Tag Archives: registration

  • The Journal of Steffanie Rivers: Early Voting is A Privilege, Not A Right

    Oct 27, 14 by riversteff 7 Comments

    *When an unarmed Michael Brown was shot multiple times and killed by Ferguson, MO police officer Darren Wilson last August, residents in that area said they were determined to make a change first by civil protests then by electing new leadership in November. Yet all the talk about showing up in full force to the […]

  • Maryland Car Thieves Protected by ‘Abandoned Car’ Law (Video)

    Jul 15, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *Who’s writing these laws that are supposed to protect us? We’ve seen the horrendous flaws of the “Stand Your Ground” law in the Trayvon Martin case. We’ve also seen children arrested because police call themselves following the law. What law condones this? Now citizens are being victimized by yet another law that allows folks to […]

  • Pastor Jamal Bryant and Others on a Mission to Register 1 Million Voters

    Apr 6, 12 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment

    *This Easter Sunday is going to be a different kind of resurrection Sunday. Pastors across the country are on a mission to revive the voter’s impact by registering 1 million voters during the holiday. Pastor Jamal Bryant and an alliance of African American clergyman are part of the Empowerment Movement, a voter registration campaign that […]

  • The Bridge: Registration

    Mar 9, 10 by EurPublisher 27 Comments

    *A young lady from Chicago gave a name to a peculiar event among women that few men have been aware of.  She calls it “The Conference.” The Conference may begin as something innocuous, like a circle of Sisterfriends, but if it turns, it can have detrimental results.  A group of women begin to share personal […]