Irv Randolph is the editor and publisher of South Jersey Journal. You can follow him on Twitter @irvrandolph
This month we celebrate black American history and in March we will celebrate women’s history month at a time when the president of the United States is seen by many as the worst U.S. president in the last 50 years on civil rights.
New Jersey voters will go to the polls November 7 to elect the next governor, replacing two-term Republican Governor Chris Christie who will leave office in January.
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign slogan was “Making America Great Again,” but many of his words and actions are emboldening white supremacists and neo-Nazis who seek to make America hate again.
As we celebrate Independence Day on July 4th this is a good time to reflect on the state of our union.
This spring and summer millions of black American parents will watch with pride as their sons and daughters graduate from high school and college.
After two terms, Chris Christie will be stepping down. With polls numbers in the low 20s, it is highly unlikely Christie would get re-elected even if state law allowed him to run for a third term.
In their health care plan, budget proposals and policies, President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are sending a message about what kind of society they want.
March is National Women’s History Month. All over the country, women past and present will be celebrated for their contributions to America. T
Historian Carter G. Woodson’s goal to raise awareness of African American contributions to civilization was realized when he and the organization he founded, the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), conceived and announced Negro History Week in 1925.
As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office now is a good time to remember and appreciate the legacy left by President Barack Obama.