The Importance of Radical Self-Love and Self-Affirmation By Tiffani Jones

Love. It’s a complex feeling and seemingly indescribable force of nature. We hear and see variations of what everyone thinks the embodiment of love...

“Who, Then, Will Speak For The Common Good?” Congresswoman Barbara Jordan

In 1972 Barbara Charline Jordan became the first black member of Congress elected from Texas. Two years later this freshman Representative became a national...

Free Les Nubians Concert

The Artists Collective’s free community concert featuring Les Nubians has been rescheduled to Saturday, January 21, at 8:00 p.m. made possible in part by...

Black History: Looking Back and Moving Forward

A 2015 Black History Month Opinion Editorial By State Representative Douglas McCrory February is Black History Month.  Every year, for twenty-eight days, we take time to reflect...

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Keeping The Faith- Giving Up Is Not An Option! By Shenika Lewis

How strong is your faith? Many times the storms of life come fast and hard. Everything seems to all happen at the same time....

Black Feminism, the Black Conscious Community and the Black Church By Demetrius Dillard

The relationship between the Black Church, as an institution, Black intellectuals and the Black Feminist Movement is indeed beginning to draw interest from Black...

Where are the Allies? By Charlie Costict

April 1st will mark the 184th anniversary of the opening of Miss Crandall’s School for Young Ladies and Little Misses of Color in 1833....