Bill Turner Guest Columnist “I think they’re all going to hell in a hand basket,” snapped my grandmother, then 70 years old in June 1966, when I asked her what
This past Sunday was Father’s Day, a time we celebrate fathers. In many churches across the land, preachers make the distinction between the fathers who merely gave their chromosomes to make children and the fathers who give love to young people, with or without his chromosomes being involved.
This man is seriously ‘unhinged;’ no name needed To The Editor: The man has become seriously unhinged. Congratulating himself on predicting an Orlando-type massacre; consistently hyper-inflating the number of Muslim refugees allowed
By Darrell Allison, Guest Columnist Leaders in the North Carolina Senate recently released a budget which seeks to expand the Opportunity Scholarship Program over the next decade. Bold and timely, I
By Mildred Robertson, Guest Columnist I sat last night [June 6] and watched in disbelief as MSNBC and other news
Recently, some grantmaking nonprofits announced new leadership for their organizations. At least two of the groups have or will have African-American leaders.
Letters to the Editor for the week of June 16th 2016.
The conversation, the jokes, the pain, the peace, the staff, her final wishes and her admiration of me have changed me forever.
I have not been able to say Happy Father’s Day to my dad because he passed away and went to heaven over 30 years ago.
I have been blessed to watch and gain awareness from the light of Muhammad Ali from the time it was a blinding flash, a sunny beam of hope, to the long stretch during which time it flickered and shook, and then, last week, when it was extinguished.