Comments of President Barack Obama in his Morehouse College and Bishop E.W. Jackson on Saturday raise the question of when African American politicians embrace their racial background.
Disappointed I couldn’t participate in the re-enactment of the march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. While I’ve been to Selma to see the bridge, I’ve never participated in the Bridge Crossing Jubilee, which has special meaning this year because of the case before the U.S. Supreme Court that asks that parts of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 be vacated.
Some great points about diversity came from the tweets sent from the Schuneman Symposium tonight at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio where Gwen Ifill was the keynote speaker.
CNN Anchor Don Lemon provided several valuable lessons about life, your career and journalism during a February 21 visit to the University of Alabama campus.
CNN anchor and author of TRANSPARENT Don Lemon visits the University of Alabama today in Tuscaloosa, a place where he formerly worked for a short time as an weekend anchor. There are several things we’re looking for in Lemon’s visit to West Central Alabama.
President Obama’s second inaugural address sent many like me looking for a better understanding of why he made mention of Seneca Falls, Selma and Stonewall. I have my answer and expect more from two journalism leaders Wednesday at University of Alabama.
An annual unity mass rally sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Tuscaloosa fell short in promoting a forward-looking vision for civil rights work in 2013.
Musical performances by the group Take 6 and the Aeolians this Saturday night at University of Alabama will provide an opportunity to tap into the rich history of Oakwood University, one of the historically black universities in Huntsville, Ala.
CNN’s “Who is Black in America” introduces all of America to the issue of colorism and the struggles of many Africans Americans with their racial identity. Viewers of the documentary that premiered Sunday night also see multiple efforts to address experience of the millions of bi-racial or multi-racial Americans.
Ole Miss Homecoming Queen Courtney Pearson makes history on a history-making day for the Rebels. UGA grad and WMC-TV anchor Kym Clark, who was University of Georgia’s first African homecoming queen reported on Pearson’s election.