For a year now, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused grievous conditions throughout our world.
I think we could have avoided the coronavirus pandemic.
Re “Faith leaders issue BHM book challenge to Richmond area residents,” Free Press Feb. 4-6 edition:
We are over Chesterfield state Sen. Amanda Chase and her middle age Barbie twin, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia.
We have long called for the voting rights of felons to be restored automatically once they have served their time.
February is Black History Month — and Black people just made a whole lot of history.
At the opening of Black History Month, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, or ASALH, announces the 2021 Black History theme — “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.”
As we enter Black History Month, don’t forget Samuel W. Tucker.
Re “Fourth Baptist Church tumult raises concern among congregation,” Free Press Jan. 21-23 edition:
Since Nov. 3, I have spoken to many people who voted for the Biden-Harris ticket. They told me they did so hoping a woman of color would be in the White House and/or because they personally hate Donald J. Trump.
Thank you for your coverage of the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. I was particularly moved by the inclusive nature of the inauguration and the immediate steps to make sure our government values all members ...
We add our voice to those who believe Richmond Public Schools Superintendent Jason Kamras should have no more than a two-year contract extension.
What a difference a week makes.
America has what it voted for.
A white man strolled into an office, settled down in a leather chair and casually put his dirty boots on the desk in front of him.