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Is the US Running Concentration Camps?

Is the US Running Concentration Camps?

By Yenny Delgado As the days continue to go by, hundreds of children remain in the custody of the US government.  These children have been forcibly separated from their parents at the border. It is painful to see these images and story, but to date, hundreds are still suffering from violence and sexual abuse by […]

Motherhood: Private or Public Decision In The United States?

Motherhood: Private or Public Decision In The United States?

On May 14, 2019, twenty-five white men in the Alabama State Senate voted in favor of The Alabama Human Life Protection Act, an anti-abortion bill, that was subsequently signed into law by Governor Kay Ivey (white women, 74 years old). This law makes abortion a crime at any stage of pregnancy, with exemptions allowed only if the […]

Trump’s smoke-screens may lead to fire

Trump’s smoke-screens may lead to fire

The art of distraction is a well-known trick not only for magicians but also used almost non-stop by politicians to divert the attention of the public.  Without a doubt, the current inhabitant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue should be known as the Distractor in Chief as he has waged a nonstop war on all our attention spans with […]

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story: Princeton Seminary and Slavery

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story: Princeton Seminary and Slavery

By Yenny Delgado I arrived at my friend house in Princeton, New Jersey a day before attending a conference organized by Princeton Theological Seminary in order to spend time catching up and to share experiences. His 4-year-old daughter Aura, welcomed me with an amazing hug as her face lit up with joy.  She had been told of […]

Why Churches Are Burning?

Why Churches Are Burning?

St. Mary Baptist Church. Greater Union Baptist Church.  Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. In these three churches, scores of children were baptized, couples married, and lives celebrated and mourned.  In these three churches, many of our nation’s Civil Rights activist, planned and struggled for greater freedom and equality for all citizens of the United States of […]

Mueller Report Further Reveals a Crisis in Whiteness

Mueller Report Further Reveals a Crisis in Whiteness

By Yenny Delgado The Mueller Report is clear that President Trump has worked to obstruct justice on ten distinct instances in order to cover up potential interactions with Russia since before the election and through the ensuing investigation.  Despite the fact that the Former White House Counsel Don McGahn prevented the most heinous actions by not […]

April 15th – Dreaded Tax Day

April 15th – Dreaded Tax Day

It’s the most horrible time of the year… The pollen is rising, and for those who suffer allergies it is hard, but for everyone the federal tax collectors are again knocking at our doors.   Right now, from Alabama to Wyoming millions of US residents and citizens are going through their shoe boxes, searching for 990-INT […]

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Prophetic Voice Rings Clear Still Today

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Prophetic Voice Rings Clear Still Today

Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was assassinated 50 years ago this week.  When we think back about his legacy we are often reminded of the holiday in January as well as the I have a Dream speech delivered on the March on Washington in August 1963. However, the fullness of his prophetic voice goes beyond this one […]

OPINION – Representatives are public workers and should respect all of their constituents

By Yenny Delgado We the people in order to maintain our Union – are sick and tired of seeing those elected to represent us, working for primarily for their own personal interest.  Being elected from Civic Dog Catcher all the way to a Congressional Representative should be positions that are held with loyalty not only to the Constitution but […]

Eat, Drink, and be Cherry at the Pink Tie Party

Eat, Drink, and be Cherry at the Pink Tie Party

It’s all happening at the Pink Tie Party, where you can celebrate the blossoms in style and experience an evening filled with delicious bites and cocktails from local restaurants, a silent auction, engaging experiences, music and dancing. Enjoy delicious fare from the Ronald Reagan Building’s Executive Chef Xavier Deshayes with special guest chef Kaz Okochi, […]

A Call to Action to Limit the Re-election of Officials in the District of Columbia

A Call to Action to Limit the Re-election of Officials in the District of Columbia

Washington (MLN) – Former District of Columbia Democratic hopeful James Butler called on voters to support an initiative to limit the now unlimited re-election of officials in the capital city. “If the voters want the District of Columbia to approve this initiative, our job will be to ensure that the City Council abides by the […]

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