Category: Editorial

kofi_quaye

Why the Ebola Scare has raised Serious Questions about International Aid, and Media Coverage of Africa

Op/Ed by Kofi Quaye Most of the recent hype about the devastation, and havoc, caused by the Ebola epidemic in West Africa appears to have...

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Black on Black Homicides: An Exercise in Self-Extermination

Op/Ed by Wallace Mabry Statistical data aside, the disturbing number of black people being killed by black people is far more concerning...

The Carter G. Woodson Legacy

Op/Ed by Julianne Malveaux (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The racial differential in the poverty rate is staggering. Last time I checked,...

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East Irondequoit School Board Should Engage Public

Op/Ed by Patrina Freeman Let me say very plainly, I disagree with taking a vote on any issue without giving those affected by the outcome,...

kofi_quaye

The Chinese and Others Are Reaping the Benefits of African-American Influence; Why?

Op/Ed Kofi Quaye The majority of African-Americans have no idea about the extent to which they have influenced the music, fashions,...

Gloria Winston Al-Sarag
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Straight No Chaser: “I Don’t Need No Man”

Op/Ed by Gloria Winston Al-Sarag The following is an excerpt from a comment I read on Facebook, recently: “I make enough money to take...

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President Obama has Performed Well Under Fire

Op/ed by James Cummings Utica, New York The “Rolling Stone” magazine has made it official. What I have been saying all along is true....

Caption: Dexter and Djenane Bartholomew own seven Golden Corral franchises, with five in Kentucky and two in New Jersey.  The couple has been married for 17 years and sponsors several community youth organizations at their home in New Jersey.  Djenane, who is a registered nurse, also volunteers at a mobile clinic each year on a trip to her native Haiti.

Don’t Take Away the Ladder to Success for Aspiring Minority Small Business Owners

By Djenane Bartholomew Every day my husband and I make decisions that affect the lives of 450 people and their families. It’s a lot of...

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Contemplating the Accusations against Cosby

Editorial by Chris Stevenson “Either he is a man sinned-against, or a man egregiously sinning”- Stefan Molyneux...

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Why Don’t We Have the Politics of the Possible Anymore?

Op/ed by By William E. Spriggs In 1954, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Brown v. Board of Education, the Gross Domestic Product...