‘Editorial Opinion’ Archives
by Marcia Watson - African American Intellectual History Society Quote by Malcolm X I am a Black woman who is terrified to birth into this world: a son. The fear that I have mirrors the same apprehension many White female teachers have when a Black boy enters their classroom on the first day of school. However, whereas I’m scared for [...]
So what, who cares…superintendent Johnson “resigned” (I know senators Champion and Hayden are celebrating). That’s really not a newsworthy issue. The issue should be, what does this mean for our children in the Minneapolis Public Schools and how fast can we get the district on track with the new and not-so-new board members coming on [...]
NAACP uses Black American tragedies as fundraising tool; when will the organization take real action?
At some point the NAACP must jump start the advancement of colored people. Editors note: Based on the bylaws of the NAACP, the Minneapolis Branch is no longer in operation and there is no president of the Minneapolis NAACP. The national branch in Baltimore, MD has been contacted and no reply has been received prior to this posting. by Don [...]
Human Rights dismissed when police ask questions to innocent citizens. (photo: Okaloosa_Law_Enforcement_Corruption) By Trevor Burrus (This article appeared on Forbes.com on December 9, 2014.) The events in Ferguson, Missouri and the death of Eric Garner from a police chokehold have brought needed attention to the long-simmering problem of an [...]
There will be no indictments of any police for the recent killings of children and black men in America. The grand jury will be told when a police officer feels threatened, his or her survival mechanism kicks in deep from within the human reptile brain; it seeks to live another day. Unfortunately, black and brown people in American are threatened, [...]
Young people across the country protesting against police murdering black folks. In Minneapolis the protests are for more money. Silly, someone got killed.
Posted by IBNN NEWS “A picture can tell a thousand words, but a few words can change it’s story.” More foolishness and fuckery. ...its the silence that kill us first. (photo: #calloutthehypocritesMN) ― Sebastyne Young
Minneapolis NAACP goes Dark with no Election or President – Tonight on The Ron and Don Show at 8:30 p.m. #BlogTalkRadio
So you all want $26 million from the governor and can't follow the bylaws for the NAACP..."MESSAGE MF'S!" The Ron and Don Show have invited NAACP member Randy Staten (unconfirmed) and others to call in and talk about what is happening inside of the Minneapolis NAACP. Tune in tonight (Wednesday) at 8:30 p.m. (CST) by clicking here which will [...]
Open letter to MN Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey: Where is the legislative audit trail for funds used in state tour?
Still more homeless veterans in Minnesota’s cold winter; Educational disparities growing at an alarming rate; police misconduct violating the rights of Minnesota citizens and the civil rights contract compliance units in Minneapolis and St. Paul still do not understand the importance of the 32 percent hiring goal. Lets not forget about MnDOT, [...]
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 [...]