In November 2014, the Cincinnati Branch of the NAACP was scheduled to hold its election. Gill Ford, the NAACP national director of unit administration, and a few corrupt local individuals attempted to suppress members’ votes in order to assure their guy would win, and a local judge issued a Temporary Restraining Order against them to stop the election. Continue reading Blackonomics: Corruption Plagues NAACP State Elections
For many elders who participated in the Black Liberation Movement of the ’60s and ’70s, the burgeoning Black Lives Matter movement is history repeating itself — in a good way. Continue reading Benjamin Chavis Urges Support for Black Lives Matter
“Why would you pick a fighter’s life if you didn’t have to,” asks the old, retired ex-boxer Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone). He would know.
Welcome to Khalifa’s California, an exploration of interesting and little known facts about the state sure to elicit an ahh or ohm; an ah-ha or uh-oh; an oh-my or oh-no.