As we approach February’s Black History Month, cynical politicians are attempting an erasure of the Black narrative in America history.
Michael Paul Williams
The shabby treatment of U.S. Army Lt. Caron Nazario – first by town of Windsor police and later by a federal jury in Richmond – typifies the a…
The time has come for America to stop turning to Martin Luther King Jr. to feel better about itself.
That two police agencies in Virginia hired a walking red flag like Austin Lee Edwards should give all civilians pause and have us demanding answers.
As 6-year-olds during the 1960s, Lori Hanky Haas and I sat in the same first-grade classroom at our Richmond parochial school. Gun violence in…
Six months after Enrichmond Foundation’s vote to dissolve, and the vanishing of tens of thousands of dollars it was holding for its 86 partner…
Football, for many of us, has been more than a national pastime. It was a rite of passage.
"To the extent we remove healthy trees from vulnerable communities, we are perpetrating environmental injustice," writes Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Michael Paul Williams.
Augustus “Auggie” Bryan was a Boy Scout in search of an Eagle project that would be of significant benefit to his community.
In the dispute between Metzger Bar and Butchery and The Family Foundation of Virginia, any regular reader of my column knows where my sympathies lie.