March 14, 2018 • V. Knowles
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.
March 14, 2018 • Tobi Atte
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.
February 27, 2018 •
There is something obscene about 17 people dying on Valentine's Day, the day during which one offers expressions of love. 14 of them were children who saw all their dreams, hopes, desires and destinies cut short by a barrage of bullets. What is our solution?
January 26, 2018 • V. Knowles
We are all Haitians. we are Africans. We are Puerto Ricans simply because of one thing Trump cannot get: we are all humans. After hearing from Mayor Carmen Cruz, can and should we help the stranger?
January 12, 2018 • V. Knowles
Last night, you listened to Donald Trump describing immigrants from Africa, Haiti and El Salvador as people from sh*t hole countries. While you may be convinced that he is right, here's a story of a real-life sh*tholer, from rags to riches.
December 12, 2017 • Tobi Atte
There are some things that seem totally unrelated but can start to wire (or rewire) our mind for marriage. Life coach Tobi Atte shares his list of 7 things that any single can start doing in order to prepare for holy matrimony.
November 22, 2017 • V. Knowles
Unseasonable words have a debilitating effect on our well-being. Here is why Trumpisms hurt and should be replaced.
November 22, 2017 • Tobi Atte
An open letter to the biological or self-appointed parents, uncles, aunties, friends, and pastors who pressure singles about marriage.
October 20, 2017 • Tobi Atte
The online dating industry rakes in about $2 billion a year in the U.S. alone. It is growing in revenue but also growing in questions about it. But, is it safe? Here's what makes it good, bad and ugly.
October 18, 2017 • Tiffani Knowles
I’ve always loved the “Star-Spangled Banner.” My mind’s eye takes me back to the American Olympian who takes the podium, towering above the silver and bronze also-rans. Yet, due to the racist history of the song, standing is not in order.