by John W. Fountain onNovember 2, 2012
The Chicago Sun-Times' John W. Fountain puts his choice to cast a ballot for the "best man for the job" in personal, historical and racial context.
by Michelle Obama onOctober 27, 2012
In an exclusive piece for NewsOne, first lady Michelle Obama puts the importance of voting in historical context and says that in the end, it's not about who wins but who we are as a country.
by Terence Samuel onJune 18, 2009
No, this is not an Onion Headline. Six months into Barack Obama’s presidency, the ultimate good ol’ boys club quietly comes clean and seeks reconciliation, justice and harmony for the American people. Better way, way, way, late than never.
by Marjorie Valbrun onJanuary 7, 2009
It's strategically placed and could hold the key in the general election.
by Hill Harper onDecember 15, 2008
Participatory democracy only works if we participate. That means knowing the rules and watching out for tricks.
by Lolly Bowean onDecember 15, 2008
For all the hurdles we've crossed, basic literacy remains a challenge in many black communities.
by Rose-Anne Clermont onDecember 15, 2008
Why so many expats are coming home to vote on Tuesday.
by Colin Delany onDecember 15, 2008
Why my mom's generation had so much trouble with the idea of a President Obama.
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A top psychiatrist counsels us on managing the stress of history.
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