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Matthew Little: a selfless servant

Matthew Little: a selfless servant

Feb. 6 | By Maurice J. Rhodes Contributing Commentator   Exponent: ally. Matthew Little was a visionary who sought out to right the injustices that curtailed the advancement of his people. Although he helped achieve many of the civil rights landmarks...

Local civil rights leader Matthew Little passes

Local civil rights leader Matthew Little passes

Jan. 29 |     By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer Matt Little is gone, leaving a legendary legacy. He was widely renowned and will be well remembered as a Civil Rights Era icon who held a soul-deep commitment to empowering the African American community....

Cecil E. Newman documentary honors MSR founder’s birthday

Cecil E. Newman documentary honors MSR founder’s birthday

Jul. 18 | Beginning Wednesday, July 25, A Black History Chronicle Exclusive — Cecil E. Newman: The Friendship, the Life and the Legacy, a documentary produced by ShenaBarber.com Productions, will air on a number of websites and local cable channels. This...

A pre-revolution football memory

A pre-revolution football memory

Jan. 18 |     As a tribute to the memory of one of the finest sportswriters that this area has seen, Kwame McDonald, I thought I would devote my return column to a sports story of mine that depicts the picture of sports in the past and today. The...