Dr. Boyce Watkins writes on Black Blue Dog that from a university professor's perspective, the money made on the backs of students who should be focusing on their education is unfair and harmful.
Dr. Boyce Watkins denounces white media takeovers of black publications in a blog post at Black Blue Dog, saying that Essence magazine was once filled with empowering stories, but now it is replete with images of what white people want black women to become.
In an opinion piece for EURweb, Dr. Boyce Watkins asks why black Christians are being scrutinized so much more intensely than their white counterparts when it comes to views on marriage equality.
News One blogger Dr. Boyce Watkins tries to make peace with the image of several Georgia teens proudly displaying their baby bumps, apparently as part of a pregnancy pact.
In an op-ed for NewsOne, Dr. Boyce Watkins analyzes a CNN study about children's racial attitudes and urges a deeper look.
Part of the reason African Americans and the GOP do not gel politically, News One blogger Dr. Boyce Watkins says, is that the party is led by extremists like the current crop of presidential candidates.
President Barack Obama's accomplishments have made it difficult for the GOP to find a viable candidate to run against him. Hence the mixed results on Super Tuesday, writes News One blogger Dr. Boyce Watkins.
News One blogger Dr. Boyce Watkins explores how we should "properly contextualize President Obama in black American history" after his White House win. The answer is not cut-and-dried, he says.
News One blogger Dr. Boyce Watkins says that the Obamas risk appearing like minstrels and should stop performing and instead focus on leading the country during this election year.
In a blog entry at News One, Dr. Boyce Watkins addresses the flap regarding XXL and Too Short, saying it is sad that teaching various forms of sexual aggression has become the new way to "keep it real."