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Is Black History Month still relevant?

Is Black History Month still relevant?

Mar. 4 |     By Charles Hallman Staff writer   Is Black History Month still relevant? A mix of Black folk from the “young, and young at heart” assembled at Sirius XM’s Washington, D.C. headquarters and discussed this topic early February. USA...

The WNBA: where it’s been, where it’s going

The WNBA: where it’s been, where it’s going

Oct. 30 | WNBA media coverage still far short of equitable                  Second of a four-part series   Although it’s America’s longest running women’s pro league, the Women’s National Basketball Association...

Does it really matter? — Athletes’ sexual orientation none of our business

Does it really matter? — Athletes’ sexual orientation none of our business

May. 8 |     Two weeks ago we learned that the WNBA’s top overall pick is gay. Last week we learned that a longtime NBA veteran center is gay. Neither news item bothered me at all. However, what does bother me is what convinced Britney Griner...

Coming back to natural

Coming back to natural

May. 1 | Introducing a new MSR column that will answer all your questions on returning to natural hair   In the Beginning there was a curl. I’m talking about our “Afro-textured hair,” and make no mistake about it, we were all born with natural...

Tayler Hill moves on up to the big time

Tayler Hill moves on up to the big time

Apr. 24 |       Tayler Hill soon will earn her human economy degree from Ohio State. A few weeks ago, she went on a few interviews and last week got her first job offer. “I never have been on a job interview, so I’m not sure exactly how that...

Resolved: to pop ‘information bubbles’  whenever possible in 2013

Resolved: to pop ‘information bubbles’ whenever possible in 2013

Jan. 2 | National columnist Jason Whitlock coined a term for a certain phenomenon back in October. This phenomenon was seen and heard endlessly during the presidential campaign and throughout out President Obama’s first term: claims that he’s not a real...

Geoffrey Canada creates ‘A Small Army of Love’

Geoffrey Canada creates ‘A Small Army of Love’

Oct. 10 | Harlem Children’s Zone founder gives feedback on Northside Achievement Zone By James L. Stroud, Jr. Contributing Writer   If a revolutionary is a person dedicated to change in any establishment, like a school system, business, or a government...
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