‘Editorial Opinion’ Archives
Minnesota’s training president Louis King to be guest on The Ron and Don Show – Tonight at 8:30 p.m.
Louis King, President of Minnesota's black community. Take your medication and make sure refills are available at your local drug store. It's time to get some answers and field questions from our listeners. Summit Academy OIC’s Louis King, a decorated Army veteran, advocate for education in the black community and businessman will be our [...]
Marxism again? Community Activists wait for $26 million payday; maybe they should start looking for a job
“The writer must earn money in order to be able to live and to write, but he must by no means live and write for the purpose of making money.” ~Karl Marx Which one of our people will oppress us this month? by Don Allen, Founder - IBNN According to several definitions of Marxism, it builds on a materialist understanding of societal [...]
IBNN Editors note: I wrote this article over two-weeks ago for the Hamline University Oracle newspaper where I am the senior columnist. Editor's (students) have refused to run this story. This is a reflection of the current status of race, color and class constructs where some are hesitant to talk about what's really going on. “Say it loud, [...]
OurBlackNews Exclusive: Excuse me MAAM…what happened to the money for the Minnesota African American Museum? Lawsuit filed in Hennepin County – $129,000.00 (See the full lawsuit posted below)
The lawsuit. To read the fill filing including the lien, click on the photo above. Also Read the following reports: 1. Will the Minnesota African American Museum become another embarrassment to Black Minnesotans? 2. Minnesota African American History Museum in deep doo-doo: Excuse me MAAM, what happened to the money? 3. Minnesota [...]
Also see: Trial set for Benton Harbor, Mich., activist Rev. Edward Pinkney Rev. Edward Pinkney criminalized again, under house arrest in Benton Harbor, Mich. Benton Harbor activist appeals for support in fight against frame-up Racist injustice in Michigan Six unelected men deliver blow to Civil Rights By Abayomi Azikiwe - [...]
It doesn't matter where you live. You will have an opportunity to vote for either one, or two of the following candidates. Understanding politics is understanding that an upset can happen anytime. All it takes are the people of Minnesota to join in resetting politics as usual. Here is my list for the 2014 campaign cycle. If I missed you, you did [...]
Dr. Jack Shepard: The 2014 write-in candidate for U.S Senate who has done more in two-months than Senator Al Franken has in two-years
On Nov. 4 you have a choice. Don’t make the wrong one. IBNN NEWS Voter Education Write in Jack Shepard for US Senate 2014 Minneapolis, Minn. - Just because you are black and live in Minnesota does not mean you have to vote for the endorsed DFL candidate for any position. As far as the Republican candidate, not once did Mike McFadden [...]
By SARAH VARNEY -Politico Mississippi burned? No surprising. (Photo: Politico Magazine - Fair Use) The lunch rush at Tom’s on Main in Yazoo City had come to a close, and the waitresses, after clearing away plates of shrimp and cheese grits, seasoned turnip greens and pitchers of sweet tea, were retreating to the counter to cash out and [...]
Violence comes in many forms. (Photo: unveiledandunweaved.wordpress.com - Fair Use) IBNN NEWS related story: IBNN Exclusive: Jack Shepard files federal complaint with U.S. Department of Justice against Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau and others October 28, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 28, 2014 By Jana Kooren, [...]
Hamline University professor David Schultz is guest analyst on The Ron and Don Show – Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
Hamline University political science professor David Schultz. (photo: Fair Use) To listen on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. CST, click here. By IBNN NEWS on #BlogTalkRadio Join the award winning BlogTalkRadio program The Ron and Don Show with co-hosts Ronald A. Edwards (Minnesota historian, civil rights activist, television host and the most [...]