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Beyond the DNC: Philly’s Black People Speak

The Democratic National Convention showed that Philly is definitely a tale of two cities.

How Jesse Williams Praised Our Grassroots Organizers More than We Do

The Black young urban professional class must connect with the grassroots actors in their community and use their expertise, brain power, and resources to make our Nation more self-determined and economically independent.

No Matter Who Wins the Primary, I’m Not Voting for a Democrat. Here’s Why.

Frankly, we just have to create our own table, “centralizing, organizing, and coming as one” as His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I recommended to his fellow African leaders decades ago.

Police Union Contracts: The Ultimate Get-out-of-Jail Free Card

A deep look at police union contracts sheds light on the totality of what legal scholars describe as the egregious legal protections awarded to officers when they inflict bodily harm against civilians.

I’m Tired of Protesting.

Anyone who says differently sure as hell hasn’t had the sense of hopelessness that I felt on the corner of 9th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, contextualized by lessons life thrown my way about what it truly means to be a black man in America.

Black College Students Show the Power of Unity

The daylong event came on the heel of successful uprisings at universities across the country, each one fueled by frustrations about what black students have described as an institutional lack of regard for the daily hardships they endure and white supremacy’s chokehold on higher education.

Residents, Activists Weigh In On Mayor Bowser’s Policing Proposal

"Some [of these] people are just trying to get over their past. They should be given a second chance to prove themselves to society.”

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