www.npr.org By DOMENICO MONTANARO Twitter   President Trump and administration officials are walking a fine line on family separation at the border. They argue they don't like the policy, but that their hands are tied — and instead are pointing fingers at Congress to "fix"...
      Every election is important. It is a time to keep the present leadership or make sweeping and needed changes. This year looks like change is needed. The Oklahoma Eagle urges our readership to get out and vote. Take a...
From The Desk Of Dr Rodney Clark: Dear Board Members     In anticipation of my appearing before you in executive session on June 11, 2018, I want to put in writing a summary of what I have now discovered to be the...
Jack Johnson Finally Forgiven For Being a Man Jack Johnson was the first African American to win the heavy weight boxing championship at the height of Klan activity and Jim Crow laws meant to keep the ugly heel of intolerance...
Remembering Black Wall Street   Living next to the mountains or along a beautiful beach, the splendor and majesty of the place becomes common and easy to think of as less than special. That is what it’s like to remember Tulsa’s...
Retail Racial Flare-Ups Again, Never Let Them Be Common     The editorial pages of The Oklahoma Eagle has lately served as a weekly reminder that naked racism is rearing its head in places unaccustomed to such outbursts of hatred. One might...
Richardson Trying To Copy Trump With Divisive Ads   Republican gubernatorial hopeful Gary Richardson has run for Governor before and in an earlier attempt he tried to win on a single issue of turning people against the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Of...
www.blackpressusa.com By Jeffrey L. Boney (NNPA Newswire Contributor)   If there ever was a time that Black people needed to fully understand the power of their Black dollar, as well as the need to emphasize the importance of putting their money where...
Now Students List What Is Good About Slavery   There are times it seems progress is being made and much of that change is happening in schools. Or not. A Texas charter school decided it would challenge their students by asking...
www.fortune.com By STACEY ABRAMS One of the traditional rites of passage for political candidates is the revelation of financial status–a catechism-like recital of money mistakes made and debts owed. As a candidate for governor of Georgia, I have spent the past few...