Mama Zona: She Lived the Dream

Mama Zona: She Lived the Dream

Mama Zona: She Lived the Dream

Mama Zona: She Lived the Dream By Angelia D. McGowan “She’s the strongest woman I know,” said Darnell Ward about his grandmother during her celebration of life service on April 12 at Zion Baptist church. Zona Moore passed away in her sleep at the age of 95 on March 27....

When Leaders R.I.S.E.: Thanks to and Lessons from Real Heroes

When Leaders R.I.S.E.: Thanks to and Lessons from Real Heroes

When Leaders R.I.S.E.: Thanks to and Lessons from Real Heroes

When Leaders R.I.S.E.: Thanks to and Lessons from Real Heroes Op-ed by Dr. Ryan Ross We live in a perplexing era. Many would argue that there is a leadership crisis. It’s a time when common sense is a punchline. Inequity is normalized. The most deserving people lack access. At every...

An Epidemic of Anti-Asian Harassment

An Epidemic of Anti-Asian Harassment

An Epidemic of Anti-Asian Harassment

An Epidemic of Anti-Asian Harassment Asian Americans suffer escalating discrimination and violence By Theresa Ho According to the New York Times, more than three million people have died from COVID-19. The pandemic has shaken the world’s economic, social and healthcare systems. And in the past year and a half since...

Chronicle of Events Leading to the Guilty Verdict for George Floyd’s Murderer

Chronicle of Events Leading to the Guilty Verdict for George Floyd’s Murderer

Chronicle of Events Leading to the Guilty Verdict for George Floyd’s Murderer

Chronicle of Events Leading to the Guilty Verdict for George Floyd’s Murderer By Alfonzo Porter Ever since the video-taped beating of Rodney King in Los Angeles in March 1991, the African American community has born witness to, and been victimized by, brutality at the hands of those sworn to protect...