Category: Editorial

Syracuse Councilor Khalid Bey

The Glass is Always Half Full

Op/Ed By Khalid Bey   The city of Syracuse is experiencing some of the most trying circumstances in our city’s history; or at...

Dr._Faye Williams

Another Senseless Murder

Op/Ed By Dr. E. Faye Williams Esq.   (TriceEdneyWire.com) — As we enter the holiday season, I want to wish my readers, their...

Mark_Morial

Act Now to Make Anti-Poverty Tax Credits Permanent

Op/Ed By Marc Morial   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The Earned Income Tax Credit is the most effective anti-poverty program in the...

kofi_quaye

Sierra Leone Declared Ebola-Free: Why Not the Rest of Africa?

Op/Ed By Kofi Quaye   Sierra Leone has been declared Ebola free. Recent media reports have indicated the country qualifies as...

Mark_Morial

The University of Missouri’s New President, Michael Middleton, and the New Campus Activism

By Marc Morial   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – “Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want...

kofi_quaye

Media Coverage of Minority Communities Reflects Bias

Op/Ed By Kofi Quaye   Friday, Nov. 14, numerous gunmen opened fire at different locations, and killed several people. Every indication...

james_clingman

Dearth of Black Media Ownership

Op/Ed By James Clingman   (Trice Edney Wire) – In war, one of the first things the enemy does is destroy his adversary’s...

Jesse3

Convene a national commission on race and poverty

Op/Ed ByJesse Jackson   When the Founders wrote the Constitution, blacks were considered three-fifths human. In a compromise at the...

Dr._Faye Williams

The Color Black

Op/Ed By Dr. E. Faye Williams   (TriceEdneyWire.com) — I remember a time when the worst thing you could call an African American...

Mark_Morial

#BlackLivesMatter: A Rallying Cry for our Times

Op/Ed By Marc Morial   (Trice Edney Wire) – “This is not a moment, but a movement.” – Black Lives Matter Organization...