HOUSE CALLS by Dr. Deas—Young African Americans are at risk. They are not only dying physically but also mentally. They apparently feel that there is no hope for their future. We have to address this dismal state immediately if we are going to survive as a people.
LET’S DO BETTER by Brenda Robinson College football season has opened and football fans are geeked. Excitement is in the air. There is something magical about Saturday afternoon football. Whether the crowd’s loudest roar comes from the precision stepping of a Big Ten Marching Band or the acrobatic, soulful, stepping of a drum major from […]
During my time of employment at CANI, I have had the good graces and fortune to work a person whom I believe to be the most inspiring, kind, innovative, knowledgeable, analytical and equable across the board with all people manager in the world, Mrs. Pamela Mason, and it is she I would like to highlight in this article.
Let’s Do Better by Brenda Robinson A wise man, a personal friend, made a truthful analogy. He said, “when a person makes the statement, ‘If I were you, I would have done so and so,’ that message has no validity.” This wise man responds to such a statement with, “No, if you were me, you […]
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus inherited a simple mission: stop inflaming racism and expand the voter base beyond white, male America. Like so many Republicans before him, Priebus repeatedly gets in his own way in his attempts to appeal to blacks and other minority groups.
THE HACKLEY REPORT by Eric Donald Hackley The only state of politicians better at re-writing history than those in Texas are those located in Indiana. Texas has only totally reframed slavery, equating it with being an unpaid intern. Indiana on the other hand, has literally deleted Indians from Indiana history and out of Indiana public […]
Author of ‘King—The Dream Revisited’ revisits work 20 years after debut By Minister Servant LeRoy Page Special to Frost Illustrated After reading several newspaper articles and watching station after station of TV news reports concerning black on black crime and violence 20 years ago, I thought “What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm […]
ROAD RULES by the Rev. Anthony Payton—Learning to collaborate and whom to collaborate with is essential to our destiny. Leadership has very little to do with starting out with the smartest, wisest or the most talented. Anyone can make brick with straw. The true test of leadership is making brick without straw.
UP CLOSE WITH JEANIE by Jeanie Summerville Part 2 of 2 Click here to read Part 1 What’s up, babies? I hope, that all is well with you and yours, as we continue on our journey of love to get to know one another better. And, on this journey, I can’t say enough about how […]