Archive for the ‘Ronald Shirley’ Category

Equal Response to all Slurs

Monday, April 18th, 2011

By Ronald Shirley

Ronald Shirley

If you are a Lakers fan you are aware of what happen at last Friday night’s game involving Kobe. Out of his determination to continue to excel at what he does so very well – he shouted out a couple of words that reverberated throughout the Gay… Continue reading

Gaining Perspective

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

By Ronald Shirley

Many of you have probably watched 60 Minutes at some point and time in your adult life and therefore may be aware of black reporters (okay one black reporter) Mr. Ed Bradley. I for one admired Mr. Bradley for upholding what I would call our male blackness on TV. Now one might be… Continue reading

What we Choose to Air

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

By Ronald Shirley

Why is it that we as black people without any caution will openly air our dirty laundry for the world to see. Now I know that this isn’t pervasive, but when it happens with high profile blacks one questions the motivation behind it. Concerning the Jalen versus Grant controversy- Grant Hill’s comments I… Continue reading