This week the Herald’s own A’Breya Young speaks on the history of the black church, and all of the years slave masters have manipulated the word of God to suppress African Americans. Continue reading The Black Church
This week Gabrielle London speaks on the recent storm that ripped apart the state of Texas. Continue reading The Texas Snowstorm: A Southern Nightmare
A look at the contrbituions of great African-Americans writers to the hisotry of the country’s literature and the enduring legacies of their works. Continue reading Black History Month: Art and Literature Spotlight
The great politicians and activists of the past who paved the way for the African-Americans prominent in politics today. Continue reading Black History Month: Politicians of the Past
An examination of African-Americans in prominent political offices. Continue reading African Americans in Politics
The Herald’s own Adrian Duah-Mensah takes on BHM week by talking about the rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Continue reading The Rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement
Democrats and Republicans have been around seemingly forever and always seem to be at odds. Just how did we get to this point? Continue reading History of the Democratic and Republican Parties
A’Breya Young dives into the facts and helps find answers on a current event question, does our media justify racism? A’Breya does a deep dive into the media and hears out all the perspectives of current racial injustices and events, in hopes of giving us some answers. Continue reading Does the Media Justify Racism?
The Herald’s own JoAnn Snavely speaks on the current state of our nation, and how political parties have divided America as we know it. Read to find out if political parties will be the ultimate downfall of our country. Continue reading Political Parties: America Divided
With the election just around the corner we need your voice now more than ever. The Herald’s Nicole Chedraoui shows us the topic of voting isn’t just for 18 year old’s, and if you haven’t registered to vote already, maybe this article can convince you to use and own your voice. Continue reading The Herald’s Guide to Voting: We Need Your Voice
Have we really come as far with LGBT acceptance as we thought?
Continue reading #HisNameIsAlex – Why We Still Have a Long Way to Go with LGBT Acceptance
Breya’s hometown, Albany, Georgia, has been hit hard by COVID-19. Here’s her reflection on the situation. Continue reading COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Albany, Georgia