Saturday, July 30, 2011

African-American - News

African-American - News July 30, 2011

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Three generations of Omega Psi Phis (The Washington Post)
Andrew Corley Jr. Was both proud and awed by the sight of legions of men, wearing the purple and gold colors of his fraternity, coursing through the halls of the Washington Convention Center on Friday.

NAACP Urges Minorities To Up Vote In 2012
NAACP Urges Minorities To Up Vote In 2012 (Booker Rising)
And vote for what? 16%+ black unemployment? The country's first black president bombing Africa? President Obama catering to every voter bloc except black voters? What exactly? Oh, I'll be voting, but not how the NAACP would like for me to vote.

African-American Women - Go Natural' Online (WBUR-AM Boston)
Maeling Tapp models her two years of natural hair. Hair is a loaded topic for many.

S.C. Governor Fights to Fly Confederate Flag at Capitol (Fox News)
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley isn't retreating from her decision to keep the Confederate flag atop the north end of the Statehouse in Columbia despite complaints from the NAACP, whose president this week said the ethnic minority governor is a "contradiction" for allowing the flag to fly.

Basu: Hot civil rights issue divides local NAACP
Basu: Hot civil rights issue divides local NAACP (DesMoinesRegister)
Former Iowa legislator Danny Carroll speaks during a rally against gay marriage as Chuck Hurley of the Iowa Family Policy Center, right, and the Rev.

The strange death of domestic policy (Daily Herald)
This week the fiscal crisis was momentarily interrupted for a public service announcement.

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