Sunday, June 5, 2011

African-American - News

African-American - News June 5, 2011

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Ray Bryant Goes Home
Ray Bryant Goes Home (NewBlackMan)
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MB restaurant combats charges of discrimination (WMBF News)
MYRTLE BEACH, SC A restaurant in Myrtle Beach is gearing up to fight back against charges by the NAACP that it discriminated against black bikers during Black Bike Week last year.

NAACP Enters Heated Battle Over Charter Schools (NY1)
The controversy over charter schools continues to divide communities, but now the nation's best-known civil rights organization has taken a side and many people aren't happy.

African-American Maternity Deaths Rising, Researchers Find
African-American Maternity Deaths Rising, Researchers Find (The Afro American Newspaper)
African American women in New York City are eight times more likely than White or Hispanic women to die from pregnancy-related causes, while in California Black women are four times more likely to experience maternal death, a recent study concluded.

Village of Promise to focus on 'eradicating poverty' in Huntsville one neighborhood at a time (AL)
Bobby Bradley grew up in a segregated South. She attended an all black private school, St.

Former Caviel's Pharmacy destined to become African-American museum (Lubbock Avalanche)
Billie and Alfred Caviel have made an impact in the Lubbock business community for almost 50 years, and they have even bigger hopes now for their building at 1719 Ave.

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