By Subhashini Coburn You can make your own ice cream in zip lock plastic bag. Because your hands are close just use kitchen mittens or towels. I recently used [...]
By Margaret Gordon After making a commitment to keep the forthcoming bulk terminal coal free, the developer has conducted a deal behind our backs to bring this antiquated energy resource through our neighborhoods [...]
By Troy Williams If you go to the website, gamechangersproject.org, one of the first things you see is a picture of a little boy with an Afro. The picture is titled: “Rites – [...]
I recently met a seven-year-old Steph Curry of the future. Then again, maybe I actually met a Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh, or Matisse of the future.
The horrific, senseless racist attack that took the lives of nine innocent souls while they were praying in the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., points to what can happen when we don’t adequately [...]
On Friday, the Confederate battle flag came down on the South Carolina Statehouse grounds. This symbolic, long overdue gesture has significant meaning. The flag celebrated the sedition, slavery and secession of the Civil War.
By Troy Williams A few days ago, I was introduced to a group of Black Greek letter organizations. Initially, I assumed the organization was comprised of Blacks with Greek heritage but quickly learned [...]
By Darrel Carey Once again we see the new population of Oakland attempting to run the political and economic agenda of Oakland and specifically, in this case, that of the West Oakland community.
By Richard Wembe Johnson, Folsom Prison The senseless demented forces that propelled that young white man to slaughter innocent Charleston, S.C. Black churchgoers, while praying and studying their bibles, is indicative of how far [...]
By Troy Williams California Lawyers for the Arts and the William James Association, in collaboration with the University of San Francisco (USF), recently hosted a four-day national conference, “Arts in Corrections: Opportunities for Justice [...]