African-American - News May 1, 2011
The new president of the Steubenville branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said he happened to be in the Cleveland area on business when he tuned in to a local television public affairs program hosted by Cleveland Councilmen Eugene Miller and T.J. Dow.
Crowd salutes pioneering black women aviators (The SouthtownStar)
They're Heeeere! Mariah & Nick Have Boy and Girl (eurweb)
James E. Causey flips a 300-pound tire a dozen times. He has lost 15 pounds since Jan.
Black Unemployment Rate In Michigan Doubles That Of Whites (WDBZ-AM Cincinnati)
SR 46 may be named for Moores (Floridatoday)
NAACP job fair draws more than 3,000 people (Detroit Free Press)
It was popular, for a while, to talk about African-Americans born after the civil rights movement as "the hip-hop generation," which implied that the swath of people being discussed was tied together more by a shared culture than by a shared political purpose.