Upholding Democracy Takes Diversity and Nonviolence

From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Rosa Parks to Congressman John Lewis, many Black leaders have chosen peaceful ways to improve America. This is in stark contrast to the insurrectionists that overtook the Capitol at the behest of former President Donald Trump who intended to disrupt American democracy. As his second impeachment trial begins in the Senate today, Trump must be held accountable for his sedition.


How Can We Make African Reparations Happen?

As we wait for President Elect Joe Biden and Vice President Elect Kamala Harris to be sworn into office, the topic of reparations is on the minds of many in the African American community. While other groups have easily received a remedy from the government for some of the atrocities committed against them, the need for reparations for African Americans is often met with scorn and hostility.