Can I Live?

Heart disease, cancer, asthma, and premature births are illnesses that residents of south Baltimore face. The neighborhood of Curtis Bay, located in South Baltimore,...

An Open Letter to Morgan State University President David Wilson

Dear Dr. David Wilson, Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to address my concerns about closing the doors of WEAA-FM as a “Source for...

GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

TriceEdney -- The only time I can remember TIME moving as slowly as it has during the past six months was when I was...

Cosby Legacy Further Tarnished by Post-Trial Actions

As Bill Cosby’s legal woes involving alleged sexual assault continues to play out in the court room and the public, his once squeaky-clean image...

My Experience with Holding D.C. Police Accountable

It is undisputed that Blacks are racially profiled and discriminated against consistently by law enforcement, due to implicit bias stemming from the horrendous history...

What Does the District Owe Returning Citizens?

The D.C. Council approved the city’s budget earlier this year. While many people were unhappy with the budget, one clear loser was the returning...

New Healthcare Bill – the Wrong Choice for African Americans

Baltimore, MD - In 1954, Thurgood Marshall and a team of NAACP attorneys argued the landmark civil rights case, Brown v. Board, before the...

OPEN SEASON

TriceEdney -- My regular readers know that I have friends in all walks-of-life, and some practice old-school lifestyle avocations.  I communicate with them as...

When Do President Trump’s Misrepresentations Become Too Much?

President Donald Trump has a bad habit of stretching the truth—too often, and mostly for his own glorification.  Indeed it appears to happen so...

Lives in the Balance Part II

Between now and July 4, thousands upon thousands of American lives will hang in the balance as Senate Republicans conspire in secrecy to gut...

How Young People Can Find Success in Baltimore

I join Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh in her recognition of the need to assist our youths –– our future leaders –– to excel...

The State of the VA Maryland Health Care System

This week, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. David J. Shulkin delivered the first “State of the VA” address to highlight the progress the Department...