Have you ever wondered how so-called nobodies land interview slots on CNN, MSNBC, OWN or TBN? The quickest answer is a publicist. The smartest answer is media mentoring.
In our post-modern, post-truth society, it seems that the rules have all been changed in modern American politics. Situation ethics makes what our administration does okay.
In Evangelical America, we are still struggling to arrive at the position where we will be considered “full” brothers, not mere brothers, or “secondary subordinate, servants to our white saviors.” Read the story of two struggling missionaries of color.
The new hit TV show on the CW “Black Lightning” just concluded its first season, addressing black empowerment, systemic poisoning of a community, police misconduct and corruption.
Kendrick Lamar is the first hip hop artist to win the music Pulitzer Prize. He was awarded this 100-year honor, that most associate with achievements in journalistic excellence, for his 14-track "Damn."
Fifty years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr, columnist V. Knowles sits down to have a conversation with Brendt Hill, a man who identifies as a Black American and has lived through the pre and post-civil rights era in America. He believes the dream has not been realized.
Signs of the cross, violent SMH's and a resounding NOOOOOOO was the unanimous outburst that the elementary school students to whom I was presenting made when I flashed a slide of their Donald J. Trump on the screen behind me. They are scared of their president. Here's why
Seventeen-year-old Aaron Avont Johnson premiered his “Moonlight-esque” award-winning film “Lost” on March 10 at Miami’s Manuel Artime Theater and was greeted by an eager audience of fans and local press.
Something pernicious and ominous is coursing through a portion of the Christian movement in America and through the white Evangelical church in America, in particular. Columnist V. Knowles, a black immigrant parishioner at a predominantly white Evangelical church in Florida, shares why.
Many people left the movie theaters with the same emotions….but the emotions many Africans felt were different. Here is what the timely movie of Black Panther did for Africans.