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Kelly Mikel Williams

Black Politics Today

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The political conscience for African Americans, exploring the social, economic and political impact that public policies have on the African American community. We let you know,"What's At Stake" for our community. "It's About Us!"

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Our panel discussion with Law Professor Sharon Kyle, editor of LA Progressive, Minneapolis Ward 4 City Councilmember Phillipe Cunningham, Dr. Wilmer Leon, III, host of "Inside the Issues w/Wilmer Leon" & NYPD Ret. Detective Marq... more

June 19, 1865, marked the day that African slaves received the notification that they had been freed by President Abraham Lincoln through the Emancipation Proclamation, which he had signed two years earlier. June 19th represented... more

It was May 31, 1921 when at the sound of a whistle, a white racist mob of citizens with the support of the police, converged upon a Tulsa neighborhood known as Greenwood. Greenwood as a small tight community of black folks who owned... more

Trevor Noah said it best; life is like dominos. One-piece knocks down another piece that knocks down yet another. And although you realize that in life, you often forget that very real ideal. We've all experienced it, one thing goes wrong,... more

The bible says, there is a season and time for everything, every purpose under heaven. A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break... more

Our panel discussion with Law Professor Sharon Kyle, editor of LA Progressive, Minneapolis Ward 4 City Councilmember Phillipe Cunningham, Dr. Wilmer Leon, III, host of "Inside the Issues w/Wilmer Leon" & NYPD Ret. Detective Marq... more

Life with COVID19 is deadly.

Since 1619, African-Americans brought here as African slaves have been fighting for rights, equal rights, equity and their names to be cleared off the books of the constitution as 3/5 of a person, and property to be owned. Upon the 1964 Civil... more

The senseless shooting of young Ahmaud Arbery

Across the country from New York's, Rikers Island to Ohio's Marion Correctional Institution, along with other correctional detention centers and prisons across the country, the COVID virus is highlighting the enormous impact this virus can have... more
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