The black African diaspora experience can be best described as an endless pursuit of dignity. From Europe, to the West Indies, to the America, our narrative has been centered around the quest to prove our worth as human beings. You already know our painful stories. The slave trade. The discrimination. The disenfranchisement. Residency restrictions. Crime. […]
If there were improprieties, there were improprieties, and they should be looked at. However, I lean on this being more scoring political points rather than pursuing accountability.
The New York Times published one of the most compelling op-eds I’ve read in months.
There’s one thing that frustrates me more than anything — when constituents like to blame (or credit) economic performance on a President. Since World War I, every Presidential administration presided over periods of growth and contraction. (Well, everyone except Lyndon Johnson). There have been various causes for recessions. Some include the bursting of speculative bubbles, […]