Friday, March 24, 2017
Tags Posts tagged with "#DefiningBlackCommunity"

Tag: #DefiningBlackCommunity

In Delaware, there are more registered corporations than the number of flesh-in-blood citizens. The state is the business home to more than 1 million...

What's up with the apparent overt bias in the judicial system in Delaware?  Acknowledging problems exist, October 2016 Delaware held an anti-bias workshop for...

The day after Women's March participation numbers magnanimously dwarfed U.S. Presidential Inauguration attendance count of January 20, 2017. Post-march, there's no getting back to...

Psalm 90:10 King James Bible The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years,...

In 2013 during the second term of the Obama administration, I was fired from my job in the worst way. A horde of angry...

To be referred to as being pugnacious sounds on its face offensive. Yet, being Black in America it is a required character trait.  At...

Former City of Wilmington, Delaware Mayor Baker quipped only '1 in 10' Blacks graduate from college.  And in the same television broadcast Pastor D,...

A Tribute to Prince 'I will die for you' words made famous by Prince take on a special meaning now that he has passed. In...