Jeffery Robinson (right), with moderator John Lentine, of Sheffield & Lentine PC, during a program last week on race in America at the Lyric Theatre in downtown Birmingham. (Ameera Steward Photo, The Birmingham Times)
Black History

Noted ACLU official has talk with Birmingham Bar Foundation about racism in America

The Birmingham Times — Jeffery Robinson chronicles racism in America, and it just so happened that he was in Birmingham not long after 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald “E.J.” Bradford Jr. was killed by a Hoover Police Department officer. […read more]


D.C. March Leaders Lacked Boldness

By Ron Daniels NNPA Guest Columnist I was privileged to attend the March on Washington in 1963, and count it as one of the most profound experiences of my life.  The sheer outpouring of thousands of people, particularly Black people, was a testament to our aspirations Read More


Blackonomics: Economic Freedom Riders

by James Clingman NNPA Columnist “I was tired of giving in.” – Rosa Parks It is always interesting to reflect on certain events that took place in days gone by, especially when it comes to economic issues.  In my entrepreneurship classes, I often use the example Read More