The People’s Paper

Until the lion has his or her own storyteller, the hunter will always have the best part of the story. (African Proverb) While thinking long and hard about what my initial message for 2016 would be, my mind went through many suitable topics (Black-on-Black Crime), events (the recent Mayoral election), individuals (Sandra Bland), and issues…

When Political Satire is No Longer Funny: The Houston Chronicle Makes a Major Error

Although I am unsure how the recent political cartoon run in The Houston Chronicle should be termed, however, one thing is certain, the decision-makers for that periodical are glaringly absent in myriad ways — judgment, cultural sensitivity, historical literacy, and the list goes on and on, and on and on. I must applaud the vigilance…

Black Press Power: True Black Newspapers Have Value in a Caucasian Dominated Media

Story By: Darwin Campbell,  African-American News&Issues Photo Credit: www.wallpaperswala.com “In reality of a White racist America they (cannot) speak to our needs better than they can speak to their own needs. It is not reverse racism to strengthen the Black press. People must speak to their unique needs without fear or cowardice.” – The Honorable Min.…