Howard University President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, who is also a physician, has a preliminary diagnosis for America’s condition while fighting the coronavirus. “I would say the patient is critically ill, but it is a […]
Chicago’s summer of unrest because of strained relations between the police and minorities continued unabated this past weekend, with protesters clashing with authorities and police releasing videos of those who looted high-end stores in the […]
Black Lives Matter, they say. His life mattered, they say, until a police officer decided it didn’t. They say. Minneapolis is the latest U.S. city whose threads are fraying and burning over race relations. Protesters […]
Echoing what’s become a slogan for Black Lives Matter protesters, a stocky security guard yelled “I can’t breathe” as he was tasered seven times during his arrest earlier this summer, resulting in his death. George […]
Film Review by Kam Williams Lifelong Friendship Tested by Police Shooting in Bay Area Buddy Dramedy Collin (Daveed Diggs) and Miles (Rafael Casal), who are black and white, respectively, have been best friends since […]
The “Where’s Daddy?” Interview with Kam Williams Renaissance Brother! Rel Dowdell is a screenwriter, film director and producer, as well as an English/screenwriting professor. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he received his B.A. in […]
JACKSON, Mississippi (AP) — Jackson police have arrested a teenager in the slaying of 56-year-old bass fisherman James “Jimmy” Johnson on Sunday at a local motel.
Police say in a news release Wednesday that the 17-year-old was arrested Tuesday and charged with capital murder. The teenager is being held in jail pending an initial court appearance…. […]