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by Leslie Recall, The Soul Brother The easiest way to understand communication is to look at the process of communicating. Because the process is continuous and ongoing, it is impossible to capture the process of communication in a single diagram … Continue reading →
Brother Malcolm delivered this speech in Detroit later in the day after his house was bombed earlier. Think for a moment how physically tired he must have been. Yet, he was bound to his calling – to speak truth to … Continue reading →
As resonant today as it was then….
Joe Morgan as “Papa Pope” extemporizes his remarks to a Southerner who supports the Confederate flag on last night’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. As always Mr. Morgan “drops the mic.” Can the church say, AMEN.
By Michael B. Jordan You’re not supposed to go on the Internet when you’re cast as a superhero. But after taking on Johnny Storm in Fantastic Four—a character originally written with blond hair and blue eyes—I wanted to check the … Continue reading →
NPR Staff People make a lot of assumptions based on a name alone. Jamaal Allan, a high school teacher in Des Moines, Iowa, should know. To the surprise of many who have only seen his name, Allan is white. And … Continue reading →
By Miki Turner My mother never earned a college degree, but throughout my childhood she would randomly dole out these pearls of wisdom that gave me a leg up when it came to navigating all the left turns I would … Continue reading →
Tell em Lil Sister!!!
By Danielle C. Belton Author Benilde Little wants black women to know it’s OK. It’s OK to let go. It’s OK to cry. It’s OK to break down. In fact, in her new memoir, Welcome to My Breakdown, she welcomes … Continue reading →