Let’s take a trip back to the proverbial “Good Old Days”! If you’d like to see the complete issue (PDF) Click here December 1977.
Amid all of the negativity bombarding us everyday: 45, molestation, racism, war, hate, etc., I thought about the children, for which you hear little discussion, and the future moral standards being set for them. So, as usual, while listening to … Read More
Opera and Classical music singers hardly receive coverage or recognition in our contemporary environment. As I exercised today at the gym while listening to my iTunes playlist, suddenly “The Holy City”, sung by living legend Jessye Norman began to play— … Read More
Because of all of the negative energy emanating from the airwaves, I’ve been desperate for some positive relief. It just so happened that as iTunes shuffled through my playlist and Moms Mabley’s “Everybody’s Crazy” began to play. I was transported … Read More
Routes-mag.com is looking for all and any writers who are proud, positive, provocative, inspirational and interested in writing about some aspect of Pan African culture in the areas of Art (paintings, sculpture, photography, galleries, museums, collections; Theater and Dance; Sports … Read More
Dred-Scott Keyes must be congratulated for his photo documentation of Slavery and post Slavery conditions of African-Americans and their mass migration out of the southern United States. Dred-Scott Keyes produces a radio program “The Cutting Edge” where Journalism, Politics, Culture and … Read More