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Making the Black community sustainable

May 7, 2013

By Dr. B.B. Robinson If something is good and it is enjoyable, it’s not surprising that people want it to last forever. We want the goodness to be unceasing. We want it to be sustained. But the sad fact is that nothing lasts forever. Even the cosmos is subject to the vagaries of time and… [Read More]

Community outreach: What does it look like?

December 27, 2012

Rebuilding Our Community Dr. Andrew Calhoun, Ed.D. Much of our American lifestyle centers about being involved in some form of community outreach. It is reflective of what it means to help others, caring, showing compassion, being good neighbors, stewardship, religious faith and following the golden rule. Today, every aspect of our modern society is being… [Read More]

After Newtown, beware fear-driven policy making

December 27, 2012

By Melissa Harris-Perry I was a panelist on an MSNBC show during the noon hour of December 14. When the show began, we had information about a school shooting in Connecticut. We believed there were three people hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries and a gunman who had committed suicide. Scary stuff, but probably a story that… [Read More]