Baltimore school tutor charged with child abuse in Trayvon Grayson beating

By Tom McKay, .Mic Authorities have charged a Baltimore school tutor with multiple counts of felony child abuse after allegedly breaking 7-year-old Trayvon Grayson’s jaw and knocking out several of his teeth, CNN reported Wednesday. Baltimore school officials released a statement, according to WBFF, saying they “are working with BCP to cooperate fully in the police investigation … Continue reading »

Baltimore school tutor charged with child abuse in Trayvon Grayson beating

Study Delves Into Wyandotte County Health Divide

By Meg Wingerter and Jim McLean, KMUW Wichita’s NPR Station It isn’t far from the gleaming bank buildings and high-end hotels to the rent-to-own stores and corner shops that stock more chips than fruit. A visitor getting off the highway in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, would pass by a Hilton Garden Inn and several high-rise buildings … Continue reading »

Study Delves Into Wyandotte County Health Divide

Combating income inequality: 3 local, practical solutions to a national epidemic

By Aaron Mondry, Model D In the winter of 2015, Metro Detroiters read the incredible story of James Robertson, a black man in his mid-50s who walked over 20 miles, five days a week, from his Detroit home to his factory job in Rochester. He had no car and no other options. And yet, despite … Continue reading »

Combating income inequality: 3 local, practical solutions to a national epidemic

Black Doctor Says Delta Flight Attendant Rejected Her; Sought ‘Actual Physician’

The New York Times By Christine Hauser Dr. Tamika Cross, a black physician at the Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital in Houston, could not immediately come to the phone on Friday. She was busy delivering a baby boy by C-section. So, yes, in case anyone has any doubt, Dr. Cross is an “actual physician.” But the … Continue reading »

Black Doctor Says Delta Flight Attendant Rejected Her; Sought ‘Actual Physician’

Winburn: 7 council members approve motion to strike institutional racism

By Mark Curnutte Cincinnati Enquirer Dwight Tillery and other Black Agenda Cincinnati leaders didn’t even have to ask. Before the former Cincinnati mayor could make his formal presentation Monday to city council’s Budget and Finance Committee, committee chairman Charlie Winburn announced that he and five of his colleagues had approved a motion to remove institutional racism from city policies and … Continue reading »

Winburn: 7 council members approve motion to strike institutional racism