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The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce –final part

It was the late 1980’s, and life was great for...

El Paso, Dayton attacks reveal increase in racism

A Saturday morning shooting rampage in El Paso, Texas on Aug. 3 took the..

The politics of Black gun ownership in the USA

To many White Americans, particularly in the South, Black folks with guns has always been problematic...

The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce – Part 7

Leaving Detroit to take up new residence in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area was...

The old standby: ‘Not a racist bone in my body’

In 2019, most Blacks and people of color would like to believe that, “There is not a racist bone in my body”..

The politics of defining one’s own art

Chloe Wofford, otherwise known to the world as Toni Morrison, has just..

The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce – Part 6

Here we were – racked up with broken bones in the Las Vegas Sunrise..

The politics of potty-mouthing the population into submission

By now, being raised as some of us were, Mr. Trump’s mouth should be...

The politics of the Red Summer, 1919

From July 19-22, 1919, as part of the Red Summer of 1919 (red for bloody)..

The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce – Part 4

When Kay and I were introduced to each other at the Detroit Metro Airport..

The politics of Black athletes dominating unusual world sports

Last weekend (July 12-14), the most popular athlete in Great Britain looked..

Trump levels racist attacks on several minority politicians

President Donald Trump went on a racist screed on Twitter early this week..

The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce – Part 3

My adult life was off to a great start. I was a football star and educated from..

My adult life was off to a great start. I was a football star and educated from..

Besides the predominant problem of the common belief that reparations for...

The evolution of the National Black Chamber of Commerce – Part Two

Harry C. Alfrod and I came from two different worlds. She was born and raised in...