#45 HATES WOMEN

Washington, DC -- #45 hates women!  It probably was not necessary for me to say that, but if you didn’t already know it, we...

Trump’s Savagery Seems to Know No Bounds

This is what it has come to in Donald Trump’s America. Myeshia Johnson, the young, grieving Gold Star widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, killed...

Tech Inclusion — There’s No App for That

Three Trillion. Yes, $3 trillion is the value of the top five U.S tech companies. Zero. Yes zero, is the estimated median wealth of Black...

The National Opioid Epidemic Demands an Urgent Federal Response

Last week, President Trump suggested that he would finally declare the opioid epidemic a national emergency, a claim he has made before. Of course, this...

HE DOESN’T SPEAK FOR ME!

TriceEdney — Good or Bad, Like or Dislike, in all my years as a citizen of the United States, I have come to expect...

D.C. Charter Students Need Equal City Funding

In a disappointing decision, a U.S. District Judge recently ruled against the plaintiffs in a lawsuit brought on behalf of the District of Columbia’s...

On Dick Gregory’s Birthday, I Recalled His Encouragement to Write About ‘the Seen...

(TriceEdneyWire.com)--The celebration of the life of Dick Gregory on Saturday September 16th at the City of Praise church in Landover, Md. was over seven...

WE’RE AMERICANS, TOO!

TriceEdney — Throughout #45's campaign, he made great issue of "Making America Great Again" and "America(ns) First."  Those who voted for him obviously believed...

Building Resilience in the Face of Climate Change

Recently, I observed that we have made some progress in our response to disasters like the intense hurricanes of 2017.  I noted that coastal...

Generic Drugs Are Not Second Rate

The difference between a brand name drug and a generic drug is not the chemical composition or quality but whether a drug is under...

Honoring the Legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer

On Oct. 3, we honored the civil rights icon and voting rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer. Born on October 3, 1917, Hamer is fondly...

D.C. Native Fights to Save Universal Paid Leave

I often wonder what my mother’s final moments were like. She was a firecracker. She came from Boston, was a HUGE Patriots fan, and...