All lives don’t matter until black lives matter. Columnist John W. Fountain III says he’s starting to sound like a voicemail recording because he’s advocated so long for justice and the responsibility of elected officials to remain accountable for our communities. When will things change?
Until the African-American community accepts the importance of addressing mental health issues, progress on all the other pressing problems won’t be achieved, writes columnist John W. Fountain III.
Commissioner Richard Boykin and Cook County Sheriff Dart organized the June 19th discussion.
The past continues to affect African-Americans today, writes columnist John W. Fountain III.
Columnist John Fountain III brings awareness to depression and suicide, which he said African-Americans often don’t discuss.
Columnist John Fountain III. reflects on some of his own decisions and the situations he’s witnessed counseling adolescents and adults.