Archive for the ‘Harlem’ Category

Next Friday, May 1st, I will be presenting on research that I have been conducting with Brittany N. Fox (Columbia […]

By now, we’re all quite clear that “Hood Disease” is not only not an actual disease, but that it was born […]

In President Obama’s last State of the Union address he said, “I’m reaching out to some of America’s leading foundations and corporations […]

I was honored to be invited to share a reflection on the passing of Amiri Baraka. His work and the […]

On Monday January 20th, I have the honor of keynoting the 24th Annual Morehouse Manhattan Alumni Association’s MLK Day Awards […]

The Meaning of Mandela

December 15, 2013 · 0 Comments

The passing of Nelson Mandela has stirred emotion around the globe. Recently, invited me to share my thoughts on […]

For the past few weeks I’ve been writing at helping Black boys succeed in school. These recommendations are aimed at […] has launched a Manfiest series which concentrates on issues facing Black men and boys. The series spearheaded by the […]

On Thursday July 26, 2012 President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for […]

A sacred space is disappearing from our communities with too little fanfare: the Black bookstore. Recently, one of the largest […]