Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Warrior Lawyers Like Lani Guinier.

January 16, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( The amazing attorney, law professor, lawyer, author, and activist made her transition on January 7, 2022, even as Black folks and our allies were engaged in the legislative battle to solidify our voting rights. In the middle of the struggle, a beacon, a woman who loved voting rights and fair representation more than life itself,... [Read more...]

My Best Wishes for 2022.

January 13, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Health, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Most of these are the same wishes that I advocated for in a column for the year 1993. They are as relevant today as they were then: • That we realize that contrary to popular belief, we are not a weak people. In fact, we have many strengths that can be the foundation for a powerful and productive group. We need to concentrate... [Read more...]

Why 2021 was an indelible year for HBCU sports connections.

January 12, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( It’s a new year and greater focus in HBCUs than in there was in the recent past. Today, there are 107 colleges in America that are identified by the US Department of Education as Historically Black Colleges and Universities also known as HBCUs.  Of those 107, three are currently closed. Last year, was a difficult one for one... [Read more...]

5 Ways to Improve Hotel Security.

January 11, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( With a large number of guests and visitors checking in and out of your hotel, managing the security of your organization can be a challenging process. The unpredictability of guests and their huge volume makes your hotel possessions vulnerable to violence, theft, and vandalism, which is why you should invest in your businesses’... [Read more...]

The Greatest Gifts.

January 10, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, News, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( During this holy season of celebration for many faiths, many people spent time, money, and energy searching for presents rather than reflecting on what our faith requires of us. It’s wonderful to share special times and gifts with family and friends, but too many people get overwhelmed by shopping for the material things they... [Read more...]

Why Should an SEO Agency be a Priority for Australian Businesses?

January 7, 2022 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Australia, the world’s smallest continent and one of the world’s biggest nations with a population of over 25 million people, is a hotspot for small and large enterprises alike. So, to capitalise and convert people’s attention to sales and traffic, one of the best moves a business can make is hiring a reputable... [Read more...]

Kwanzaa 2021: Celebration or lamentation?

December 31, 2021 by  
Filed under Business, Education, Money, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( For 50 years, Black people in the United States have celebrated the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Established by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, Kwanzaa is an African-American and Pan-African holiday celebrated by millions. Kwanzaa brings a cultural message which speaks to the best of what it means to be African and human in the... [Read more...]

Impressions of schooling.

December 31, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( My mother is a fierce warrior for education. She is not a teacher or principal. She has never worked in the State House or an authorizer’s office. She has never sold curriculum or owned a tutoring company. What she has done is been a parent. Many parents feel like they need to choose between a school that affirms their child’s... [Read more...]

A 2021 Year-In-Review.

December 31, 2021 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Like 2020, the year 2021 was a polarizing year. Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the greater availability of vaccines for many Americans has led to a “reopening” in many areas of life that were closed for large portions of 2020. The ability to participate and be spectators in sports has increased due to vaccination... [Read more...]

The Infant Mortality Rate and The Black Community.

December 31, 2021 by  
Filed under Education, Health, News, Opinion, Relationships, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Infant mortality, as defined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “is the death of an infant before his or her first birthday.” It is measured by the infant mortality rate (IMR), the number of deaths of infants under the age of one in every 1000 live births, compared with mortality rates of children in other... [Read more...]

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