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Opinion: The Re-education of President Trump

Opinion: The Re-education of President Trump

By Uchenna Ekwo It is easy for Trump’s critics to label him as racist, narcissistic, ignorant, bigot, arrogant, misogynist, controversial, and suffering from intellectual disability and so on. Regardless of the opinion of his detractors, what is clear is that […]

by · January 16, 2018 · Immigration Issues, News, Opinion
@AlexGomezNYC on Twitter

Gomez Stirs Pot, Racism Alleged

At about ten minutes before 2 AM on Friday morning, Democratic city council candidate Alex Gomez posted another incendiary tweet and Instagram post; this time directed at Morris Park Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj — the presumed frontrunner in the upcoming Council race. […]

Screening of “Divided by Diversity” tonight at 6:30 P.M. at The Bronx Museum sponsored by Justice League NYC.

‘Divided By Diversity’ Film Screening

Screening of “Divided by Diversity” tonight at 6:30 P.M. at The Bronx Museum on 1040 Grand Concourse (165th Street). This event is sponsored by Justice League NYC and will be followed by a panel with the full cast and the director. […]

President-elect Donald J. Trump won a stunning and decisive victory over Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton on Tuesday November 8.

Letter To The Editor — Readers React to Trump’s Surprising Election Win

Readers react to President-elect Donald J. Trump who won a stunning and decisive Electoral Collage victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday. Dear Editor: If I hear one more professional political pundit dismiss President-elect Donald Trump’s victory as “whitelash,” “the power […]

The Dangerous Double Standard for People of Color Playing ‘Pokémon Go’ | via Mic.com

The Dangerous Double Standard for People of Color Playing ‘Pokémon Go’ | via Mic.com

Forget the hyperbole, consider the daily stress of the racial double standard faced by African Americans (even trying to have fun).

by · July 11, 2016 · Cultures, Media and Society, News
Rosa Parks, civil rights activist.

Profile America: Rosa Parks

ROSA PARKS   Profile America —  Adding poignancy to Black History Month, today marks the birthday in 1913 of Rosa Parks, a community activist who became a symbol of the fight for civil equality. Parks was arrested for refusing to […]

by · February 4, 2016 · History, Profile America

Macy’s and Donald Trump

What You Should Know By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz 32nd Senatorial District Macy’s and Donald Trump You should know that it is ironic how people can react in different occasions. Some time ago I remember that I, along with Assemblyman […]

by · July 14, 2015 · Op Ed
Matters Of Faith: From Evil To Good!

Matters Of Faith: From Evil To Good!

FROM EVIL TO GOOD! By: Rev. J. Loren Russell, BA, MDiv Were you distracted by the debate over the Confederate flag that flew over the statehouse grounds in South Carolina? I hope you are now settled in your spirit that […]

by · July 12, 2015 · Daily Living, Faith, Op Ed
Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice

Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice

Polanco Politics: Confronting Dominican Racial Injustice by Juan Carlos “J.C.” Polanco, Esq., MBA Born in the Dominican Republic but stripped of their citizenship, the children of Haitians living there are now being forced out of the only home country they […]