Ken J. Makin is a freelance writer and the host of the Makin’ A Difference podcast. Before and after commentating, he’s thinking about his wife and his sons.
In the wake of the mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York, it’s time to find the courage to speak the truth
Ketanji Brown Jackson becoming the first Black woman to be confirmed to the Supreme Court sparks hope we are entering a new era
The pain in Moss’ face told it all — the story of Black men in America
His focus on academic achievement led ‘Time’ magazine to recognize FAMU as its first College of the Year in 1997
With Webber’s election to the Basketball Hall of Fame, it was time to squash their beef
With his mother’s arrival from Ghana, Kobby Ayetey realizes another dream
‘Why Not Us’ docuseries reveals the pride, work ethic and character of HBCU basketball
Johnson, who died at the age of 102, spent 46 years at the college and won an NCAA title in 1975
Remembering the ‘dean’ of the civil rights movement, who died at 98
A.I. and Dwyane Wade’s viral hug teaches us about humanity
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