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My Morning Brain Exercise Routine Begins at 6 AM with NewsOne Now

Posted:February 13, 2017 | Tags: Twitter, Roland Martin, NewsOne Now, TVOne, soundbites, Black media, Cathy Hughes, news

As a self-professed news junkie, my morning routine has long included reading the local daily newspaper and watching local and national TV news shows. With the onset of social media, this routine has expanded to checking my newsfeeds for updates from credible news sources, no #fakenews for me.


In recent months I have advanced my casual morning news intake by dedicating myself to a serious morning brain exercise process. Every weekday morning, my TV is tuned in to #NewsOneNow on...

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Arguing the Value of an All-Black Press

Posted:August 2, 2017 | Tags: Black Media, Newspapers, Journalism, Black Press, Freedom's Journal, Black Newspapers, Soldier's Without Swords

*Article originally published in the Summer 2017 issue of A Women's Thing magazine, edited by Rachel Hurn and Erin Wright*

In 1827, America viewed and treated Blacks as second class citizens. Advance the calendar to 2017. The status of African Americans has improved in some regards, but stark disparities remain and continue to worsen. The 2016 presidential election included a candidate whose campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again,” but truth be told, America has never been great for...

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