What would Martin Luther King Jr. say about the quagmire of problems facing America today? His life and his determined struggle should offer us clues.
No, the world is not coming to an end
5 things I did in 2016 that I hope to do more of in 2017
No New Year’s resolutions here, except a resolve to hold onto some things from 2016 that made me healthier and more content.
A last-minute Christmas outing left me caroling, caroling through the town
I left home looking to pick up a few last-minute gift ideas, but a surly cashier left me singing some old Christmas favorites.
Andrew Murray is right; the evidence does not support a criminal charge in the Keith Scott case
Based on the evidence I saw, no court was ever going to convict CMPD Officer Brentley Vinson for the killing of Keith Scott.
Why Donald Trump won’t win
Barring a political cataclysm between now and election day, Trump will lose because of one basic fact: The American electorate has shifted in ways that few of us fully appreciate.
‘Language of the Unheard’
Charlotte must listen to the voices of those who marched in protest of the police killing of Keith Scott. They represent a part of our community that has been too often overlooked.
Clinton Put Trump’s Smallness on Display for Voters to See
In a 90-minute debate with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump was entirely overmatched on issues of substance.
12 Steps to Transitioning From Employee to Entrepreneur: Step 7: Create, Protect, and Sustain Your Brand
This week, I’m continuing my 12 Steps to Transitioning From Employee to Entrepreneur series. Our steps so far: Step 1: […]
I missed you at last night’s protest march
In four nights of protesting following the police killing of Keith Lamont Scott, missing have been the faces I’ve grown accustomed to seeing in uptown Charlotte.
CIAA should move its popular tournament in opposition to HB2
As North Carolina debates the future of HB2 and the very real issue of gender dysphoria, the CIAA must position itself squarely on the proper side of history.
A lesson in what it means to be human: Inside the Sprint store
The young woman was overweight and dark-skinned.The old man walked in on a cane. His thin white skin was pocked with bruises and red and blue age-scars.
Black voters won’t be fooled by Donald Trump’s ‘pivot’
Trump’s stop in Charlotte Thursday evening was a shameless display of political desperation and a hopeless attempt to dupe black voters.
Voter suppression is an ugly art form
COMMENTARY: The North Carolina voter ID law recently struck down as unconstitutional was a clear attempt at voter suppression.
#BankBlackCharlotte: One of the steps to bridge the equity gap
Community organizers across the nation are leading the charge for the black community to start banking with black banks and credit unions, including in Charlotte.
Remembering my mother on this special day
Qcitymetro fitness writer Sondra E. Z. Hines remembers her mother, Mrs. Eleazar Hines Bell, who died 21 years ago from heart disease.