America

When we talk about the United States becoming a global economic power, many discount the role slavery and free labor played in bolstering American capitalism. Author Edward E.…

Memorial Day has long been known as a holiday to celebrate and honor America’s soldiers. It’s also the holiday that officially kicks off summer, which…

For the first time ever, President Barack Obama spoke about the idea of mandatory voting, the Washington Times reports. During a town hall meeting in Cleveland this week,…

New census projections have revealed that white children will be outnumbered by children of color in the United States within the next five years. The rise…

When you take a trip to the far north part of Manhattan and visit what had once been the Audobon Ballroom — now redesigned and renamed the…

It’s 2015 and we’ve started a New Year after enduring a very, very rough one for black people. We’ve had to hit the streets in…

Edward J. Blum, co-author of “The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America” joined Roland Martin Wednesday on…

Dr. Seuss’ 109th birthday is celebrated this Friday. This year, Woodville Elementary in RVA gears up for the Nation’s Biggest Celebration in Reading, “Read Across…

September 11, 2001 was a mild morning for commuters heading to work and without warning our lives would forever be changed. The tragedy struck in New…

Richmond, VA – Today we are celebrating the National Day of Prayer. Millions will pause throughout the day to pray for America, its leaders and those serving in the military.  We ask that today, that you stand in prayer for America and her leaders, shoulder to shoulder with thousands of others in calling America back […]

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on a Thanksgiving edition of Face the Nation that America may have come a long way in confronting racial inequality, but will never be “race blind.”