Without Work All is Rotten: The Most Pressing Present Dilemma Facing Young Black Males

I have always counted myself as one of the lucky one’s to have been raised in a home with a father who was a hard-working member of the United Steel Workers of America. It was this experience with the American Labor movement that undoubtedly led to my studies of Labor History at The Ohio State…

Why Do you Continue to Beg Whites for Recognition?

One of the most puzzling things that seemingly happen every year is that some White Awards show refuses to honor African-American actors, actresses, directors, and producers for their artistic work. Predictably, African-Americans in Hollywood cry foul and charge the Awards show and those who decided who would, and would not, be nominated for an award.…