Tuesday, 14 January 2014 22:34
Each year as January 15 rolls around, we are reminded that Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. lived. He preached the word of God and helped the world to understand what love of fellow man was about, and then he died, leaving the work of spreading equality to the rest of us.
Wednesday, 08 January 2014 13:09
When I have occasion to mentor young people, I always advise them to read a newspaper every day. The purpose is to keep up with what is happening in the world and keep improving their reading skills. An example of the benefits of reading newspapers was demonstrated this past weekend. I discovered that Cal State Los Angeles, along the bastion of producing Black college graduates, has a new President, William Covino. He replaces James Rosser who was there 34 years.
Tuesday, 31 December 2013 13:38
2013 has ended with a BANG for my family. 2014 holds the blessing of a positive year for our family and for America. On December 11, 2013 my granddaughter was hit by a car who ran the red light causing her 2005 car to turn over onto its left side and then flip back up on its four wheels. Her left rear axle, wheel and tire was left horizontal. She was hurt, but alive. My response was, "Thank you, Jesus."
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 16:13
Mandela left us. He lived with dignity. The world honored him for his sacrifice. The people benefitted for his loyalty, and God gave him the Presidency and long life for his reward. He taught us what leadership meant and took his people to places they have never been.
Tuesday, 17 December 2013 20:17
As we come again to that time of year when we celebrate the birth of Christ, I'm looking back at last year's column and find that some things need to be repeated and some things are new. Last year at this time, we as a nation were grieving the death of 20 children and 6 adults at a school shooting in Connecticut. This was followed in Pasadena by the shooting death of our friend Victor McClinton, on Christmas day 2012, by local gang members.
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