Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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African-American - News April 19, 2011

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Schools Step Into Touchy Territory With Civil War
Schools Step Into Touchy Territory With Civil War (Education Week)
You don't have to look far for examples of how the Civil War stirs public debate 150 years after it began.

Hispanic majority almost reality in US (Karachi News.Net)
The total Hispanic population has jumped 42 percent to 50.5 million over the past ten years in the United States.

Black leaders angry over email depiction of Obama (KTVB Boise)
The California NAACP is demanding an apology from an Orange County GOP official who sent out an e-mail picturing President Barack Obama's face on the body of a baby chimpanzee.

PBS series explores black culture in Latin America (KLFY-TV Lafayette)
A renowned scholar of African American studies is exploring the black experience in Latin America.

Samuel L. Jackson to play Martin Luther King (CBC)
Samuel L. Jackson, shown Feb. 13 in London, is to play Martin Luther King Jr. On Broadway.

Tuskegee Airmen recalled (The Free Lance-Star)
The famed Tuskegee Airmen, pioneering U.S. Army fliers, are coming to town Wednesday as part of a retrospective on their World War II service.

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