About me


As a freelance journalist and writer, my work has been published in The City Sun, New York Amsterdam News, The Final Call, The African Sun Times, The Black Collegian, The Black Star News, The Source, The Black Issues in Black Review, The Quarterly Black Review, The Black World Today (TBWT.com) and The Black Collegian Online (IMDiversity.com). Here is a link to a page with published articles posted on the Internet. 

 

I contributed an essay published as Commentary to Chapter 1, prefacing the “Origins, Ancestors and Memory,” chapter in Sacred Fire: The QBR 100 Essential BlackBooks published in 2001.  I attended the historic 2001 World Conference Against Racism held in Durban, South Africa on assignment with The New York Amsterdam News, The Black World Today and The African Sun Times.  I also received third place honors from the New York Association of Black Journalists for an article written about New York City’s Administration Children Services’ harassment and removal of a child from his family.

 

The The Brooks Blackboard is a multimedia site with published content focused on race, politics and social issues.  As you know, we are living in a time with so much going on. We must remain focused and grounded in our understanding about what is going on through educating ourselves, politically.  Confusion and chaos compels clear analysis and news reporting to inform our awareness. The Brooks Blackboard looks to publish work that challenges the popular story lines and narratives around Black politics, race, and the working class while providing access to a political education based on analysis grounded in organizing, activism and Black radicalism.


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Charles Brooks, 
CEO, Brooks Publishing Group LLC
Publisher, Brooks Blackboard


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