Monday, May 9, 2011

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African-American - News May 9, 2011

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Communities Asked To Honor Black Soldiers Who Served In The Revolution (Hartford Courant)
A years-long effort to win recognition for the thousands of black soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War is coming to Connecticut.

Bama Nation: 'Let go, let God!'
Bama Nation: 'Let go, let God!' (CNN)
The Rev. Kelvin Croom walks down the hall toward the sanctuary his father built 30 years ago with the help of legendary Alabama football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant.

New PC hoops coach speaks at NAACP Providencea s annual brunch (Providence Journal)
Edward Cooley, the new men's basketball coach for Providence College, addressed about 200 guests gathered at the NAACP Providence's annual brunch Saturday with lessons from his experience two decades ago as an African-American at a Catholic college outside of Boston.

Even a Little Exercise May Protect Against Colon Polyps (IVillage)
Even a little exercise may ward off polyps in the colon, which are sometimes precursors to cancer.

Tracing family history can be difficult for African Americans (Times Gian)
One student learned she didn't have to be Sherlock Holmes to solve the mystery of her family tree.

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