Reflecting on the recent murder of a Bronx teen, News One's Tamika Mallory asks a recurring question about the nation's desensitization to murder in black communities: Would we care more if the victims were white?
Community leaders and pastors should look to Barack and Michelle Obama for an example of a solid, two-parent household as they look for ways to piece black families back together during these perilous economic and social times, Tamika Mallory writes in her NewsOne column.
Black America Web's Tamika Mallory writes that women have definitely made great strides in politics -- just look at the number of women in the Senate -- but there's still so much to be done.
NewsOne's Tamika Mallory urges black voters not to lose momentum after President Barack Obama's historic re-election, saying that we have to keep moving forward to bring about more important changes.
Vital programs for the poor and working class, such as Medicare, unemployment insurance and food stamps, will be cut if the GOP ticket gets elected in November. Which is why voting is so important, Tamika Mallory writes at NewsOne.
NewsOne blogger Tamika Mallory urges black people to take charge of their own neighborhoods and young people in order to reduce the violence that is devastating communities across the nation.
News One blogger Tamika Mallory explores the various ways in which women have been denigrated instead of celebrated during Women's History Month, including last month's misogynistic advice to young boys from Too Short. She says it should not be tolerated.
News One blogger Tamika Mallory says that the re-enactment of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., is an important reminder of how lax we've become about fighting for our civil rights, which are under attack by the right.
News One blogger Tamika Mallory tackles the GOP's racially motivated attacks against Michelle Obama. She cites the lingerie-spree rumor as only the latest example of the party's attempt to deflate the first lady's high approval rating.