Latest From

October 1, 2022 Prayer Life Linked to Better Heart Health Amongst African-Americans

The Mayo Clinic recently released information that discovered that African-Americans in Minnesota who pray privately have better heart health than their less religious or less spiritual counterparts. Assistant Professor LaPrincess Brewer from the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. took the lead role in the study, which conducted research on the […]

Read More
USC Dancer Endures Online Hate, But Why? HBCUs Great, But Not Only Path for African-Americans

Attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have almost become a rite of passage in my family. I received my bachelor’s degree from Southern University and my master’s degree from Texas Southern University (TSU). My parents both received their bachelor’s degrees from Southern University and their master’s degrees from Texas Southern University. But although those […]

Read More
September 22, 2022 Brett Favre Just Bad Guy and Welfare King, Not Hero

Football great Brett Favre might just be a terrible human being. And unfortunately, many people might have ignored it for far too long because of his Super Bowl ring and because he is a good ole boy. Translation: People have ignored Favre’s transgressions because he was a country and conservative White boy in a sport […]

Read More