Category : Virgina

Southeast / Virgina - 1 week ago

Democracy in Peril

We are rightfully concerned about two headline crises in America today—the Coronavirus Pandemic and the ongoing epidemic of police brutality towards African Americans. However, there is at least one other major American crisis—the tearing down of our...

Southeast / Virgina - 1 week ago

COVID-19: “Vulnerable Populations”

“How a society treats its most vulnerable is always the measure of its humanity.” By Glenn Ellis TriceEdneyWire.com The CDC stated early on in this pandemic that “vulnerable populations” need to take extra precautions in order to protect...

Southeast / Virgina - 2 weeks ago

Superheroes: John Lewis and C.T. Vivian

“Between Native Americans and the African-Diaspora of Virginia there would be no barbecue down south or out west. It all started in Jamestown over 400 years ago.” — Dr. Howard Conyers, an author, food historian and PBS documentarian Continue reading...

Southeast / Virgina - 2 weeks ago

Hundreds Attend March for Justice at ODU

By Philip Walzer and Harry Minium About 300 people participated on June 11 in a student-organized March for Justice at Old Dominion University to protest the killing of George Floyd and other African Americans. Old Dominion University President Jo...

Southeast / Virgina - 2 weeks ago

City of Chesapeake Issues Oath Of Office 

By Ernest Lowery NJG Community Correspondent CHESAPEAKE On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, the City of Chesapeake conducted its Oath of Office Ceremony in the City Hall chamber. On this day there were several city council members sworn in to champion and ser...

Southeast / Virgina - 2 weeks ago

When John Lewis Met Brother Malcolm X in Kenya

By A. Peter Bailey TriceEdneyWire.com In his book, Malcolm X: The FBI Files, Clayborne Carson wrote about an October 1964 first time meeting between Brother Malcolm and John Lewis while both were traveling in Africa. The goal of Lewis and Donald Harr...