…Inside The Black Man's World


Trayvon Martin

What Do Black Men Want? Justice for Trayvon

Stories of the untimely deaths of young black men have become so commonplace in America, at some level I'd become desensitized to it, or so I thought.
by sgaither


Obama in 2012: Not Because He Is Black

It’s easy to discount the remaining candidates on the Republican side. Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul are beating up on each other for the right to take on a weakened incumbent.
by dbanner


Black History Month

Black History: Touching The Next Generation

I've been thinking a lot about the people who came before us. Men who suffered through some of the most inhumane treatment in recorded history, yet fought fiercely to preserve their families.
by sgaither


Troy Davis is Laid to Rest

Davis was buried on October 2, 2011 in his home-town of Savannah Georgia. His funeral was attended by over 1,000 people who were supporters and pledged to keep fighting to prove his innocence.
by ivyprosper