Op-Ed

Looking Beyond Ferguson, Mo.

By Claud Anderson NNPA Guest Columnist   The lack of respect for a Black man’s life, rights and contributions became infused into the nation’s national spirit and codified in the legal and political infrastructure. How the nation should view Blacks was laid down in the Read More

Op-Ed

Blackonomics: Building Bridges

By James Clingman NNPA Columnist On October 11, 2002, we lost a great Black leader to an assassin’s bullet.  Who was he?  Stop reading right now and see if you can answer.  If you cannot, then you are one of the reasons I am writing Read More

Op-Ed

Detroit: Death Certificate or Rebirth?

Blackonomics By James Clingman NNPA Columnist Will the largest city in history to file bankruptcy receive a death certificate, or will this action result in a new birth certificate for the Motor City?  Of course, a city as large and as well situated as Detroit Read More