Make no mistake, this is not a holiday just for African-Americans. It is an American celebration.
By Rann Miller, AC JosepH Media Guest Post While parents in Camden, New Jersey wrestle with the weight of their child attending a charter school versus attending a traditional district public school, Kevin Kargman, says […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media When I first read about how Jefferson County officials in Georgia ordering African-American senior citizens off a bus that was scheduled to take them to the polls and vote, […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES For all the Democrats and liberals out there, you have to do me one big favor – stop calling Trump supporters names. It really is getting out of hand and regardless of […]
This column also appears on JCOnline on June 22, 2015 By Clyde Hughes Esquire was hardly my go-to publication when I wanted to read opinions about the horrific event that happened in Charleston, South Carolina, […]
This column also appeared in the Lafayette Journal & Courier. By Clyde Hughes To think, when this all started, I wanted to give Rachel Dolezal the benefit of the doubt. Being African-American, it can be […]
Note: This column also appears as an op-ed in the Lafayette Journal & Courier. By Clyde Hughes On Sunday, a shootout between rival biker gangs in Waco, Texas, at a Twin Peaks restaurant left at […]