Remembering Mayor David Dinkins

Remembrances are always so difficult to write. Where do I even start when trying to reflect on what David Dinkins, the 106th mayor of New York City, meant to me.

Open letter to: NYC Council Speaker Hon. Corey Johnson and the Hon. Majority Leader Laurie Cumbo

Calling upon the president to lift the Cuban embargo and end the travel ban

Beware of ‘meritorious manumission’ Black leaders!

Meritorious manumission Black leaders are those Black leaders who sell us out for personal gain. They’re also known as sycophants!

COVID-19 is real

As I write this column, daily coronavirus cases continue to rise, and there’s no sign of the virus letting up. New York has seen its cases increase by 73%, Texas became the first state to surpass 1 million cases of ...

Respect Our Supermarket and Retail Workers This Holiday Season

Even in the best of times, the holiday season is very stressful for workers at retail stores and supermarkets.

Happy Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving will likely be a unique experience for many. Countless families are choosing to forego the large celebrations and family gatherings in order to keep loved ones safe and healthy in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.

Adjusting to the new Thanksgiving reality

Is it possible to be safe this Thanksgiving and holiday season? That’s the question that millions of families will be asking themselves during the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday.

URBAN AGENDA: Pain and Suffering this Thanksgiving

For many of us in New York and indeed across the country, this Thanksgiving will be painful.

The Color of COVID-19

This spring, the entire world watched as New York City was the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Biden won: What comes next?

Although the votes have yet to be certified (that will happen on Dec. 14), it is safe to say former Vice President Joe Biden has won a decisive victory over the sitting president.

Ahh––the aftermath of our Nov. 3, 20/20 elections and coming changes

Times are hard on broadcasters. Mounting competition from the tech giants, non-stop political turmoil, civil unrest, elections, market uncertainty, and of course the COVID-19 pandemic have all swallowed 2020 whole.

Washington D.C., the murder capital

The 1990s. Unlawful drugs and illegal guns were everywhere. The homicide rate skyrocketed.

A new day in politics: We can now dress the wounds of our nation

These days the Biblical scriptures of Chapter 8 in the Book of Jeremiah are likely resonating soundly for many of us.

The key to Black liberation ain’t Joe Biden

Our liberation will not come by way of the ballot.

Biden and the Democrats owe Black people big time!

Biden and the Democrats beat Trump and the Republicans because Black people came out in record numbers to vote!