EW critic Darren Franich shares his thoughts on season 3 of the hit series
Love it for its moral promise. That brave and bold Declaration, the establishment clause, the Emancipation Proclamation, Fireworks and Juneteenth, its Jazz and sweet Appalachian rhythms, its Steinbecks and its Morrisons and all its poets, even the bad ones, its Memphis barbecue and California almond farms. Land-grant Universities that dot the rural midwest. Letter from […]
OAKLAND POST — In the new age of technology, social media networks like Twitter and Instagram are serving as effective recruiting channels. In addition, often times talented candidates are finding jobs without applying the traditional way. These candidates are being recruited by employers through social media because of their highly engaged profiles that display their expertise and skills.
By Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, [email protected] The District of Columbia has lost a history making and barrier breaking politician, as the first Chair of the Home Rule D.C. Council, Sterling Tucker, 95, has passed away. According to The Washington Post, Tucker died on Sunday, July 14, however, the D.C. Council took to Twitter to announce […]
As a member of the Peabody Preparatory Winds, Brass, and Percussion Congregation and Peabody Tuned-In program, I’m given the opportunity to take free lessons at Peabody, have access to unique as well as unconventional performance opportunities, travel across the U.S to teach disadvantaged kids music and other skills, and be on a full scholarship to […]
If we’re going to bring our country together, we need to be willing to grapple with the toughest issues: racism, poverty, opioid addiction and our own history as a country. We can’t separate these issues from the divides that are tearing us apart. In our start to summer newsletter, we feature One America chapters across the […]
The body of Sadie Roberts-Joseph was found in the trunk of her car Friday
In case anyone had any doubt that race politics is a central part of the modern Democratic Party, the decision of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York) to support a bill creating a commission to study reparations for slavery should put any doubts to rest. “The legacy of slavery and Jim Crow is still […]
The chief emphasized investigators believe Ronn Jermaine Bell killed Roberts-Joseph but they have yet to establish “a complete, solid motive at this time.”
The 75-year-old longtime civil rights activist was found dead in the trunk of her car last week.
Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post Law enforcement officials including Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul, at lectern, announce the arrest of Ronn Jermaine Bell on Tuesday. (Travis Spradling/The Advocate/AP). Featured Image [dropcap]A[/dropcap] man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Sadie Roberts-Joseph, the Baton Rouge activist whose body was found in a […]
[vemba-video id=”us/2019/07/16/sadie-roberts-joseph-civil-rights-activist-murdered-orig-jk.cnn”] Activist Sadie Roberts-Joseph’s alleged killer was likely a tenant in one of her rental homes and behind about $1,200 on his rent, Baton Rouge Police Chief Murphy Paul said Tuesday. The chief emphasized investigators have yet to establish “a complete, solid motive at this time.” Ronn Jermaine Bell, who is a convicted sex […]