June 2, 2020 • V. Knowles
Any expression of aspiration not in line with the white man's expectation of a Negro life has not been tolerated. That idea or attitude has had to be stamped out, snuffed out or deported.
May 26, 2020 • V. Knowles
Who knew becoming a citizen has such spiritual, legal, mental and cultural implications? V. Knowles shares how years of double consciousness of being from somewhere and living somewhere else drove him to make an ultimate decision.
May 6, 2020 • Tiffani Knowles
Since states began their social distancing mandates due to this spring’s COVID-19 outbreak, some businesses temporarily closed their doors and some– due to not being able to withstand financial overhead in the face of irregular revenue – have had to permanently close their doors. But, alas, there is another category of business that has earned the distinguished label — recession proof. These businesses have either 1) launched a product that capitalizes on social distancing and safeguarding or 2) re-strategized and pivoted to stay afloat during these times.
May 4, 2020 • V. Knowles
A successful future or life is determined by your reaction when things go south. Hit the reset button.
March 2, 2020 • V. Knowles
How do you explain one beggar who has found an abundance of bread, refusing even to consider showing or allowing all other beggars to do the same? Columnist V. Knowles explains how Stephen Miller, Donald Trump’s longest-serving senior aide, is anti-immigrant.
December 31, 2019 • Tobi Atte
You started a new relationship…or get married and you tell yourself that you are going to focus on each other. Make no mistake, though…there are “other” relationships you are bringing into this new fire love relationship, and these other types of relationships could make or break your love relationship (or marriage) this year!
November 22, 2019 • Anonymous
Inspired by a true story, here is a first person account of how negging, the act of emotional manipulation using backhanded compliments, turns into emotional abuse. Breaking up is hard to do!
November 11, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
I feel like suing Joshua Harris for wrecking my love life. Why, do you ask?
July 25, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
If you live in Miami, you know about Junkanoo and its bright-colored costumes, brass-led parades and calypso rhythms. You know that this festive occasion represents the string of islands just 53 miles east of Miami. But that may be all you know about the Bahamas.
June 26, 2019 • Tiffani Knowles
The third installment of our HOLA America, Hello Culture series about immigration in Miami features Afro-Latinos. Learn the story of how Afro-Latinos struggle with triple consciousness living in SoFlo.