Get ready for a whirlwind tale that moves between fantasy and reality in a boy’s mind.
On Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, I had a stroke that initially left me unable to move my left side. It was my second of four photography assignments for the day. I was scheduled to work past 11 p.m. that night. It took a few years to build up the repeat clientele that I could depend on to build a mo…
Around the nation, and even internationally, special observances of the 400th anniversary of the fateful arrival of “20 and odd” captive Africans are being marked. The captives came from the kingdom of Ndongo, Angola, aboard the ship White Lion “at Point Comfort (modern-day Hampton) in the f…
"Am I my brother's keeper?" Mankind has been asking this question since the beginning. In other words, am I accountable for my brother's or sister's well-being? Should I look after him or her to make sure he or she is doing fine?
Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan, Signature Flight Support, the Miami Dolphins, Atlantic Aviation, Walmart, Target, and Miami International Airport recently teamed up to give away well over 525 book bags and school supplies such as pencils, erasers, sharpeners, composition bo…
Jesus, after having refuted the elite, Jewish aristocracy on their interpretation of the law, found himself face to face with the one of the Scribe whose job was study the law, transcribe the law and interpret the law. The Scribe, having heard the conversation and recognizing that Jesus answ…
When it comes to justice, a famous example that comes to mind is the judgment of Solomon. We remember that he proposed to split a baby in half in order to settle a dispute between two women who each pretended to be the mother of the newborn. The first woman was OK with King Solomon settling …
Toni Morrison, a major contributor to the African-American literary canon and the subject of the newly released documentary “The Pieces I Am,” died Monday at the age 88.
August 2019 will mark 400 years of the first documented arrival of Africans brought to America as indentured servants. Children suffered and continue to suffer cruelties such as sex slaves, forced child labor, physical abuse, and in some cases, human cannibalism in United States. These cruel…
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