Hate rhetoric is not a new concept. Having a President of the U.S. accept it as a norm is new. Trump has incited a level of unrest in this nation that may mar its character forever. The power of his words is undeniable.
Lead poisoning of children is a crime of morality. The poisoning of little black and brown children make them victims of a system that lacks a moral compass and a vision for their future well-being.
Standardized testing is at the forefront of the nation's educational attainment agenda. Race and privilege are at odds once again with a backdrop of over a half a million dollars in bribes being paid out on behalf of the children of wealthy parents to win a high stakes game of circle one answer.
President Trump’s “national emergency” appears to be another attempt to obscure the severity of the consequences dealt to children being separated from their parents at the southern border of the United States.
The NRA is a billion dollar business that uses aggressive lobbying campaigns to maintain their base. The consequences of their actions don't matter as long as their pockets are lined with money.
There are many relics in the United States that awaken the senses and create a spiral from the past to the present. Some of us see the relics as an epiphany.
Schools around the country are facing the challenges that also mar the White House: Bullying, name-calling, and disruption. It is incumbent on those in charge of our children to raise the bar.
The recent turn of events steming from the Virginia protests has put a dismal cloud of hate over the stars and stripes with President Trump carrying the tiki torch.
Judge Neil Gorsuch joins his Republican appointees and votes in favor of consecutive executions within 11 days due to the looming expiration date of a lethal drug for Arkansas death row inmates.
Just shy of 100 days in office Donald Trump has offered America a bill of goods worth less than a hill of beans. He has not been able to fulfill one campaign promise.
Public Education is in the grips of the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos and the Trump Administration. The privatization of public education is cause for alarm as it further erodes inner cities.
Trump unapologetically uses hate rhetoric and scare tactics to garner support and spawn division. His actions has placed America in the category of a nation at risk.
Prior to Donald Trump's first few days in office, "Make America great again" had only been a refrain contrived for the unification of his supporters. Now his vision is taking a dismal tone.
Jan. 16, 2017 is marked on the nation’s calendar as Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the inauguration for President Elect Donald J. Trump is on Jan. 20.
Chrysler Dads are on the front line of defense for our kids creating and maintaining a true standard that cannot be measured nor translated into nothing but success.
Public education might be the last resort for children of color to constructively assimilate into American society, but there is an enormous disjoint looming over America’s educational itinerary.
The U.S. and the world are still under the spell of the 2016 Games at Rio. Yet, distraught French pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie compared his experiences in Rio to that of Jesse Owens in Berlin: 1936.
There is no doubt that black males are an endangered sector in American society. There are many factors plaguing black males; however, there is an overwhelming consensus that African American male
America needs to address its ills with all deliberate speed. A total ban on firearms for citizens and law enforcement should be given serious consideration, at all levels of government. It would be