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Something to Think About: The Transgender Bathroom Issue

Op/Ed By Michael Vaughn   There has been an ongoing debate regarding whether or not those Americans that are transgendered should be...

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On The Campaign Trail: Politics and the People

Op/Ed By Wallace Mabry   We are all vested, whether that vested interest is emotional, psychological, or social, in one political camp...

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Straight No Chaser: Cheryl Dinolfo for President

Op/Ed By Gloria Winston   It is apparent to me that Cheryl Dinolfo is no joke, and has brought a clean broom with her as she has...

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The Fair Housing Act, 48 Years Later

Op/Ed By Marc Morial   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – “Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white–separate...

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Straight No Chaser: Doc Melody Cofield’s Ripple Hall Of Fame

Op/Ed By Gloria Wintson   “In 2013, Dr. Melody Cofield began an oral history research study to determine the positive outcomes...

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Something to Think About: The Election Is in Our Hands

Op/Ed By Michael Vaughn   Several years ago there was a presidential election I was not at all excited about, and had literally felt...

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Removal of the Pickaninny “Art” from the Dentzel Carousel: Keeping the Facts Straight

Op/Ed By Howard Eagle   An interesting, unsolicited, but welcomed op-ed appeared in the Minority Reporter recently, regarding the...

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Straight No Chaser: My Thoughts on the Removal of the “Pickaninny Art”

Op/Ed By Gloria Winston   First, I want to congratulate those who persevered, and have been victorious in securing the removal of the...

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Keeping It Real: What Propels Violence in the Community

Op/Ed By Wallace Mabry   Violence is an intriguing phenomenon. It is highlighted in every news reel and newscast for its audaciousness...

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Poverty in Rochester: Have We Left Parts of the Community Behind?

Op/Ed By George Payne   There are parts of Rochester that are so militantly segregated that the only white people to be seen are mail...