Many people still don’t understand slavery and the case for reparations...

The Philadelphia Inquirer:  

My mind was racing as I walked out of a screening for the new movie Harriet.

I was looking at the faces around me and hoping the 11th graders I had invited from Charter High School for Architecture and Design had enjoyed seeing escaped slave Harriet Tubman (portrayed by Cynthia Erivo) run through the woods toward freedom as much as I did...

Kobe Bryant’s death exposed vulnerability not usually shown by black men | Jenice Armstrong

The Philadelphia Inquirer: 

The day after Kobe Bryant and eight others died in a helicopter crash in California, Justin Hirschbuhl didn’t show up for training at his workplace, Main Attraction Barber Shop in Overbrook...

Excerpt:

"Closer to home, political strategist Will Mega went to work wearing a suit and a pair of Bryant’s signature sneakers. The next day, Mega took a mental health day and went to Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books in Germantown."...

Annette John-Hall: Putting a bit of pizzazz in Civics 101

The Philadelphia Inquirer:

Class is in session outside the Famous 4th Street Deli in Queen Village. Will Mega (center) talks to the students while gubernatorial candidate Tom Knox awaits his turn.

Philly area Kappas join Kaepernick protest in NYC

The Philadelphia Tribune:

 

Will Mega does not want Colin Kaepernick’s original message watered down.

This is why the member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. joined the crowd of about 3,000 on Wednesday in a rally in front of the National Football League’s New York headquarters in a show of support for the quarterback, who is also a member of the mostly-Black fraternity...

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