MLK Breakfast to tackle timely themes Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Ernie Pitt, publisher of The Chronicle, is presenting this question as the topic for discussion at the newspaper’s 2015 Dr.
“Hands Up,” “Black Lives Matter” and “I Can’t Breathe” have become ubiquitous, a rallying cry for legions disheartened and dismayed by excessive police violence and society’s willingness to turn a
By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for Time Distributed via NNPA In 1971, a riot broke out at the Attica Correctional Facility in New York during which prisoners demanded more political rights and better
Ever since President Obama was elected, the Republican Party and many white Americans have had to face their unresolved racism and prejudice. The GOP, in particular, has exhibited a throwback
(Above: The Tate’s ‘wall’ as it looked last week. Part of Wingz and Spirtz’s patio – with the black benches
Excerpts from the movie “42” will be shown during a Presbyterian Interracial Dialogue event on Sunday, Aug. 10 at 5
When the Koch Foundation gave the United Negro College Fund $25 million, it set off a maelstrom of comments in
Personal stories highlight YWCA initiative (pictured above: Gateway YWCA Board Member LaShonda Hairston speaks on the history of the Historic Oak Grove