Tag Archive | Politics

Orlando Arts Magazine: Zora Neale Hurston 2015

It’s that time of the year again! The Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities is one of my favorite southern events and literary journalism endeavors. Since 2011, I’ve penned eight articles for the festival that were published in either the Florida Courier, Florida Times-Union, EBONY.Com, and I’m proud to add the inclusion of:Orlando Arts Magazine Jan/Feb 2015 […]

Part VI – “The Life & Death of Jimmy Jackson.”

  Was the decision to go ‘gunless’ in the ‘Gunshine State’ fatal? March 28, 2013 Filed under METRO Editor’s Note: This is the sixth in a series of stories framing the life of James Roland Jackson, III, known as “Jimmy” to his family. BY PENNY DICKERSON SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER As reported in this […]

Congresswoman Corrine Brown: Determined to Deliver

Link to article http://www.flcourier.com/metro/4628-determined-to-deliver

State Representative Reggie Fullwood: Focused on Community

Click link below to read full website copy http://flcourier.com/2012/07/12/fullwood-focused-on-community/ Thank you to State Representative Reggie Fullwood for offering his perspective, insights, and political experiences during two interviews: the first was February 2011 and final notes compiled in a July 2012 culminated in the following profile published July 12, 2012 in the Florida Courier. Rarely is […]

September 11, 2001: A ten year reflection

This is a re-posting of my 9/11 ten year anniversary blog. There are some things worth hoarding, and this commemorative 9/11 magazine is one that I’m glad I held onto. I tend to keep things, always thinking: “I’m going to need this one day.” I never gave thought that ten years following the most horrific […]

State Representative Mia Jones: “Destined to Serve.”

Link to Florida Courier Profile http://flcourier.com/2012/05/10/destined-to-serve/ It was a pleasure interviewing State Representative Mia Jones who proves to be as dedicated, efficient, and down-to-earn as my words depict. Politicians often get such a bad rap, but I can honestly say I’ve never heard a negative word spoken about Mia Jones, but then again, I try […]

Congratulations Judge-elect Suzanne Bass

Congratulations Judge-elect Suzanne Bass

As a matter of fact, YES ~ She Won! “Penny Pundit” graciously takes a necessary pause from her usual political jabs at public service representative’s pitfalls and piss-fights to unequivocally endorse and promote a woman of integrity, valor, good will, and judicial qualification: Suzanne Bass. With the utmost respect, I delve into this blog endeavor […]