The March Is On
Last week, President Barack Obama delivered an address, starting a dialogue on how the long path to America's current level of inequality has led us to the wrong place. read story
My Hope for the New Year
It is my hope for the New Year that all members of all cities align themselves with better practices when it comes to diversity, and that they gather together more in an effort to improve race relations. read story
Time to Reflect
Last week marked Thanksgiving, the quintessential American holiday. In part, because it belongs to no religion, it is a day that all people can claim as their own to give thanks, in their way. This marked its 150th birthday.
Addie Wyatt Succeeded Under Triple Jeopardy!
I write this week to affirm my understanding that we don't have to wait for Women's History or Black History Month to talk about Black women. read story
Cutting Food Assistance Is More Than Morally Wrong
(TriceEdneyWire.com) - The U.S. Gross Domestic Product (the value of all goods and services in the economy) figures show GDP per person is $53,211. That's per person, not per family. Those figures also show we annually spend $2,797 per person on food-that's $233 per person a month. read story
The Senseless Murders are Taking a Toll on Community Members
I have been very excited and extremely overwhelmed this week by the many people I've met while dealing with the death of a 16-year-old in our community. read story