Editorials

‘Election protection’ was a part of his, “I Have a Dream” initiative

The civil rights struggle wasn’t only concerned with racial equality. It was about increasing American democracy, reestablishing Black voting rights, thus open handedly giving new meaning to American democracy and shutting down segregation. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. a prophet, played a vital role in all of the aforementioned areas and transitioned to glory before their completion. […]

Editorials

Why Are Elected Officials Silent When It Comes To Protecting Your Vote?

What should be of concern to all of us is the lack of interest and hands-off approach County Commissioners have shown in ensuring upcoming elections are secure and their results have integrity. Their approach to these issues is especially troubling, considering the wide-scale hacking attempts discovered during and after the 2016 election (including at least two counties and key vendor located in Florida) and warnings from intelligence and security agencies, of continued cyber-attacks. […]

Editorials

Roaches and sins somewhat akin

Just like you spray for roaches you got to pray for sin. As you keep food stuff from roaches, you got to keep away from temptation as you keep areas clean from roaches keep the corners of your mind clean by praying and studying and being mindful of what adds to the attracting of sin. […]

Editorials

When the community comes together, we can communicate and eradicate injustice in education

      To everyone who had anything to do with the success of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Town Hall event. From the people who cleaned up the venue to the representatives of the National Newspaper Publishers Association,  to each panelist and program participant and every voice that reverberated in the halls and auditorium of African American Research Library and Cultural Center along with the prayers that cover the grounds for the success of this event. […]