Donald J. Trump has won, but yet you want to call me a “sell-out” coon. Look in the mirror because you’ve been punk’d by being distracted by a non-factor.
Dear Dr. Nekima Levy-Pounds: Please provide a detailed accounting of what happened to over $3 million for the Minnesota African American Museum. You were the chairman of the board and nobody knows (the black public) what happened to the money?
by Michael Graves, Originally posted on the Times-News 6.18.16 I watched at a recent Burlington Housing Authority event where volunteers were being recognized for their work and The Holy Comforter Church had adopted Newlin Elementary…
The Confederate Flag is just as much a part of Black History as the Underground Railroad. Let it be written, let it be told, let it be learned.
“This is what it sounds like when Doves Cry.” ~Prince By Don Allen, Publisher – Our Black News In the mid-1970s, sitting in the band room at Minneapolis Central listening to a conversation between Prince…
Tune in Wednesday at CMAH executive director Dr. Louis Porter joins the Ron and Don Show to talk about the upcoming CMAH Police Community Relations Forum in north Minneapolis. To listen at 8:30 p.m. –…
I was not prepared mentally or emotionally for what happened to me one cold Minnesota winter morning.
Blacks are defined mostly by those who don’t look like us–but have the power to create a destiny for us which should be viewed as an unfair misrepresentation to anyone with the cognitive skills of people relations.
The reason Black Lives Matter has a lot of eyes rolling is not because people don’t care about black people and don’t understand the problem with police.
If united we (blacks) stand; and divided we fall – from the global black perspective, black people in general have fallen, and continue to fall.