Redefining Suffrage, Unerasing Black Women

By Gwen McKinneyBlackPress USA Sojourner Truth. Harriet Tubman. Ida B. Wells. Shirley Chisholm. Rosa Parks. These household names, spanning a couple of centuries, qualify for the Suffrage Hall of Fame. Almost a buzz word synonymous with the Year of the Woman, in 2020 the centerpiece of suffrage will be marked by the 100th Anniversary...

The Black Opinion on Trump’s Impeachment

NNPA Newswire As Democrats around the country protest and raise their voices to impeach and remove President Trump, the Congressional Black Caucus and other Black Caucuses’ are silent. Representatives such as Rep. Maxine Waters, and the late Rep. Elijah Cumming have been in the forefront of the impeachment inquiry. But the...

WILL MONEY RULE IN THIS PRESIDENTIAL RACE?

Democrats started this Presidential campaign season with more than 20 candidates.  Eventually, it dropped to about a dozen, with, so far, only five of those "qualified" to appear on the next debate stage.  But debate performance doesn't seem to matter much. Both Senator Kamala Harris and former Obama cabinet member Julian Castro...

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING: Local Women’s Organization Pens Open Letter to New Mayor In Support of Warren Riley

To:       Mayor Latoya Cantrell The officers and members of Women on the Move, Women Standing Up Organization enthusiastically exercise our rights of freedom of speech in support of Warren Riley to lead the City of New Orleans Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security. At this crucial point in New...