Build a foundation with bricks of love, hands held together in the sacredness of unity and you will have roots that will never be dry.
Political tension in this country is nearing a very palpable boiling point. History teaches that the boiling point is almost always followed by violence.
Don’t look away. This conversation will never be comfortable, but comfortable people never changed the world.
I believe pain not only gives you the right to forgive. It also allows us to be reborn as a united people.
A lesson in the courage to face the world as it is, and the strength to carry on.
Alex Yarde has no intention on being the bigger person in a nation that thinks so small.
If we can figure out how to make racism unprofitable, we just might make steps towards eliminating systemic inequity.
The prerogative of those with power and privilege to grant permission to the powerless may be dividing us further.
The icons can still perform, but they have nothing new to say, and nothing to offer as a message for the movement we need today.
Hanging in the Mayor’s Office is a portrait of Mr. Octavius Catto, a 19th Century Black sports star who was killed while seeking to vote in Philadelphia.
We do not need to feel sick with hate, but instead we should feel charged with love for our community.
James Woodruff stands with Colin Kaepernick and other black athletes who are coming together to protest a system that is broken.
African-American rights in Baltimore have always been in jeopardy.
Do we have to respect the opposition’s beliefs if they go against fairness, compassion, and empathy?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men if old and new Black civil rights activists are working together or growing apart?
The house is a rockin’ with chants of #NoBillNoBreak and #NoFlyNoBuy as Dems take their seats – on the floor.