Dr. Wilmer J. Leon makes the case at Your Black Bloggers that we're not doing nearly enough to keep the nation's kids safe from harm.
If you're going to criticize the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, there's plenty of policy to use as fodder -- no need to get personal, argues Dr. Wilmer J. Leon in a piece for Your Black World.
Writing at Black Star News, Dr. Wilmer J. Leon says that the question shouldn't be "What should President Obama do for black America?" It should be "What will black America do for itself politically, and when?"
The Florida special prosecutor needs to do the right thing to get justice for Trayvon Martin.
It's troubling how the civil rights legend's revolutionary message has been hijacked.
It's not just the Cornel-Tavis caravan taking the president to task -- and for good reason.
Proposed cuts to entitlements will hit African Americans especially hard.
Some think she got away with murder, but the great unfairness of our criminal-justice system is what deserves our attention.
Letting the Westboro Baptist Church picket military burials ignores the fact that these ceremonies are private.