Truth Every Person of African Descent Should Know
By Franklin G. Jones
How have unity, racial pride, and educational aspiration, once hallmarks of Black identity so dramatically declined? How did we African Americans become living contradictions of our former selves? Do we continue to accept the easy and convenient answer that these admirable cultural traits all merely disintegrated when integration and other subsequent opportunities became available?.......[more]
By T. Duffy
"Hey boy when you finish with all that over there, take care of this." It's probably how the plantation owner worked his slaves to death, since there wasn't any healthcare to save them. It seems to be the same when it comes to the trajectory of responsibilities of this new president........[more]
By Jasmine McGee
Krs-1, Dead Prez, Run DMC, Jurassic 5 and Mos Def, some of the Godfathers of hip-hop. What happened to the days of true hip-hop? I'm talking about the days, when people rapped about political and social issues. Hip- hop in our present society is filled with overused clichés. Rappers usually talk about getting money, women, or murder, it's rare to hear social challenges addressed........[more]
Graduation rate Breakdown by City
A breakdown of the 2005 graduation rates in the 50 largest cities, along with the percentage point changes in this rate between 1995 and 2005. City State 2005 Rate change rate 1995-2005.......[more]
Heirs of the Iniquitous Institution of Racism
By M. Quinn
According to the statutes U.S. federal law; no person shall prosper from; or as a result of the illegal activities of another. .......[more]
The Fox fueling flames of hatred
By T. Duffy
If you think the recent so-called tea party is about taxes, then blacks who have joined in and supported that idea shouldn't be upset when they discover they were duped. Setup to hide the real intentions, since hidden in the rhetoric is a subtle sound of bigotry........[more]
2009 Angersession is Not the 1929 Depression
By Janie McGee
Over the years as a visual artist I have painted countless pictures from photos of the Great Depression. I wanted to document the effect it had on the Black community through the arts. Many of the photos I found revealed the devastating losses and hopelessness of many across the country both White and Black. The overall mood of the country was the start of the depression and times of disparity.......[more]
Blacks and Television: Past and Present
By Steven Malik Shelton
Television became widely available to the public shortly after World War II, and black soldiers, not long removed from the battle fields of Europe and Asia, felt empowered as men and less likely to accept the traditional norms of American life. Sadly, they soon discovered that the new medium of television thrived on many of the same negative stereotypes and caricatures that had dogged blacks for centuries.......[more]
What you Focus on the longest becomes your strongest
$109 Million For Prisoner Recidivism Programs
Conservatives Defend AIG Bonuses
Racism, Pseudo-Science and Charles Darwin
Man and Fatherhood: Something worth thinking about
False Positive: The HIV testing conundrum
White Hair Arrogance, Prudence and Principles
The Quest for Education
Being Clear and Forthright about our Endeavors
A Nation of Cowards
Fight Foreclosure: Make 'Em Produce The Note!
Black Goddesses vs. black bitches
The Patterson Automobile Company
Historical Atrocities and Reparations
Political Transition and Constructive Symbolism: The Barack Obama Era and the Future of Black Politics
Black Americans, States Rights and the Constitution
No More Booty Ads in Source Magazine
The Secret Governmental War on Black America
I saw them all: Full Circle
Time: Does it assess and Change Us?
Obama Primed to Stop Torture
NRA: the magazine that rivals our future
The Murder Of Oscar Grant Is Nothing Unusual
White On White Crime
A Cold Blooded Execution or Inadequate Training?
Criminal Injustice System
Outsourcing American Jobs or Desperately Seeking Slavery?
The State of Black Leadership
To A Penal System Regenerating Character or a Subtle Industry
The De-Evolution of Humanity?
Have we learned to tolerate this daunting Bear?
A New American Chapter
To Build on a New Cause, seek the Recalcitrant
After Obama: Black America Weighs In
After the election of Barak Obama as the next US President, Afromerica decided to gather the sentiments of the people about this historical day. Read their responses
The Quiet Revolution: Black Americas Solution for Complete Liberation defies all mainstream tactics in Black Americas war for equality and liberation from Americas white supremacy oppression.