Colorado Black Roundtable Presses for Records Expungement

Colorado Black Roundtable Presses for Records Expungement

Colorado Black Roundtable Presses for Records Expungement

Colorado Black Roundtable Presses for Records Expungement Organization Wants Records Cleared for Petty Marijuana Convictions By Alfonzo Porter As we rapidly approach the 10 year mark for legalized marijuana in Colorado, leaders in the African American community remain frustrated that officials continue to wrangle with issues such as the expungement...

How African Americans Can Stay Current and Manage Yourself For COVID-19

How African Americans Can Stay Current and Manage Yourself For COVID-19

How African Americans Can Stay Current and Manage Yourself For COVID-19

How African Americans Can Stay Current and Manage Yourself For COVID-19 By Dr. Johnny E. Johnson and Elesa Yihdego The coronavirus pandemic is a rapidly evolving virus that accompanies a time of uncertainty. The fear of the virus is spreading faster than the virus itself. Remember God’s spirit doesn’t make cowards...

The Legalization of Marijuana in America

The Legalization of Marijuana in America

The Legalization of Marijuana in America

The Legalization of Marijuana in America What’s In It for African Americans? By Thomas Holt Russell Social norms can change quietly. Less than a generation ago, tobacco companies embedded cigarettes in our society. Commercials highlighted the coolness of smoking, and celebrities (including sports stars), promoted cigarette use. Elementary school students...

Cleo Parker Robinson: Raising the Beat for 50 Years

Cleo Parker Robinson: Raising the Beat for 50 Years

Cleo Parker Robinson: Raising the Beat for 50 Years

Cleo Parker Robinson: Raising the Beat for 50 Years By Daryn Alexandria Fouther A woman who lifts herself and others is strong and noble. A woman who lights the flame in others to do so is a legend.  As we appreciate the many incredible women in our midst, we celebrate...