Newly released studies by the U.S. Education Department indicate that state and federal administrators recent efforts to improve the performance of public schools nationwide appear to be a step in the right direction, but they still have a long way to go.
As I settle down in bed every night, I gather my thoughts around what has happened during the day and begin to mentally prepare for the next. During this process I begin to silently pray. Recently, I’ve added a couple of items to the already lengthy prayer list. In addition to just
With news of yet another star pro athlete being arrested on gun-related charges stemming from a domestic dispute, it’s hard not to wonder why anyone with so much money would want or need to own a firearm.
Can we really blame the NFL for wanting to protect itself?
Historically, the use of the infamous “n-word” in sports, as in the rest of America, has been largely a black and white issue, but when it comes to pro football in 2014, the issue is all about green.
Dr. Carl Hart is Columbia University's first tenured African-American science professor. He recently releases his book, “High Price”. The memoir and part research book demystify the anecdotal facts most perceive about drugs.
A tribe needs two things – a shared interest and a way to communicate. Chey B. leads a tribe of over 50,000 men and women searching for a better them. He tweets, posts, and blogs advice via the social media gamete. Yet, this wasn’t always his plan.