Morgan State, Dr. David Wilson are HAPPY!
It is so exciting to see Dr. David Wilson’s enthusiasm for academic excellence. The President of Baltimore’s beloved Morgan State University is making everyone proud. Never before, one could argue, have we seen this level of educational advocacy anywhere in a long time.
He is a man who “gets it!” Surely, he understands the need to be the school’s biggest cheerleader.
This is to take nothing away from his predecessor, Dr. Earl Richardson. In his tenure, Dr. Richardson helped build a monumental campus. Along similar lines, Dr. Wilson has helped strengthen this institution by way of 21st century technology. Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: The Anthony Brown Dilemma
Honestly, I’m not too sure about this. Interestingly, there has yet to be any mention of the actual state of black public education in Maryland … particularly as his home county, Prince George’s, is 23rd in Maryland when it comes to public schools. Like Baltimore City, Prince George’s County is majority black.
So, the reader could ask: Doni, why are you being so hard on the black man? Why not give him a chance?
Well, I would give him a chance if I knew exactly what he stands for and exactly what his skin color is supposed to mean for black folks once he becomes governor. Read in Full >>
Washington D.C. Update: ANITA BONDS’ SUBCONTRACTORS TRANSPARENCY BILL HEARING SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY
WHO: Committee of the Whole, D.C. Council
WHERE: Room 500, John. A Wilson Building (1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW)
WHEN: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at 1:30 PM
This bill would provide greater transparency from major contractors by requiring them to identify the businesses they subcontract with, ensuring that the subcontractor business practices remain consistent to D.C. Code. The bill would also protect subcontractors by resolving issues that may occur, such as timely payments. Read in Full >>