Too Rich to be Poor Creating Sustainable, Long Term Economic Wealth in the Black Community

Too Rich to be Poor Creating Sustainable, Long Term Economic Wealth in the Black Community

Too Rich to be Poor Creating Sustainable, Long Term Economic Wealth in the Black Community

Not long ago, President Trump reportedly referred to African nations as “s-hole” countries.  Not even the most gifted public relations pundit could put a positive spin on being compared to a pool of human feces. Clearly, the president’s disdain for Black countries and Black people, in general, has long since...

The Pursuit of Excellence

The Pursuit of Excellence

The Pursuit of Excellence

Judge Wiley Daniel, a true role model for all children of color, is a prime example that the color of one’s skin should not, and does not put a limit on what he or she can accomplish in life.  A law school graduate of Howard University, in Washington, D.C., Judge...

Panel of Five to Present at Genocide  and Slavery Conference at MSU Denver

Panel of Five to Present at Genocide and Slavery Conference at MSU Denver

Panel of Five to Present at Genocide and Slavery Conference at MSU Denver

In the United States, it is relatively easy to ignore the devastating global atrocities that are slavery and genocide. While hundreds of thousands of people are being enslaved and murdered worldwide; Americans reside far enough away to consider the epidemic “out of sight, out of mind,” even though slavery is...

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

DUS Colorful Stories: See Me, Hear Me

Ruth Boyd Elder abuse and neglect affect one out of six adults over the age of 60. Healthcare professionals and human rights activists are scrambling to prevent the mistreatment of this vulnerable population, but unfair exploitation and abuse are the norm for many in the world’s elderly population, with rates...