Jennifer Williams

Coronavirus and Urban America’s Healthcare Disparity

April 30, 2020 Jennifer Williams 0

As America and New Jersey have entered their second month of this Coronavirus pandemic and we passed the one-month mark of our statewide shut-down, many of our leaders’ eyes and ears are opening up to a truth that has been there all along. We have health and medical care disparities throughout much of urban America which most adversely affect African Americans and cut across demographics in that most obvious of […]

Fruitvalle Station

FRUITVALE STATION: A must-see for all Americans.

October 9, 2013 Jennifer Williams 0

If you say the name Oscar Grant to most people, they probably won’t know who you are talking about. Some might even think you are talking about the famous eyewear designer, Foster Grant. However, if you say the name Oscar Grant to many African Americans under the age of thirty (or any San Franciscans), you’ll have a pretty good chance of learning more than you ever wanted to know about […]

42: Thank God for Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey

“42” Shows Us The Greatness That Is Jackie Robinson & Branch Rickey

October 1, 2013 Jennifer Williams 0

Starting today, probably the biggest baseball story of the last century is being re-told in your local movie theater… via a little baseball film simply called 42.  What does a baseball movie have to do with Politisite, you might say?  A lot actually.  Jackie Robinson, the amazing wall-breaker of Major League Baseball is a man who many don’t know much about except for what he did at the ripe age […]