Category Archives: African Americans

Center for Military History Answers with Gobbledygook on Col. Charles Young Honorary Promotion

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway The U.S. Center for Military History (CMH) responded to our editorial entitled “Col. Charles Young Denied by the Center for Military History”* (July 26, 2013). But we’ll … Continue reading

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Col. Charles Young Denied by the Center for Military History

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway Long before one president could utter: “Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country?” Charles Young had … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin Verdict Was No Good!

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway I did not like the verdict. I do not respect the verdict. There, I said it. But I did expect the verdict.   After viewing about a good … Continue reading

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Victoria Rowell vs. CBS Daytime Drama and 40 Years of the Young & Restless

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway http://www.blackinformationhighway.com  Victoria Rowell was one of the most popular figures on America’s premier daytime drama, “The Young & the Restless” (Y&R), which is presently celebrating its 40th … Continue reading

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The History of Black History

Editor’s Note:  “The History of Black History” was originally published in The Mid-South Tribune and on Black Information Highway on March 9, 1996. The late Vernon E. Ash was a Senior Correspondent, columnist, and historian for The Mid-South Tribune and … Continue reading

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Susan Rice and Hillary Clinton in K.M.A. Performances – And, Oh Yes, John Kerry

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway To forego my Emily Post training and to be unashamedly politically incorrect, the one thing I can say about both Susan Rice’s and Hillary Clinton’s congressional hearings … Continue reading

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A Look into Sandy Hook and the N.R.A.

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway http://www.blackinformationhighway.com      As terrible as the events were at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, it showed that such events can happen anywhere. Even in a state … Continue reading

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