politics

Charlotte's general election begins Tuesday.

A group of multi-racial, multi-generational and multi-faith leaders have united to create Faiths United to Save Democracy (FUSD).  According to its website, FUSD says their campaign “is focused on 10 states: Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin.  The organization will be hosting “What’s At Stake?” and “Know Your Rights” […]

  Primaries elections are notorious for low voter turnout, many voters waiting for November general elections. But for Mecklenburg county voters, these 2018 primaries are the real deal.   The Charlotte Observer says, “Some will effectively determine who will hold office and vote on policies, tax rates and budgets for up to four years.” Tomorrow’s election […]

The pain experienced by Black people in the wake of Barbara Bush’s tone-deaf commentary when it comes to race can also be tough to reconcile.

Many of you might remember two weeks ago, Stacey Dash entertained the idea of running for Congress. “Would love to know what my fans and friends think,” she tweeted out. After getting a number of responses (a lot of them negative), it seems like her supporters came out on top because now, Stacey has actually […]

President Donald Trump will hit the theme “building a safe, strong and proud America” for his first official State of the Union address.

Black women are tapping into their political power and standing up for voting rights with this year's Women's march with nationwide events from January 20 to 21.

Ron Holland sits down with two local pastors from Charlotte to talk about the how religion is effected in today’s generation and how politics also effects the church.   You can listen to Part II of this discussion this weekend during Ron Holland’s Community Voices on Praise 100.9 starting at 5am. RELATED: The Founder of NSpire […]

Some Trump supporters are complaining about the reported racial composition of the Mueller Russia probe grand jury.