Tag Archives: Black Information Highway

Follow Up on a Second Term of No Vision

By Arelya J. Mitchell, Publisher The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway http://www.blackinformationhighway.com Well, I have just finished my Kool-Aid as I sat this one out.  The election turned out as I had been predicting that America will re-elect … Continue reading

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The Importance of Reading

By Jay Thomas Willis, Senior Columnist The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway             I was born in a rural area ofEast Texas. My parents were dirt farmers, but my father worked in an oil refinery on theGulfCoast, my … Continue reading

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Why Many Black Communities are Depressed

By Jay Thomas Willis, Senior Columnist The Mid-South Tribune ONLINE and the Black Information Highway We live in a depressed and stagnant economy, with a high rate of unemployment. Some say the economy is worse than it has been since … Continue reading

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“Forever Criminals”

By Sue Billings, Columnist The Mid-South Tribune and the Black Information Highway One would think that just because someone made a mistake in their immature stages of life would not constitute them being labeled a “forever criminal”.  This is a … Continue reading

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The History of Black History

By Vernon E. Ash     So that the contributions of African Americans would be properly represented and observed, the first observance of Negro History Week was spearheaded in 1926 by the “Father of  Black History,” Dr. Carter G. Woodson.             … Continue reading

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