We MUST Understand: We Have to Protect Our History!

There is a serious history of what we have done as African-Americans as far as building the structure of these United States. Just about...

We MUST Understand:What About Us?

As a native Houstonian, I have watched so many Houston Mayoral races that have largely occurred without any of the candidates taking a moment...

We MUST Understand: We Have Been Called Everything!

Marcus Garvey once stated that “The Black skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of national greatness,” and I could not...

The “Mexican” and the “Mis-Educated Negro”

  Because African-American News&Issues is a publication that thrives off of reporting and addressing current and historical realities affecting our communities; I chose to highlight...

Leticia Van De Putte – Shows Refreshing Touch Coming into Hood

We MUST Understand By Roy Douglas Malonson, Chairman Politicians should be judged by what they do and not for what they say. Getting out the Black vote and...

Why Bill Clinton Will Never Understand the Black Community’s Consistently Inconsistent Position on Urban...

  All of the very public back-and-forth that recently occurred between former President Bill Clinton and ‘Black Lives Matter’ activists over Clinton’s 1994 ‘Crime Bill’...

HONOR THY ELDERLY-

SUPPORT, CARE AND FOOD ARE THY RIGHTS "The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer," he told the crowd as a...

They Call It Independence Day But WE Are Still Not Free!

The words, “independence” and “liberty” are two words that come to mind when thinking on the national holiday that people around this country will...

Black Lives Really Do Matter… and Its High Time Blacks Act Like It.

When “Beefing” Goes Wrong Black People Die. Too many times, people want to get even or settle the score. Whether it is the streets of Chicago...

We MUST Understand: What Happened to Respect

Carter’s Laws for Civility composed by Stephen Carter states that, “We must express ourselves in ways that demonstrate our respect for others.” I agree...