February 13 – February 26, 2020
January 30 – February 12, 2020
- Health Insurance Remains a Privilege
At the Families USA Health Action Conference, Elizabeth Stone talked about being lucky though she is challenged with Hodgkins Lymphoma. One of the things that make the 32–year–old feel blessed is that she got sick in 2012, after the passage of ObamaCare. Ola Ojewumi, pictured with POH publisher Wayne Young, also shares her empowering story.
- Reverend Barber Thumps Tennessee Governor in His Presence
When Reverend Barber rose to speak, with Governor Lee less than 50 feet away, Barber rolled out thunder. "Politicians can't say they love Dr. King and how he stood for love and unity, but then you deny and refuse to support his agenda."
- In His Own Words: Martin Robison Delany
And had the Americans taken Mexico, no people would have flocked there faster than the Colored people from the United States. The same is observed of California.
- And More
January 16 – January 29, 2020
January 2 – January 15, 2020
December 19 – January 1, 2020
- Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words Exhibition
What else of value could I learn about Rosa Parks by viewing the new exhibit about her, I thought? Instead of depending upon a movie to better understand Parks, I, as CR Gibbs would advise me, encourage you to do your own research. I would include seeing Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words, in person or online.
- Popcorn World Opens in Gary, Black Collectibles in Brooklyn and Baltimore
After opening their first Popcorn World store in Oak Lawn, Illinois five years ago, LeBarron and Nina Burton opened their second company store in Gary, Indiana. BLK MKT Vintage opens in Brooklyn and the Black Memorabilia Show is coming to Baltimore.
- Swing Left Targets 12 States
By focusing on 12 "Super States," we can work on flipping the White House, the Senate, and the state houses that are key to rolling back Republican gerrymandering says Swing Left. Is your state one of them?
- And More