IN MEMORIAM: Leah Chase, Legendary ‘Queen of Creole Cuisine’ and Civil Rights Icon Dies at 96

 “Her daily joy was not simply cooking but preparing meals to bring people together. One of her most prized contributions was advocating for the Civil Rights Movement through feeding those on the front lines of the struggle for human dignity,” Chase’s family said in a statement announcing her death. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons / Blake Nelson Boyd, [GFDL (] […]


Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints positioned to provide ‘something real’

     “Poor people are just trying to survive. A church leader cannot openly abuse power and money while people are getting around on buses and bicycles,” Singleton said. “We help our members in need. And after a while, they begin to see that it’s not the church that is assisting. It is God who gives the help. … If we do things God’s way, He will supply everything we need.” […]

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Dear Congressional Black Caucus Members, Fellow Activist, Community Leaders, Politicians, and Journalist:

You are receiving this email because I want you to take another look at the Jussie Smollett farce. This email will also be faxed to members of Congress and posted as an open letter on my blog, on May 29, 2019, so that the public can read it. It will be called: An Open Letter to the Congressional Black Caucus Members About Race-baiting For Votes: The Jussie Smollett Case […]