Something to Think About: What do we want?
In thinking about what to write for this week’s column, the thought has occurred to me to ask a very simple question, “What do we want?”
While answers likely will not come from this article, I do hope I am able to stir some thought in your minds as you ponder the question. read story
It’s time for black scholars to get off the academic plantation
When I first thought about getting a PhD in Business, I found out about the PhD Project. This ground-breaking initiative had the simple goal of creating more black professors to sit in the front of the classroom. It was established by the KPMG Foundation, and from what I understand, might have been inresponse to a series of complaints about racism that the organization had received in the past. read story
Something to Think About: Always respect authority
A few weeks ago, our community was horrified to hear of the senseless murder of Rochester Police Department Officer, Daryl Pierson.
There have been many voices which have spoken about this killing, and, in this week’s column, I am going to add my voice to theirs. read story
Building Partnerships Between Police Officers and the Communities They Serve
What is community policing? In the wake of increased shootings in Ferguson and around the country, there has been a renewed public interest in the role of police, the extent of police brutality, and the prevalence of racial bias. read story
Straight No Chaser: Another Senseless Act of Violence
Regarding the recent shooting of Rochester Police Department Officer Daryl Pierson, a variety of thoughts have surfaced in my mind, many having been triggered not only by those who have expressed condolences to the family of the fallen RPD officer, but by some of the blatant ignorance that always seems to find its way to social media. read story
The Reverse-Decision: Who Said You Can’t Go Home Again?
Lebron James is back in Cleveland.
Who dared, hoped or dreamed this would happen?
Judging by the reaction of the sports media, or American media in general, as well as Northeast Ohio fans; you’d think the Beatles had all miraculously returned and announced they were moving there from Liverpool. read story