by Gloria Dulan-Wilson
Wow! That was all I could say when the announcement came across my computer early this morning. Don Cornelius - an Icon in Black Culture for over 30 years - dead, apparently of self inflicted wounds. I couldn't process it, or wrap my mind around it for a minute. Surely there was some error - you know that "the news of his death has been greatly exaggerated" type hope. But there it was.
The great purveyor of everything Soul was gone from among us. Ironically I flas
Congressman JOHN CONYERS 2011 CBC REPARATIONS PANEL FORMED:
TO BE DISCUSSED SATURDAY SEPT. 17 ON REPARATIONS CONVERSATION RADIO SHOW
The panel for the “Reparations Forum” Rep. John Conyers will convene during CBC, (Congressional Black Caucus Weekend) has been released. Though the event is not called a Reparations Forum, it is called H. R. 40: Creating a Dialogue on the Legacy of Slavery. The name of the bill John Conyers annually introduces into the U. S. House of Representatives is H. R. 40; The
Michael Vick—From Vick-tim to Vick-tory
December 2, 2010
Am I the only one who is sick and tired of the media coverage of NFL quarterback Michael Vick—post incarceration? Last July I wrote a column titled, “Michael Is A Vick-tim.” I discussed Vick’s going to jail for nearly two years for killing a couple of dogs.
He has served his time and is now playing football again in the NFL. He has had a stellar season as the starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Since leaving jail
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