By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus For nearly three decades, Dr. Patrick Freeman has not only been one of the pre-eminent journalists in the United States, he’s been a leader of social change and an inspiration to many black media professionals like myself. Affectionately known as “The Mighty O’Ba”, the New Jersey native has covered college […]Read more "BASN Book Reviews: The Art Of The Interview – Book #1"
By Eric D. Graham, Staff Columnist NORTH CAROLINA — As the corporate media continues to dumb us down, educationally and politically, as a student of Baba Dick Gregory and Steve Cokley, I have learned how to maneuver through their twisted labyrinth of lies. Therefore, in discussing the legacy of Dr. King today, always remember the political […]Read more "Hidden History Fears The Future: A Man Named King"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus NEW HAVEN, Ct — Back in the eighties, author Dan Schlossberg released a unique baseball book entitled “The Baseball Catalog”. Filled with all sorts of trivia, tidbits, photos, and other information that any baseball junkie would go crazy over, “The Almanac” was one of my favorite books about […]Read more "Review: The New Baseball Bible"
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Stephen A. Tillett, Anne Arundel County NAACP Branch President, political activist, and interfaith clergy leader, has just released his first book, Stop Falling for the Okeydoke: How the Lie of “Race” Continues to Undermine Our Country [iUniverse; May 25, 2017; 978-1-5320-1-9; $15.99; paperback] for sale at http://www.iUniverse.com. As a new featured […]Read more "“Stop Falling for the Okeydoke”"