America is a corporation – not a nation of laws or an ideal. Like the New Jack City generation says … it’s all about the money yo!
Notwithstanding the popular depiction of preachers who reside in sprawling mansions, drive classic cars and enjoy lavish lifestyles as seen on “Preachers of L.A.,” ministers of the Gospel are actually called to serve and to advocate for the poor.
Editor’s note -- Nov. 14 is World Diabetes Day and celebrity chef and diabetes advocate, Charles Mattocks will be in Atlanta to talk with fellow diabetics and their families about the disease that afflicts more than 30 million Americans.
America just celebrated the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s great “I Have a Dream” speech.
2013 M.L. King High graduate Nicole Watson explains why new principal Kerby Bullard will help her alma mater become one of the best, most academically successful schools in DeKalb County.
A Decatur reader heard the Aug. 20 shooting at McNair Learning Academy from his backyard.
Former chairman of the DeKalb School Board and District 9 representative Dr. Eugene “Gene” Walker, whose suspension was upheld on July 31, explains why quitting is not an option.
Reader Elrado Ramsay, of Decatur, says the February 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin was not a race-based murder and could have been self-defense.
A Clarkston reader explains why President Obama's July 19 press briefing about the George Zimmerman verdict could be a watershed event in the history of race relations in America.
A poem by human rights activist and CEO of Hosea Feed the Hungry, Elisabeth Omilami.
Lithonia resident Faye Coffield sounds off on the Stonecrest cityhood movement.
The deaths of Trayvon Martin and Emmett Till, who was murdered 58 years ago, both galvanized the nation, drew sympathy and disbelief across racial lines, and, through the popular media, prompted a re-examination of race relations.
This month’s celebration of America’s birthday and its founding principle of freedom is a reminder of the role of African-Americans in establishing the United States and ensuring the liberties that we enjoy today.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in her blistering dissent against the court’s ruling that declared Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act unconstitutional last week, said “Throwing out preclearance when it has worked and is continuing to work to ...
All things considered, I am encouraged by Friday’s administrative hearing in Judge Maxwell Wood’s courtroom. It was in his venue that any scrutiny whatsoever was given to the blatantly false AdvancED/SACS report which has caused irreparable damage to the DeKalb ...