Shirley Franklin, who served two terms as mayor of Atlanta, has joined the LBJ School of Public Affairs as the Barbara Jordan Visiting Professor in Ethics and Political Values. The LBJ School’s dean, Robert Hutchings, announced the appointment.
There’s a lot of talk about President Obama and his use of drones as well as him have a kill list which has asserts that he can kill American citizens that he deems to be working against America and somehow down with al-Qaeda.
The Senate easily passed its Violence Against Women Act reauthorization bill on Tuesday, officially punting the issue to the House, where Republican leaders still haven't signaled how they plan to proceed.
Hundreds of mourners and dignitaries including First Lady Michelle Obama packed the funeral Saturday for a Chicago honor student whose killing catapulted her into the nation's debate over gun violence.
The late Rosa Parks continues to make history. Her likeness will be depicted in a statue later this year at Capitol Hill's Statuary Hall, making her the first African-American woman to achieve the mark.
Sometimes making your business successful is all about having the right connections.
Creating Great African Americans
When I was a kid, my parents had a coffee table book, “Great Negroes: Past and Present.” Day after day, I would pass through the living room, (because there was no living in the living room) and didn’t really pay attention to the books that lived in the
In case you’re not aware, the NCAA is big, really big. This professional sports league that disguises itself as being amateur is rolling in money and profitability. Much of this excess is driven by the fact that their competitors, the NFL, NBA and Major