Addressing the Cycles of Poverty, Drug Addiction, Crime and Death, in Baltimore

Addressing the Cycles of Poverty, Drug Addiction, Crime and Death, in Baltimore

Addressing the Cycles of Poverty, Drug Addiction, Crime and Death, in Baltimore

Baltimore City is a gold mine full of talent and potential. Unfortunately, a lot of its talent is wasting away in the grave sites across the city and will never successfully fulfill its originally intended purpose of empowerment and enrichment of its residents. The cycles of poverty, drug addiction, crime...

The Re-segregation of America’s Public Schools and the Reintroduction of Jim Crow

The Re-segregation of America’s Public Schools and the Reintroduction of Jim Crow

The Re-segregation of America’s Public Schools and the Reintroduction of Jim Crow

Who could forget the heart wrenching images of nine school children being escorted into Little Rock’s Central High School in 1957 by federal troops? Their fearless, valiant and courageous march past throngs of sneering racists screaming the most vile insults and threats imaginable exemplified nothing but strength and resolve.  ...

Breaking the Generational Cycle of Fatherlessness

Breaking the Generational Cycle of Fatherlessness

Breaking the Generational Cycle of Fatherlessness

Fathers are the most important leaders in a child’s, particularly a young man’s, life. Through our fathers, we as young men receive self-identity, vision for our lives, and ultimate purpose for our lives. Life is a full-contact sport! Our fathers serve as head coaches within our lives identifying our gifts,...

Local Professor and Author Seeks to Address Social Media Troubles Among Students with New Textbook

Local Professor and Author Seeks to Address Social Media Troubles Among Students with New Textbook

Local Professor and Author Seeks to Address Social Media Troubles Among Students with New Textbook

Metropolitan State University of Denver journalism professor, Alfonzo Porter has come full circle. When Porter graduated from MSU Denver’s journalism program in 1987, he was ready to take on the world. During the past 30+ years, Porter has written for several newspapers including the Washington Post, tenured as a school...