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White churches have a moral responsibility to stand up

January 4, 2019

In 2019, we will commemorate 400 years since the first 20 slaves were transported by ship from Africa by White slave traders and landed in Jamestown, Va. Now four centuries later, race remains a central dividing line. Today, for example, the racial wealth gap exposes a stark difference. The median wealth of a White household […]


Will you join the crusade for Bennett College?

December 28, 2018

Bennett College for Women is an oasis where we educate and celebrate women and develop them into twenty-first-century leaders and global thinkers. That was my elevator speech in the five years, from 2007 through 2012, when I led the college. It is still an oasis, a safe space for Black women and others who embrace […]


“Green Book” – Not our story; His-story, their fiction

December 21, 2018

“The greatest struggle of any oppressed group in a racist society is the struggle to reclaim collective memory and identity. At the level of culture, racism seeks to deny people of African, American Indian, Asian and Latino descent their own voices, histories and traditions. From the vantage-point of racism, Black people have no story worth […]


Don’t let small dollar loans ruin your holidays

December 14, 2018

In this wonderful time of the year when family and friends gather in good cheer to celebrate the holidays, nearly everyone has a number of lists. From greeting cards to shopping for gifts, decorations and more, lists are made and reviewed to keep pace with the barrage of seasonal activities. But if holiday lists seem […]


The devastation of voter suppression

December 7, 2018

As we’ve looked at the races for U.S. Senate and Governors of States, many of us are absolutely certain the wrong person was credited with the victory. Looking at all the voter suppression that so brazenly took place in the last Presidential race and the races mentioned in the most recent election, I am absolutely […]


Does Democratic takeover of the house mean the ACA is safe?

November 30, 2018

“I’m signing it for 11-year-old Marcelas Owens, who’s also here. Marcelas lost his mom to an illness. And she didn’t have insurance and couldn’t afford the care that she needed. So in her memory he has told her story across America so that no other children have to go through what his family has experienced […]


Democrats must address voting irregularities

November 21, 2018

In the days after midterm Election Day, November 6, 2018, you could not turn on a television or even have a conversation without hearing about aspects of voter suppression, voting irregularities, or merely extreme voting inconvenience. The lines were long, according to most reports, with too few voting booths at too many places. I waited […]


Dr. Lenora B. Fulani: Independent political pioneer

November 2, 2018

In 1988, educator and independent political pioneer, Dr. Lenora B. Fulani become the first woman and the first African American to have gotten on the ballot in all fifty states and the District of Columbia running for President of the United States. Notably, Fulani accomplished this twenty years before President Barack Obama was elected to […]


Enough is Enough. VOTE!

October 26, 2018

“After years of preclearance and expansion of voting access, by 2013 African American registration and turnout rates had finally reached near-parity with White registration and turnout rates. African Americans were poised to act as a major electoral force. But, on the day after the Supreme Court issued Shelby County v. Holder, eliminating preclearance obligations, a […]


Peacemaker Endorsements

October 26, 2018

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 1 G.K. Butterfield U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 2 Linda Coleman U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 5 Denise Adams U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 6 Ryan Watts U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 12 Alma Adams U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 13 Kathy Manning NC SENATE DISTRICT 24 JD Wooten NC […]


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