By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Heavyweight boxer Travis Walker will have to deal with his anxiety a little longer. His much-anticipated homecoming has been delayed for a month. Walker is looking forward to fighting at home, hoping to rejuvenate a fan base that he
Special to the Outlook from Trice Edney News Wire A year ago on June 17, a young White supremacist gunned down nine Black parishioners at a historic church in Charleston, S.C., marking the violent start to a lethal year of extremist violence in the United States. In
By K.L. Brown Sepcial to the Outlook The Democratic U.S. Senate race will have more than just two candidates on the ballot this Aug. 30. Coming out of the shadows to win your vote is Pam Keith. You may hear more about her opponents Patrick Murphy and Alan Grayson
By Barrington M. Salmon Trice Edney News Wire Since the US Supreme Court invalidated Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, states that were once required to get permission from the US Department of Justice to enact voting laws have been free to implement limits to voting that activists
By Zenitha Prince Trice Edney News Wire This summer, 168 students and 22 chaperones from Congressional Black Caucus districts will travel to China, as part of a Black education initiative sponsored by the China – United States Exchange Foundation and China’s Ministry of Education in collaboration with its partners.
Special to the Outlook President-elect of 100 BMOTA, Eric Friall, President Emeritus of the national 100 Black Men of America, Inc., Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. and current President of 100 BMOTA, Ronald M. Joe, Sr. were all on hand to congratulate the scholarship winners. Promoting one of their “4 For
[subtitle]FAMILY OF THE MONTH[/subtitle] By Sean Sanders Outlook Writer Every marriage has ups and downs, the true test is to look at marriage always as a glass closer to full than empty. While it is true that time heals all wounds, it also sets the wet cement of
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer A conversation almost a decade ago between an African student and Dr. Eva Wanton, who at the time was in-charge of FAMU’s international student program, has brought technology to the
By Taralisha M. Sanders Special to the Outlook Never stopping to realize the blessing that has already taken place, we oftentimes wake up worrying about what the day will bring. We think about things that are beyond our control and suddenly find ourselves in a state of deep despair.
By James Clingman George Curry Media Have you ever wondered what happened to Black Power? Remember the days of the clinched fist, the afro, the dashiki, and black berets? Remember Stokely Carmichael, Angela Davis, Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, H. Rap Brown, and the Black Panthers?