Straight No Chaser: Why Women Should Honor Their Men
Yes, men do have flaws. But I have seen women abuse power in relationships time and time again.
And, black women, in particular, are the ones I have observed doing this more often than women from any other culture. read story
Something to Think About: An Event with Great Potential
February 16, 2014, my wife and I attended the Roc Awards for the first time. The idea of the awards is an excellent one, because it recognizes the achievements and creative abilities of people in the Rochester area. read story
Straight No Chaser: The Shoulders Lovely A. Warren Stands On
The powerful spirits some black women have been born with have no doubt been the foundation of their travels through life. read story
What Will (Y)our Legacy Look Like?
As America begins the annual ritual of "celebrating" the countless achievements of African Americans during the February observance of Black History Month, I think it makes sense to remind each other that the things we do every day will be the historical recollections for future generations. read story
Faith Strong in Man Freed After 22 Years for Wrongful Conviction
Antonio Yarbough spent the first two days of freedom largely at a loss for words. But the three words he said quietly over the phone in the hours immediately following his exoneration for the 1992 murder of his mother, his sister and a family friend, spoke volumes about the man’s character and faith. read story
Something to Think About: Celebration of Black History
February is here! What does that mean? It means that this is the month that has been set aside to celebrate black history. read story