Will Virginia Go Jet Blue November 5?
With a Democrat governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general, Virginia only needs to flip just two seats Tuesday, November 5 in each chamber of the General Assembly to make the former red, Confederate stronghold jet blue.
Blyden Explored African/African-American History and Personal Relations
In her 91 earthly years, Nemata Blyden ‘s mother, Amelia Elizabeth Kendrick Blyden, a descendent of enslaved Americans, has been a Negro, Colored, Afro-American, Black, and African-American. American society has labeled her as such all while being married to Sierra Leonean, Edward Wilmot Blyden III.
Guinea President Alpha Conde Visits Washington
The country is rich in other mineral resources, too, including iron, diamonds, gold, cobalt, copper, and uranium, but "we don't have the technological expertise that we need," said Guinea President Alpha Conde.
Fences, Until Sunday, October 27
The actual fence Troy was building throughout the performance is symbolic of the choices we make despite the curve balls life throws at us. It begs us to question can we maintain the positivity in our lives, while keeping the negativity out.
Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings lies in state in Washington, D.C. Thursday; we will fly the black, red, and green. "The Wiz" is being performed in Baltimore, and there are serious discussion meetings from Washington to Chattanooga.
The murder of Atatiana Jefferson by a White police officer while she was in her own home reignited our Facebook readers' memories of Amadou Diallo's murder. Meanwhile, the review of Mansa Kunda restaurant in Metro DC drew the most clicks amongst our magazine subscribers.