African-American - News April 13, 2011
Just one week after a controversial election in Lake Wales involving John Paul Rogers, a former Klansman, and now there are allegations that some voters may have been intimidated into voting for him.
African-American Gaming Pioneer Gerald A. Lawson Dies (WTLC-AM Indianapolis)
Black Students 'Sold' at Mock Slave Auction (WJCW-AM Gray)
Black men encouraged to get prostate test (Edmonton Sun)
Sylvia Poitier, Deerfield City Commissioner, facing criminal charges (Examiner)
African American firefighters in Milwaukee fight to keep residency requirement (FOX6Now - WITI)
As Oxford attracts criticism for intake, its Ivy League counterpart reaps rewards of outreach work with ethnic minorities Harvard's outreach work actively pursues high-achieving students from ethnic minorities.
The Root: Blacks Should Care About The Civil War (National Public Radio)
The WilliesCHANGE, and Tears, at Last (American Reporter)
Lee County School District accused of racism (News Press)
A Confederate re-enactor readies an authentic cannon used during the Civil War at Fort Moultrie, April 9, 2011.
Reminding African-Americans Why the Civil War Was Fought (TheDailyBeast)