Written by Attorney Pam Keith
By Attorney Pam Keith
PICTURE THIS: January 2017, two days before the inauguration of President Hillary Clinton:
President Barack Obama comes out to a gathering of press and makes the following announcement:
Written by Attorney Natalie Jackson
By Attorney Natalie Jackson
The Black community face two kinds of criminal violence:
1) Government-Sanctioned Criminal Violence (illegal use of force by the police), and
2) Community Criminal Violence (when a community is preyed upon by individual members of that community).
Each of these types of violence must be addressed differently because the possible solutions to resolving them are different.
Written by Lawrence A. Robinson
by Lawrence A. Robinson
It is interesting to me, that Luis Calderon would gain the endorsement of famed Black Attorney, Benjamin Crump, then hide that endorsement from certain voters. Calderon is campaigning for Circuit Judge against Black Attorney, taleph Haynes Davis.
Written by Attorney Camara Williams
By Attorney Camara Williams, Esq.
I plan on heading into the bank this morning and asking about one of those small 14 million dollar loans Donald is talking about. Parents are tripping on this pocket change, acting like they ain't got it.
Also, I've come to the conclusion that "They" (DJ Khalid Voice)...don't want us to be great...because THEY ain't calling Sean Hannity. So what we gonna do? We gonna be great again.
Written by Debra Ellick
By Debra Ellick
Good morning Pastor. Your George Washington quote is so relevant this morning! If I may add to your insightful post, as you are keenly aware, each of us is shaped by our experiences in America. Unlike you, I view the America I was socialized within through a different prism. As you acknowledge, the GOP may be exactly who they've always been.
Written by Staff
September 15, 2016
Orange County Democratic Black Caucus and Community Steeple Media, LLc agree to create a communications network with a Black people focus.
The Orange County Democratic Black Caucus is THE Political Voice of and by the people in Central Florida. Wanting to make that statement more true, the OCDBC realized there is a need for a communications network that allows for the free flow of ideas by the community.