Commentary

Black History Month: Pressing On To Make A Difference

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By Dr. Sunclair Grey It’s February, and once again, we are celebrating Black History Month. Every year, many Americans take time out of their busy schedule to remember and reflect on the achievements African-Americans have made and continue to make in this country. With the accomplishment of President Barack Obama being the first elected African-American President of the United States, ... Read More »

Dr. Sinclair Grey III: How YOU can become an agent of change

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by Dr Sinclair Grey III On Tuesday, January 20th, millions of people gathered around their television sets to watch President Barack Obama deliver his State of the Union address to the American people. In a speech that was filled with the possibility of hope for a brighter future in the U.S., you can’t help but observe people who despise President ... Read More »

In 2015 are you going to be a turkey or an eagle?

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By Michal Ortner You may be asking yourself many questions as you end this year to head into a new one. ‘Will this year be better? Will I be better? How can I improve myself? How will I survive financially?’ But, the question you should be asking yourself is ‘Will I be a turkey or an eagle?” Let me explain. ... Read More »

Dr. Sinclair Grey III – 12 Affirmations For The African-American Community-done

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As we approach 2015, many people will make various New Year’s resolutions, from losing weight to going into business for themselves. While it’s a proven fact than many people don’t keep their resolutions after the second month, what needs to happen is that people move from making resolutions to declaring affirmations they will embrace throughout the year. And you don’t ... Read More »

Dr. Sinclair Grey III – The fight for justice must be peaceful and respectful at all times

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by Dr. Sinclair Grey III Pointing fingers is never wise in bringing about justice. The murders of two NYPD officers over the weekend has sparked outrage towards protesters, Rev. Al Sharpton, and the President of the United States. It’s clear that we are facing difficult times with regards to race relations and relations between police officers and citizens. Because of ... Read More »

Dr Samori Swygert: Are blacks being setup as “zombies” worthy of destruction?

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Are blacks being setup as Zombies worthy of destruction? By: Dr. Samori Swygert I’m a very keen observer of subliminal undertones and messages.  Many times individuals or groups will use caricatures to subtly convey plans, or feelings about other individuals to avoid directly offending them or the revealing of plans. I can’t help but wonder if the media has already ... Read More »

Yolanda Spivey: Where are the three Black police officers employed by Ferguson Missouri’s police department?

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By Yolanda Spivey As I tune into CNN and other various news outlets broadcasting the recent homicide, I mean shooting incident in Ferguson MO, I couldn’t help but notice the new Negro they have in charge–Captain Ronald S. Johnson. Johnson, a Missouri Highway Patrol Captain and long time resident of Ferguson, is evidently the new peace keeper.  Over the last ... Read More »

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