Fifty years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, columnist V. Knowles sits down to have a conversation with Brendt Hill, a man who identifies as a Black American and has lived through the pre and post-civil rights era in America. He believes the dream has not been realized.
Signs of the cross, violent SMH's and a resounding NOOOOOOO was the unanimous outburst that the elementary school students to whom I was presenting made when I flashed a slide of their Donald J. Trump on the screen behind me. They are scared of their president. Here's why
Seventeen-year-old Aaron Avont Johnson premiered his “Moonlight-esque” award-winning film “Lost” on March 10 at Miami’s Manuel Artime Theater and was greeted by an eager audience of fans and local press.
Something pernicious and ominous is coursing through a portion of the Christian movement in America and through the white Evangelical church in America, in particular. Columnist V. Knowles, a black immigrant parishioner at a predominantly white Evangelical church in Florida, shares why.
Many people left the movie theaters with the same emotions….but the emotions many Africans felt were different. Here is what the timely movie of Black Panther did for Africans.
"Black Panther" is without a doubt the most highly anticipated movie release of the year. A $427 million dollar opening weekend shows how Black dollars in America and the rest of the world can go a long way.
There is something obscene about 17 people dying on Valentine's Day, the day during which one offers expressions of love. 14 of them were children who saw all their dreams, hopes, desires and destinies cut short by a barrage of bullets. What is our solution?
I was told once that there is no joy in dating a guy who doesn’t dance. Au contraire. Turns out it can be just fine if you use these 5 tips.
We are all Haitians. we are Africans. We are Puerto Ricans simply because of one thing Trump cannot get: we are all humans. After hearing from Mayor Carmen Cruz, can and should we help the stranger?
Last night, you listened to Donald Trump describing immigrants from Africa, Haiti and El Salvador as people from sh*t hole countries. While you may be convinced that he is right, here's a story of a real-life sh*tholer, from rags to riches.