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The Battle of the Bulge Lives in American Racism

The Battle of the Bulge Lives in American Racism

  Written by Gregory Meriweather @ RadioBlackOn It seems quite strange to live in a world where the President of the United States is accused of asking why we would want people from Haiti and more Africans in the US, while suggesting that the US should get more...

O…The possibilities if Oprah runs in 2020

Written by Gregory Meriweather @RadioBlack The buzz around the Oprah Winfrey speech at the Golden Globe Awards has been the hottest thing since fish grease, and it just keeps getting hotter. When Madame Winfrey accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her outstanding...

Who can we trust when justice is necessary?

November 6, 2017 Written by Gregory Meriweather The Aaron Bailey killing took place 5 months ago, and the leadership of Indianapolis, are still trying to figure out how to resolve what seems obvious. Yesterday, Mayor Joe Hogsett took to the streets, and visited some...

Unsolved Homicides Leave Multiple Messages

By Gregory Meriweather March 18, 2016 gmeriweather@blackonblack.network According to the Violence Policy Center, Indiana ranked No. 1 in Black homicide victimization in 2013. Although I am concerned with the entire state, I must first cut the grass in my own yard. In...