directed by Steve…

Football Fumbles: Pale to the Redskins

  A slur is a slur. No matter how you cover it up and pretend its…

Why the New Minorities are Joining the Democratic Party

The Republican Party today has a race neutral and culturally accommodating philosophy.  What that means is…