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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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According to the Neilson ratings, the 48Million African-Americans in America spend $1.3Trillion annually, establishing their buying power greater than the 9th largest country in the world. But is this true? Do African-Americans hold much... more

Last week Donald Trump, by the hairs on his chinny chin chin, escaped accountability for crimes, along with high crimes and misdemeanors. This administration has run amuck to the norms and values of this nation. The GOP... more

Have you ever thought about tomorrow, what it will bring, what you have to do, the plans you have for tomorrow? Have you ever planned out your tomorrow with the expectation of excitement and joy? Have you ever made the comment,... more

On October 17, 2019, former Congressman Elijah Cummings, celebrated 68yrs of life as he quietly transitioned on to glory sending shockwaves and chaos across congress and the City of Baltimore. Now with nearly 30 candidates seeking to... more

On this day, as we commemerate the establishment of the Martin Luther King holiday and recognize his contributions to this nation as a whole, while we try to grapple with the indecency of this White House punishing American workers... more

In many cases, African-Americans aren't living in a tax brackets to take advantage of the many tax policy changes that this administration has put into place with the 2017 $2Trillion Tax Cut and Tax Overhaul legislation that Mitch McConnell and... more

One of the most anxious areas for Black Men is in dealing with law enforcement. Historically, African-American men regardless of their social-economic status, and in some cases, their celebrity status, have always experienced harassment,... more

When we look back over 2019 and the impact on African-Americans, we can see that unarmed black people are still being killed by white police officers at a higher rate than any other race and in fact is the only race being killed. In... more

In 2017, Black Women rose to the occasion and made their voices heard like they had been doing for the past 10 years. Then in 2018, America watched as Black women again, made their presence felt as it turned the balance of power over... more

On Tuesday, the heart of segregation, racism, and the capital of the Confederacy broke the chains of the past and invited a renaissance if you will, of culture, resurgence, and change to the South's, birth of civil rights, and Alabama's... more
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