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Revisiting The Broken Promises Of Juneteenth Day

The first Juneteenth Day was June 19th, 1865. Two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation.   Juneteenth Day is yet another example of promises...

More Casualties: Daniel Prude And Dijon Kizzee Latest Deaths By Police

While the world continues to mourn the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Jacob Blake, the death count by police brutality continues to...

Why Republicans Fear The Electoral College Initiative

Only four winners of the popular vote have failed to ascend to the Oval Office, and each time the beneficiary was Republican. Manipulating the Electoral...

Celebrating The 50th Anniversary Of Morgan State vs Grambling


Fifty years ago, with America still in flames during some of the darkest times of the civil rights movement, it was the game that gave Black college football fans a reason to pause. A little more than five months after the assassination of

Black Folks Are Speaking Up, Idiots Are Going Bananas


With the energy that has been unleashed in the wake of seeing continuous protests against police brutality throughout the country, it was only inevitable that there would be energy of an equal but opposite nature released.

Indeed, we have w

Glory Road: The Team That Changed The Game Forever


It only seems fitting as we celebrate the Martin Luther King holiday today that we also take a look back at the film Glory Road, which stars Derek Luke and Jon Voight, on the 10th anniversary of its release.

Based on the true story of the 19

Whippings and Blacks Go Way-Way Back


The sports world has become a veritable firestorm of Black men behaving VERY badly as of late with Ray Rice and Greg Hardy in the news for domestic violence. However, domestic violence and professional athletes go

Racism Is The Ultimate Global Sporting Event


Sports are supposed to be the one place where race is not supposed to matter anymore.  Society is supposed to have grown past these things, right?  Wrong.  Unfortunately, all who are reading these

Dear African Americans: Why don’t you celebrate your history like others?


Dear African Americans,

As a citizen of New York, every year I witness many different ethnic groups who party until they are exhausted during any celebration that is done