Is this America? Kharon Davis, Held for Ten Years in a Jail Cell...

Trice Edney Communications-- "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of...

Our Continuing Fight for Hope and Opportunity

Captivated, depressed and alarmed by the almost daily outrages of President Trump and his Administration, Americans could be tempted to forget that Congress –...

Build Statues to Real Equality

Statues are symbols that recognize great people and deeds throughout our nation’s history. Many of the Confederate statues interspersed throughout our country were erected...

Still Striving for the Promised Land

Fifty-four years ago on Aug. 28, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to proclaim his dream –...

Is the Foreclosure Crisis Really Over?

No. While there are fewer foreclosures than there were some years ago, we are far from out of the woods. In fact, Maryland is one...

The Confederate Problem

When our nation is defined by images of White supremacists, we have a serious problem How do we want to define our country? That is...

Sensory Gardening Stimulating Seniors

Last year my company was contracted to install an indoor edible herb garden at a senior living facility in Frederick, Md. Nearby, setting on a...

This Is Why I Partnered with Airbnb to Engage Communities of Color

The history of housing in America is a history of discrimination. Even as people of color have made strides in countless other areas of...

Moving Beyond Monuments

(Updated 8/29/2017) Residents across Baltimore —and throughout our state — awoke to the news that the city’s confederate monuments had been taken down overnight....

Still Striving for the Promised Land

Fifty-four years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to proclaim his dream – of a...

Embrace Racial Healing to Change Hearts and Minds

TriceEdneyWire.com - Prior to the displays of hatred and the tragic loss of Heather Heyer, a young woman who seemingly embraced the virtues of...

MAKING RACISM BAD FOR BUSINESS

TriceEdney -- In 2015, CNN reported that 49% of Americans thought that racism was a big problem in the United States.  Not surprisingly, people...